13,598 reputation
950109
bio website kylecronin.me
location Boston Area
age 26
visits member for 3 years, 8 months
seen 16 hours ago

moderator on Ask Different, host of the Ask Different Podcast

contact me at kyle.cronin@gmail.com, or at @kylecronin on Twitter


Apr
2
revised Is there an app to quickly download and install a list of non-App Store apps?
added 191 characters in body
Apr
2
revised Maximum memory for 2011 iMac
added 206 characters in body
Apr
2
answered Maximum memory for 2011 iMac
Apr
2
asked Is there an app to quickly download and install a list of non-App Store apps?
Apr
2
revised What does each cellular connectivity indicator mean?
added 289 characters in body
Apr
2
answered What does each cellular connectivity indicator mean?
Apr
2
revised Eyefinity PCI Express card with Apple Thunderbolt Display
added 180 characters in body
Apr
2
comment Music disappears from iPod Classic after disconnecting from computer
@caesarsgrunt I'm pretty sure any store will do. If you bought directly from Apple you don't even need a receipt - they can just look up the date of purchase on their system.
Apr
2
revised Music disappears from iPod Classic after disconnecting from computer
added 318 characters in body
Apr
2
answered Music disappears from iPod Classic after disconnecting from computer
Apr
2
revised How can I replace the 'Linen' that is prevalent in many Lion apps?
added 263 characters in body
Apr
2
revised How can I programatically fill a flash drive with my latest photos from iPhoto?
added 347 characters in body
Apr
2
revised Export iTunes music library information (album, artist, track names) to CSV or spreadsheet format?
added 364 characters in body
Apr
2
comment cmd + [num] doesn't change screen to go to app in fullscreen mode
@R.M You're right, I had conflated spaces and full screen apps.
Apr
2
comment cmd + [num] doesn't change screen to go to app in fullscreen mode
@raja If you check those "Switch to Desktop X" boxes in the screenshot you can go directly to specific spaces by clicking control + space #
Apr
2
comment Copying the current directory's path to the clipboard
@bmike Yeah, I don't use it much, but it was my first thought when I read this question (after discovering that Finder indeed does not have this functionality built-in by default). It has the advantage that DTerm is a general-purpose tool and not something that needs to be installed or set up for this specific purpose.
Apr
2
comment Copying the current directory's path to the clipboard
posd | pbcopy sounds like it would work. The rest seems nice to have (though won't open . work instead of fdc?)
Apr
2
answered Copying the current directory's path to the clipboard
Apr
2
comment Copying the current directory's path to the clipboard
@AdamEberbach I disagree, the question you linked is about starting a Terminal instance at the current Finder path, this is about simply getting the path
Apr
2
comment Eyefinity PCI Express card with Apple Thunderbolt Display
@HerrKaleun If you're referring to the contest, it's still not certain I've won one. They only have 5 to give out for level 3, and there are 9 people in it. But thanks anyway - I hope I do win!