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Sep
12
revised Where do I find the logs for OS X authentication attempts?
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Sep
12
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Sep
12
comment Where do I find the logs for OS X authentication attempts?
note: The log does record the username attempted.
Sep
9
comment Emacs Ctrl-x ctrl-s command not working in Terminal.app
@Bret Moore, sorry I can't be more helpful.
Sep
9
comment Make Wine app the default opener
Good question, oh by the way, I hate to say it but ..... This is madness!!!!!!!!!!!
Sep
9
comment Emacs Ctrl-x ctrl-s command not working in Terminal.app
@Bret Moore, it's certainly a bit unusual, by new account, I assume you mean a new account on the Mac? ... anyway, C-s shortcut is definitely overridden by something above the scope of the Terminal.app, so changing the Terminal settings / plists, won't have any affect on it. Presumably you've checked global keyboard settings as suggested by Sylvain Defresne, the only other thing I could suggest is to make sure you don't have a third party app installed which is capturing the C-s shortcut, QuickSilver for example.
Sep
9
comment Using screencapture when remotely logged in to a headless mac via ssh
I'll give it a go. BTW, one thing I already tried, which I should record here: using osascript to send the Cmd-Shift-3 screen capture shortcut, it didn't work.
Sep
8
comment Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
I better throw cocoa Emacs.app in here for good measure, this or MacVim are where you go when you are finished with toy editors. (Emacs.app is my preference, however I have it heavily customized from the default, and looks a lot like my ideal version of TextMate now.)
Sep
8
revised Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
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Sep
8
comment Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
Lion's new Mail.app now beats the pants off Thunderbird, IMO.
Sep
7
comment Emacs Ctrl-x ctrl-s command not working in Terminal.app
If you do -M-x describe-key and do C-s (ie. I-search) does it work? It certainly sounds like something is bound to C-s at a higher level than the Terminal.app.
Sep
7
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revised Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
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Sep
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Sep
7
revised How can I quickly navigate through man pages in the Terminal
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Sep
7
comment Emacs Ctrl-x ctrl-s command not working in Terminal.app
@Bret Moore - what are the differences between the two Macs and their Terminal configs? As a side note, have you tried using iTerm2.app instead (it's a general improvement over Terminal.app and worth using anyway.)
Sep
7
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