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Dec
11
answered What's with all the random folders in the DCIM directory for iPhone?
Dec
9
awarded  Yearling
Dec
8
comment How do I make my 1.5 GHz PowerBook G4 boot from a USB stick?
@JakeGould I see, thanks!
Nov
5
reviewed Approve Is there a way to rename “Remaining” to “Apple Juice Remaining”?
Nov
5
reviewed Reject Alternative to AlwaysAppendSearchDomains on Yosemite?
Oct
29
reviewed Reject iOS app to transfer images, photos to another phone via Bluetooth
Oct
25
revised Mouse pad loosing control
deleted 6 characters in body
Oct
23
comment I Pay for iTunes Match So Why Does iTunes Radio Now Have Ads (iTunes 12.0.1.26)
Ok, thanks for letting me know!
Oct
23
comment A shell script to open files as root in an IDE?
try /usr/bin/open instead of just open?
Oct
22
comment Launchd starts event 40 seconds later?
This isn't a strong area for me but if there's a problem in your plist configuration file, an easier way of creating it would be to use LaunchControl [soma-zone.com/LaunchControl/] - see also launchd.info.
Oct
22
comment How to enable logged-in thumbnails for Safari Top Sites for Secure (HTTPS) Sites?
@NEO Please submit that as an answer, and also back it up? How do you know - can you produce documentation on this feature?
Oct
22
comment How to get Mail.app to display (rather than hide) duplicate messages
Out of curiosity, why would you want this?
Oct
22
comment Determine if file or directory is encrypted?
@jww and, if they're using FileVault 1 (older than OS X Lion), then it's only the home folder that's encrypted. The boot volume is "normal" with a sparsebundle for the users' home. That gets unpacked on boot, so that when the user enters their password the sparsebundle opens and they have access to their files.
Oct
22
comment Determine if file or directory is encrypted?
@jww well, if the system is using OS X Lion or greater, and FileVault is enabled, the entire boot volume will be encrypted. From terminal: $ diskutil info /dev/disk1 (for me that's my boot volume -- use diskutil list to see your volumes) shows lots of information about it. At the bottom, you'll see info about whether it's a Core Storage Logical Volume, and whether that volume is encrypted.
Oct
22
revised Right side click on track pad issue
Credit for the screenshot.
Oct
22
answered Determine if file or directory is encrypted?
Oct
22
comment A shell script to open files as root in an IDE?
Why not change the file permissions so that you don't require root? Or change the group to one you are a member of, and give their group +w permission?
Oct
22
answered I Pay for iTunes Match So Why Does iTunes Radio Now Have Ads (iTunes 12.0.1.26)
Oct
22
comment Determine if file or directory is encrypted?
What's your operating system?
Oct
22
answered Can I have Screen Sharing use something like ssh-keygen, so I don't have to type my password every time?