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Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
11
awarded  Caucus
Feb
11
awarded  Constituent
Jul
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awarded  Nice Question
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
14
accepted Swap Fn and Control key on a MacBook Pro
Nov
14
asked Swap Fn and Control key on a MacBook Pro
Jul
26
awarded  Critic
Jul
26
comment Finder Replacements?
Flawed design in my opinion: You can hold folder meta data in a database or flat text private directory in the home folder. Keeping it in place with real data to me is flawed.
Jul
25
comment Finder Replacements?
It's wasteful in the directory - because it shows up in compression of the folder. Not everyone in the world uses a Mac - so filling user directories with system settings to me seems wrong
Jun
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awarded  Scholar
Jun
2
accepted Never create a .DS_Store file again
Apr
12
comment Never create a .DS_Store file again
@boehj File spam to be honest, and the idea that the best solution fo storing meta data about a directory was a hidden file in each directory.
Apr
11
awarded  Student
Apr
11
comment Never create a .DS_Store file again
They're in my zips, and I manage a lot of hidden files. I'm more concerned with the fact that it holds its meta data along side my data. Seems like a fatal design flaw.
Apr
11
awarded  Supporter
Apr
11
comment Never create a .DS_Store file again
Somehow I doubt that will carry much weight. Thanks for your answer though
Apr
11
awarded  Editor
Apr
11
asked Finder Replacements?