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This is Normal in the way Safari now operates. Each process is part of Safari sandboxing. If you go to the View menu in Activity Monitor and down to the 'All Processes Hierarchically' You will see that they all gathered and are owned by Safari. Also this is a known feature: apple.com/safari Sandboxing for websites. Sandboxing provides ...


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(1) Ready Alfred to accept a terminal command. Per this support document, the standard method is to type > and then the terminal command. Similarly, in LaunchBar the action is built into the basic index, too, and one can initiate it with term or similar. (2) Type texdoc PackageName where PackageName is the LaTeX package you're looking for the ...


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OS X treats folders that start with a "." as hidden, and Spotlight doesn't search them. You could use find in the Terminal.app to find files. In your situation: find ~/ -iname mysql2.rb I've never searched for after-market apps because I can find anything I want using the command line. HTH,


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This is possible with Flashlight (http://flashlight.nateparrott.com/). Flashlight is an unofficial api to spotlight and offers a plugin (http://flashlight.nateparrott.com/plugin/terminal) to run terminal commands right inside spotlight.


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If you're a Powerpack user, I'd suggest creating a file filter. Follow the steps in the tutorial below, but drag in a LaTeX file instead to tell your filter which file types to include. You can include as many file types as you need. http://blog.alfredapp.com/2014/04/24/tutorial-creating-an-alfred-workflow-without-a-single-line-of-code/ If you're not a ...


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First: do you have a good backup? If not, make one before doing anything else. If you have one, make sure it's up to date (but don't delete the old backup history -- it's possible you'll run into other disk errors, and you don't want to overwrite your last good backup with a corrupted one). Multiple independent backups are also a good idea. Testing your ...


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A Smart Folder is probably the easiest way to find all your old Keynote files. To create one: Open a Finder Window Click "File" > "New Smart Folder" In the search box, type "key" and then select "Keynote Document" from the dropdown If you like, you can add a last modified filer by clicking the "+" sign under the search box. If you want to save the Smart ...



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