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It's not the default behavior for tab–I read because someone at Apple felt tabbing "wasn't magical enough"–but in the Keyboard preferences, click the Shortcuts tab. Then select All controls to make the Tab key behave the way you want. Or just press control+F7 to toggle this. If you are at the following dialog, just hit d...no key-combo necessary.
Cmd ⌘ D is the Mac standard key command for "Don't Save" Ctrl Tab will switch between the options, which can then be actioned by hitting Spacebar , only if you have All Controls set in System Prefs > Keyboard > Shortcuts Incidentally, this still works on Yosemite, but the button highlighting appears to be broken in 10.10.0
The standard shortcut for "Don't Save" in the dialog you mention is command ⌘+Delete. The old shortcut, command ⌘+D, can be restored by issuing the following command in Terminal: defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSSavePanelStandardDesktopShortcutOnly -bool YES and to revert back, defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSSavePanelStandardDesktopShortcutOnly -bool NO ...
The resources are stored at /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemAppearance.bundle/Contents/Resources Note there is currently no known way to extract the art from the .car files, as far as I can tell.
This is specific to Firefox and how plugins are able to interact with its windows.
You can create your own user .css file to modify the default fonts when using Safari on Yosemite
Try doing this: Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced panel -> General tab -> Remove Checkmark from "Use Hardware Acceleration when available" Click Ok Restart FireFox
There are some applications that allow you to change the theme in OS X. However they might need a little time to be updated for the new UI in Yosemite. For example Flavours which is being updated but isn't quite ready yet.
The rainbow spinning pinwheel is usually controlled by the OS. The blue pinwheel is shown by an app to indicate loading. The spinning wait cursor (shown below) is also standard, but it is displayed automatically by the window server when an app can't handle all of the events it receives. In general, if an app does not respond for about 2 to 4 ...
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