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Zoom function can now be performed much easier — by double-clicking window title. You don't need to precisely aim at the small green button anymore, which I believe is the reason it has been converted into full screen button by default.


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In order to maximize the window so that it fills the visible window content, use: Alt + Click on green icon In order to maximize the window both in width and height to the current desktop, use: Alt + Shift + Click on green icon You notice the change of behaviour of the button in the way it changes its content from two the arrows to a plus sign.


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I would set Windows to be the default boot until the update is finished, to prevent it being interrupted by unexpectedly booting to Mac. I don't think it would hurt anything if it did, as the Windows install would simply wait until next time it was booted. I would definitely update Bootcamp before Windows, in case there is something about the existing ...


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I'll post this as an answer, even though it didn't fix my problem – this was a lost case in the end. Aftermath: I dd'ed a backup of the Windows partition to my OS X partition: sudo dd bs=512 if=/dev/disk0 of=windows_backup skip=732993496 count=173955112 Now I had a 80 gig hex dump which I could examine safely. I used a hex editor to search for all kinds ...


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Hold option and left click the green button to have it maximize but not go to full screen.


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Looks like that feature has been taken off. While not exactly the answer, CMD-I shows information about the selected song or disk. A workaround could be sort by Artist or Genre


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You can use Bookcision or a more feature filled iOS app Snippefy. Hope this helps.


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Nice tool is DuplicateFilesDeleter.


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You can do this by editing the metadata in iTunes itself. Select a video, hit ctrl+I then edit the data.


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Open iTunes. Choose Edit > Preferences. Click the Advanced tab in the Preferences window. Select the "Keep iTunes Media folder organized" checkbox. Open iTunes. From the Edit menu, choose Preferences. Click the Advanced tab in the Preferences window. Click the Change button in the iTunes Media folder location pane. In the Change Media Folder Location window ...


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OpenGL 2.1 is Apple's legacy context. You need to request a core context for the system you intend to use, though, as you've discovered, XQuartz will only do legacy. If you install Windows via Bootcamp & install the latest NVidia drivers for Windows, you will see the highest context your card can support, possibly 3.3 but may even be 4.2 [I don't have ...


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Through experimentation, I found that disconnecting the Apple extended keyboard from an unpowered USB bus and reconnecting it directly to a USB port on the back of my Apple Cinema Display fixed this problem. Apparently the firmware that's necessary to choose which partition to boot from won't act on holding down the Option key otherwise.


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Your MacBook Pro has GPU support for OpenGL 3.3 when running Mavericks. That is according to this Apple article: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5942?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US Installing Windows graphics drivers in OS X is not supported. Attempting to do so may render OS X unusable and is ill-advised.


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The rules of what is a valid windows filename is extremely complex, see here. It depends on the file system and for instance also on where the Dropbox folder is mounted in Windows (since the complete path name in windows is not allowed to exceed a certain number of characters). And since OSX doesn't know where you will mount Dropbox under windows, it can't ...


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You can't. Apple has implemented a Compatibility Support Module (CSM) into the Mac firmware that emulates the PC BIOS specification. Since the Mac firmware is not 100% UEFI compliant, that CSM is the only way Windows can boot on a Mac. Unfortunately, the ACPI tables in that CSM are just the bare minimum necessary to allow Windows to boot and nothing more. ...


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I figured it out... Since my PC was the first one to enable and upload songs to iTunes Match I had to organize them on my PC myself. Even though I had made changes in the cloud on my Macbook, those changes weren't transferring down to my PC. Hopefully this helps someone else.


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I think if you organize in iCloud this will organize in iCloud in your PC. This is normal to do, but for you want that this organize the local files in the pc you need to go to the preferences and enable the option to keep your directory organized! :)



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