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Dec
8
revised Mavericks not able to use external display at full resolution
improved Ruby script formatting, improved grammar, added details to link text
Dec
8
suggested approved edit on Mavericks not able to use external display at full resolution
Dec
6
revised “New Folder with Selection” question
fix wrong keyboard shortcut, add details, fix grammar
Dec
6
suggested approved edit on “New Folder with Selection” question
Dec
4
awarded  Revival
Dec
3
comment “New Folder with Selection” question
“New Folder with Selection” also appears in the File menu, where it has the shortcut Command-Control-N. However, when only one file is selected, the menu item is disabled (greyed out).
Sep
15
awarded  Organizer
Sep
15
revised Remember window sizes and placement when unplugging and replugging second monitor
add [window-manager] tag; improve typography, wording
Sep
15
awarded  Critic
Sep
15
comment Remember window sizes and placement when unplugging and replugging second monitor
No, this doesn’t solve the problem at all. SizeUp makes it quicker to move a window where you want it, but you still have to manually switch between each window and tell SizeUp where you want to move each one.
Sep
15
suggested approved edit on Remember window sizes and placement when unplugging and replugging second monitor
Sep
15
awarded  Commentator
Sep
15
comment Remember window sizes and placement when unplugging and replugging second monitor
@dreeves Yes, it works for me. I just successfully did that manually, using Slate’s menu items “Take Snapshot” and “Activate Snapshot”; if you click them before and after you put your computer to sleep, you will save and restore all your window positions. From the docs, it looks like Slate can do the “Activate Snapshot” automatically with its default directive. I don’t know if you can automate the “Take Snapshot” part.
Sep
10
answered A C/C++ IDE for OS X that isn't Xcode?
Sep
6
comment Is there a button in iTunes to say “Stop after playing this song”?
⌥⌘U is a keyboard shortcut to open the Up Next pop-up. I don’t know of any built-in shortcut to Clear, but if you have Tab set to move keyboard focus between “All controls” (Control+F7 to toggle), then you can hit Clear after opening the pop-up by hitting Tab three times and then pressing Space.
Jul
13
awarded  Announcer
Jun
9
awarded  Announcer
May
22
revised Converting pitches in audio to MIDI
improved grammar and capitalization
May
22
suggested approved edit on Converting pitches in audio to MIDI
May
22
answered Converting pitches in audio to MIDI