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I study Computer Science in Amsterdam and currently I'm mostly into Web (Magento) and iOS (iPhone) development.


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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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Apr
16
comment Dual screens: one monitor switches to desktop, window appears on other monitor
I unchecked "When switching to an application etc etc" to no avail. The simulator is NOT assigned to any desktop. Thanks for the suggestions, though. I have added the result of your suggestions to my question
Apr
16
revised Dual screens: one monitor switches to desktop, window appears on other monitor
added scenarios I tried out, in response to bassplayer7's suggestions
Apr
15
revised Dual screens: one monitor switches to desktop, window appears on other monitor
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asked Dual screens: one monitor switches to desktop, window appears on other monitor
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Apr
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May
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comment Best practice for installing applications for multiple users?
You know what? Even though is isn't the solution I would have wanted, it probably is the easiest right now.
May
23
accepted Best practice for installing applications for multiple users?
Apr
21
comment Best practice for installing applications for multiple users?
Yes, that would be the answer I think.
Apr
21
comment Best practice for installing applications for multiple users?
Well, having to use a password to install software feels safe, like with installers. Having to do the same when removing something seems normal to me too. Command-Delete, type in password, done. Drag an upgrade for an app into the applications folder, enter password, done. that's fine. Having to dive into the command line, however, feels like my computer is an overpriced linux machine. I would just like it to be part of some intuitive process.
Apr
21
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Apr
21
revised Best practice for installing applications for multiple users?
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Apr
21
comment Best practice for installing applications for multiple users?
the chmod actually doesn't really apply to my situation, reading and running the apps is never a problem, writing is.
Apr
21
comment Best practice for installing applications for multiple users?
Both are admins, both use passwords, entering passwords is no problem, I just don't want to have to do all kinds of little actions to fix every app every time. I like the quarantine function of OSX, so I agree it's not a good idea :). I've thought about chown -R root:wheel /Applications and chmod -R a+rX /Applications, but I think it won't solve anything.
Apr
21
asked Best practice for installing applications for multiple users?
Jan
13
awarded  Scholar
Jan
13
accepted What is the Documents & Data item used for in the iCloud preference pane on my Mac?