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Jul
27
comment To find the disabled devices in OSX
Thank you for your answers!
Jul
27
comment To find the disabled devices in OSX
I cannot find those cables in apple.com - only double ring things there store.apple.com/us/iphone/iphone-accessories/cables-docks#! Do you have any ideas where to get those triple cables 3.5-3.5 mm? I found only them in dx.com.
Jul
27
accepted To find the disabled devices in OSX
Jul
27
comment To find the disabled devices in OSX
Is the one here in the picture three ring input jack? superuser.com/q/788796/2005 If not, can you please, send me a link to the picture what is it.
Jul
27
comment To find the disabled devices in OSX
I found this discussions.apple.com/thread/3679138?tstart=0
Jul
27
comment To find the disabled devices in OSX
Which OSX are you using? This is strange that I do not see this Use audio port for. It cannot be true that Macbook Air does not have such a feature.
Jul
27
revised To find the disabled devices in OSX
added 190 characters in body
Jul
27
comment To find the disabled devices in OSX
This guideline seems to be old. I cannot find the setting Change the "Use audio for:" menu selection from Sound Output to the Sound Input. I cannot change it to Line In/Built-in Input since there is no selection for it.
Jul
27
asked To find the disabled devices in OSX
Jul
17
accepted Is there any default tool in OSX by which to add text (such as subtitle) to a video?
Jul
17
answered Is there any default tool in OSX by which to add text (such as subtitle) to a video?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
comment To measure the effectiveness of Finder's search
I opened a more general question about this here stackoverflow.com/questions/24533029/… since the problem is not that different in other OSs.
Jul
2
comment To measure the effectiveness of Finder's search
This is actually closest to the Python search which my friend does stackoverflow.com/questions/2186525/…, in older Pythons however with os.walk.
Jul
2
revised To measure the effectiveness of Finder's search
actual problem clarified
Jul
2
comment To measure the effectiveness of Finder's search
This reminded me about a programmer who always uses Python to do simple searches in his computer (either OSX or Windows). It just works. He says that default search tools of OSs are unstable (like we see). However, neither, he had developed a tool that can measure the effectiveness of these default searches in OSs. I am writing my documents as Tex -files which have only plain text and can therefore be indexed fast. So the decision to have good search depends on how you work. I produce Tex files but colleges - WYSIWYG files and thus PDF files. So Python seems to be good tool here for dev.
Jul
1
comment To measure the effectiveness of Finder's search
Sometimes one missed result is much more expensive than the rest of the results. If there are skipped entries, I must know. Such search is very unstable.
Jun
30
asked To measure the effectiveness of Finder's search
Jun
16
asked Terminal tool to join mp4 videos
Jun
5
accepted What is wrong in this Perl regex in OSX?