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Software engineer with focus in iOS development. Background in Java webapps and systems administration.

http://www.RayWenderlich.com/ tutorial team member.

Technical Reviewer of Effective Objective-C 2.0, http://www.amazon.com/books/dp/0321917014


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comment How do I move a third-party application's menulet from one location to another in the menu bar?
@daviesgeek care to share how? For somethings CMD+Drag works, but not for others.
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted How do I force Keynote to sync with iCloud?
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awarded  Famous Question
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awarded  Teacher
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answered How do I force Keynote to sync with iCloud?
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asked How do I force Keynote to sync with iCloud?
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awarded  Editor
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comment How to not let the system sleep when putting display to sleep with Ctrl+Shift+Eject in Mountain Lion?
Updated with screenshots and a theory. It's interesting too. Even though I have not adjusted my ES settings after upgrading (maybe the upgrade changed them?) My computer never really seemed to follow these rules before when I used this method of locking my computer. Perhaps there was a bug before that has now been "fixed".
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revised How to not let the system sleep when putting display to sleep with Ctrl+Shift+Eject in Mountain Lion?
added 654 characters in body; edited tags
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asked How to not let the system sleep when putting display to sleep with Ctrl+Shift+Eject in Mountain Lion?
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accepted Why isn't finder finding all files?
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comment Why isn't finder finding all files?
Rebuilding the index using sudo mdutil -E / fixed the issue. Thanks!
Jul
24
comment Why isn't finder finding all files?
Regarding the search location, there was no difference, if I ran pwd on that prompt in Terminal you would see I was in the sub folder, pretty sure @patrix is correct about the cacheing.