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comment cmd + [num] doesn't change screen to go to app in fullscreen mode
@raja Lion doesn't see it as a numbered space. If you look at Mission control, it shows "Desktop 1", "Desktop 2" and "Terminal"...
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answered cmd + [num] doesn't change screen to go to app in fullscreen mode
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comment Flashback malware on Snow Leopard
In general, it's not a good idea to suggest a wild card when the intent is to deal with a specific file.
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revised Removing, or minimizing, scratches on the top of a Magic Mouse
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comment Where does OS X remember previously connected bluetooth devices?
Well, that wasn't really the question. I know where they are stored now, but as I mentioned, I did a full erase (way more than the simple erase and single pass zeroing options) and this is the first login ever. So this isn't from any .plist file. Also, there was a comment from someone (now removed) saying that the devices might've remembered the laptop, but that can't be the case either, since I no longer have one of them and two others are 30 miles away :)
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comment What's the maximum amount of users I can have on OS X and how many of these can be logged in at the same time?
@JavaAndCSharp See my edit
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revised What's the maximum amount of users I can have on OS X and how many of these can be logged in at the same time?
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answered What's the maximum amount of users I can have on OS X and how many of these can be logged in at the same time?
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revised How do I insert a picture into the Notes app?
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answered How can I make Finder start not in “All my files”
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answered Printing the current date/time with sub-second precision
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answered App Recommendation for automatically stitching screenshots together on iOS
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comment Removing, or minimizing, scratches on the top of a Magic Mouse
@gentmatt You have no choice. The alternative is to use a blow torch and try to soften the material slightly and hold it in that state for a while, so that it will settle into the scratches on its own. This requires way more expertise, is potentially risky to an average person and most importantly, you're bringing a high heat source near an electronic device and could easily fry it if you're not careful. Contrary to what you claim, sanding with finer and finer grits is the way to polish something. You can try watching videos on fine woodworking or auto detailing to verify.
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answered Removing, or minimizing, scratches on the top of a Magic Mouse
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