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Mar
10
comment Is there anyway to mount a webpage?
Ok, httpfs is not suitable for your task, it will not mount a http directory structure, it will only mount fs style images like ISOs, DMGs etc. What you need really is a script to grab the URLs you want.
Feb
13
comment How to enter in the apple symbol not in a web browser?
Please note that not all keyboard layouts have the  symbol. For example, Thai layout does not.
Jan
31
comment Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
The Unarchiver team also provide a command line utility urar that uses the same compression library, so you can extract all those obscure formats from a script.
Jan
31
comment Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
@fardjad - +1 for using the Terminal / Automator.
Jan
31
comment Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
Sorry, "can't say any good things" about OmniGraffle.
Jan
31
comment Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
iTerm 2 kicks it's ass (not from the same developer)
Jan
31
comment Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
@Studer - iTerm2 is about the most excellent Terminal I've ever used. (except perhaps GLTerminal ;) )
Jan
31
comment Which OS X Applications do you find indispensable?
@Doug - I agree, Cocoa Emacs is a much better way to go. Even if you're a Emacs noob, you shouldn't really get a non-emacs Emacs, it defeats the purpose of learning a cross platform editor.
Jan
29
comment OS X Terminal equivalent of Ctrl+Left / Ctrl+Right
Esc is never a modifier, it's just going into "Escape" mode when you press it, consider it a modal way of doing things, unlike shift/ctrl/meta etc. (in the Readline scheme of things anyway.)
Jan
29
comment Alternatives to command line unzip?
+1 for suggesting unar without using it's name. ;)
Jan
29
comment Is there any multiple terminal emulator for Mac OS?
+1 Yes, thanks for this one, a great find.
Jan
29
comment Got any tips or tricks for Terminal in Mac OS X?
you don't need xargs for these, mate will accept STDIN.
Jan
29
comment Got any tips or tricks for Terminal in Mac OS X?
just alias rm to rm -i : alias rm='rm -i'
Jan
29
comment Got any tips or tricks for Terminal in Mac OS X?
FYI - iTerm2 has an instant replay function, very useful for making screencasts.
Jan
29
comment Got any tips or tricks for Terminal in Mac OS X?
Well, if it respected line-breaks it might even be useful ;) -- Try cupsfilter instead to convert to PDF, it also skips the unnecessary PS-PDF conversion.
Jan
29
comment Got any tips or tricks for Terminal in Mac OS X?
if you tire of long pathnames like this, try locate airport - you could run it with $(locate airport | grep 'Priv')
Jan
29
comment Got any tips or tricks for Terminal in Mac OS X?
Imgur is a much better choice than DropBox. Try this script. figbug.com/?page_id=29
Jan
29
comment Got any tips or tricks for Terminal in Mac OS X?
I'd recommend zsh + .oh-my-zsh (find it on github) has great git completion (and for many other commands too.) - Also has a bunch of prompt themes specifically tailored to show git status in a git folder.
Jan
29
comment Got any tips or tricks for Terminal in Mac OS X?
!-3 - get's the 3rd item back from now ... !-3:1 get's the first argument from the 3rd item back.
Jan
29
comment Got any tips or tricks for Terminal in Mac OS X?
+1 - Didn't know about automator good to know ... I suppose ;) - (Generally I use it to run scripts from Finder, so I'm not sure if I'd ever use it the other way around.)