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  • Assembler programmer since dawn of time.
  • Perl enthusiast (intermediate).
  • C/C++
  • Objective-C 2, Cocoa, iOS (beginner).
  • Java (late beginner).
  • Unix freak.

Working as Systems Analyst for direct marketing cooperative database.


Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
12
accepted SysPref > Keyboard > Text auto-spell-correct is OFF but persists in Numbers
Jul
11
asked SysPref > Keyboard > Text auto-spell-correct is OFF but persists in Numbers
Jul
5
comment How do you install and use a Linux partition on Mavericks?
I have a 2009 mac mini with 2gb RAM. Supposedly the RAM isn't upgradeable. With 2gb, there's simply not enough room for both OSX and a VBox VM.
Jul
4
awarded  Critic
Jul
4
revised OSX Numbers 3.2 inserting date / time
Added UPDATE 1
Jul
4
comment OSX Numbers 3.2 inserting date / time
I agree with @GeorgeGarside, but it's even worse: I put =NOW into three different cells (in three different columns). Several minutes later I changed the format in ONE of the cells, and ... all three times updated.
Jul
4
asked OSX Numbers 3.2 inserting date / time
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Mar
10
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
27
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
30
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
20
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
31
asked OSX 9 Mavericks - Homebrew - g++ 4.8 - link fails: Undefined symbol “__istype(int, unsigned long)”
Dec
17
comment Seeking improved fixed-width font rendering in Kindle for Mac reader
It's entirely better, and it looks like the entire book can be downloaded in HTML for offline reading too. Remains to be seen if that solution works on iOS devices, too... Many thanks!
Dec
17
asked Seeking improved fixed-width font rendering in Kindle for Mac reader
Dec
11
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
7
comment Mavericks - strange behavior creating simlink in root directory
Yikes. Thanks. Hope I haven't broken anything.
Dec
7
asked Mavericks - strange behavior creating simlink in root directory
Dec
5
comment Device configuration for a Canon LIDE 30
Never mind. Got VueScan instead. $40, but it worked right out of the gate :-/