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I am postgraduate of RWTH Aachen, Germany and received a M.S. Math and a M.S. CompSci. My main interests are Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Artificial Intelligence, Logic, Automata Theory and Programming Languages. And I'm an enthusiastic hobby programmer with a wide range of side projects, mostly in C++ and Python.


Jan
16
comment How do I combine two or more images to get a single pdf file?
Ah, dragging didn't worked in Table of Contents view, but worked in Thumbnail view.
Jan
16
comment How do I combine two or more images to get a single pdf file?
It sometimes open then in different windows. How can I force them to load in the same window?
Nov
13
comment PPC emulator to run MacOSX 10.5
I have only MacOSX 10.9. I'm developing applications and want to test if they run on MacOSX 10.5 PPC.
Nov
9
comment sound quality difference between USB cables
Oh, that is interesting! But the magazine was testing DACs. That doesn't make sense then.
Nov
8
comment sound quality difference between USB cables
Yea, but if some data is crippled along the cable, you should get jittering or similar effects in the sound output, not any distortions like that it is less smooth or less velvety or so. I really don't get it. Why are there cables for 600€? That doesn't make any sense. Why are so much people claiming that there is a significant difference? (I understand that if its analog, it can make a difference. But that's not the case here.)
May
12
comment How to import contacts from Samsung E1170?
@ckpepper02: No. I linked it.
Feb
20
comment Smart Folder: how to create listing of all files in a folder?
And also sort them in varios ways - just everything what Finder can do in a single normal folder.
Feb
20
comment Smart Folder: how to create listing of all files in a folder?
Except the files which are empty?
Feb
19
comment Smart Folder: how to create listing of all files in a folder?
You should add the "File Visibility" part to the answer again - in some cases, you might just want to list all files, of all kinds.
Feb
19
comment Smart Folder: how to create listing of all files in a folder?
Kind is Music doesn't cover all music files for me (e.g. I think it's missing flac and ogg - see my other question) - anyway, in my question, I didn't specifically asked just for music files (whereby of course this was an interesting addition) but just for all files (as this might as well be interesting for other directories and ~/Music was mostly just an example).
Feb
19
comment Smart Folder: how to create listing of all files in a folder?
Probably not the files which have no . in its name (i.e. no file extension). And probably it shows also the folders which have a . in its name.
Feb
18
comment Smart Folder: how to create listing of all files in a folder?
Do you have any reference why that criteria behaves that way and others don't?
Feb
18
comment Smart Folder: how to create listing of all files in a folder?
How would I modify that if I would want to list exactly all *.{mp3,ogg,flac} files?
Feb
18
comment Smart Folder: how to create listing of all files in a folder?
Also, I guess placemarkers like * are not allowed?
Feb
18
comment Smart Folder: how to create listing of all files in a folder?
Does it need at least one criteria or why did you add any? Why is that? Also, I thought about that and I tried with "URL" and just set it to "contains /" but it didn't worked.
Feb
18
comment Smart Folder: how to create listing of all files in a folder?
Can you explain why you chose "File visibility"?
Feb
12
comment Smart Folders: What is the difference between “This Mac” and “All My Files”?
And "Shared" then means just networked drives? So you can say "All My Files" = "This Mac" + "Shared" + mounted-dirs, where all sets on the right site are disjunct? Can you link to some documentation where it clearly says that?
Nov
20
comment sandbox for testing application
It doesn't really matter for the System Event queue (at least in my cases but probably in most cases). I'm not sure what you mean about Cocoa-level stuff but I guess it also doesn't matter. All apps I know, or at least the apps I have in mind here, store their settings and read their settings just from the filesystem. Basically, user-level sandboxing would exactly do what I want. Or the builtin MacOSX sandbox feature would also exactly do what I want. I am mostly searching for some description how I could easily achieve it.
Nov
20
comment iCal/Calendar and GMail - constantly errors and problems
@bassplayer7: MacOSX 10.8.2. I really would like to accept more. I read this. For most of the answers on my questions so far, I feel that they don't perfectly answer my question in a way that they provided the information/solution I was searching for.
Sep
3
comment sandbox for testing application
@patrix: Why do you think that it is not possible via the builtin sandbox or via chroot?