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The functionality of Spaces and Exposé have been combined into Mission Control (Default shortcut is three finger swipe down, and icon ). Mission Control changed the idea of spaces from a set number of desktops, to a horizontal line of desktops that can be created and deleted, and full screen apps. As of OSX 10.11, Mission control shows you the expose view of ...
You are looking for mission control by gestures ? Settings -> Trackpad ->
Since Apple discourages the use of resource forks in new Mac OS X applications and prefers the application bundles instead, I doubt you will find that much "classical" resource forks anymore. If you still need a similar app try Rezilla instead. It works natively at least in 10.7-10.9.
The trick appears to be: Disconnect the power cord Wait for 10 seconds until the front lights go out. Insert the power cord. Wait five seconds and then press the off button. It must be between 5-7 seconds that you must press the off button. Resetting SMC on Mac/Xserve
I use Ctrl+1 and Ctrl+2, instead of Ctrl-arrows to move to previous and next space, it saves me from letting go of the mouse. In Terminal: open ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.symbolichotkeys.plist (Xcode should pop up) Update keys 118 and 119, which represent the Ctrl+1 and Ctrl+2 keystrokes respectively, switching enabled to YES for both. Then run ...
Step Zero: consider your backup and if you want to do a two-step upgrade per http://apple.blogoverflow.com/2015/09/back-up-then-step-up-to-el-capitan/ Step One: Download the 10.6.8 combo updater at https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1399 Step Two: Use the App Store to install OS X and be aware you might need to jump 10.7 to 10.8 to 10.9 to ....
For production uses, AWS is pretty great. They have a lot of very reasonable tools for network security (VPCs and security groups) and really easy high availability (auto scaling, ELB etc.) They also have free classes for startups (two days of training will put you ahead of most of the competition) Email and calendar are probably easiest handled with Google ...
(From OS X Daily) You'll need an 8 GB or larger USB Drive. Remember, it will be erased, so backup any important files. Use the following command in Terminal (assuming the Install OS X El Capitan app is in /Applications, which where the App Store installs it by default) Also make note of the USB Volume Label and use its name in the command below in place ...
You need to press and hold the key(s) immediately after you turn on your Mac and hear the startup sound. Keep holding until the described behavior occurs. To Start up from a bootable CD, DVD, or USB thumb drive (such as OS X install media), press and hold the C key. Or try using the Startup Manager to see if the DVD is available as a boot device, press and ...
just move the cursor to the top border of the screen
The Apple Store online sells the Snow Leopard Install DVD for approx. $20. Link provided- http://www.apple.com/shop/product/MC573Z/A/mac-os-x-106-snow-leopard or you may need to purchase a replacement DVD that came with your computer. I would call them first.
Have you tried using the cross-platform application called "unetbootin"? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I've been using this method for the past year and a half, and it works quite well. Although, it's a little tedious and involves the CLI/Terminal. You'll have to install the MBR bin files manually with either SysLinux or the ones that are included within the ...
Both Macs support 10.6.6 (the MacBook Pro probably was delivered with a Snow Leopard 10.6.6 DVD) as well as any later system up to at least 10.10 and both contain a DVD-drive. The MacBook Pro's optical drive seems to be damaged or malfunctioning. Without manipulating the innards of Mavericks you usually can't install an older system over a newer system even ...
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