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May
21
revised Two page continuous view in Lion Preview?
name the app; explain exactly what menu item to use; add screenshot; explain Book Mode as a separate feature
May
21
suggested approved edit on Two page continuous view in Lion Preview?
May
4
comment Install OS X in VirtualBox on iMac?
I couldn’t get VirtualBox to boot from a .dmg file I made from the Snow Leopard install disc. The VM successfully booted from the disc after a few minutes, after I made these changes: increasing Display > Video Memory from 6 MB to 128 MB, enabling 3D Acceleration, telling VirtualBox to populate the CD/DVD drive with my host drive (real physical drive) instead of a virtual disk file of the DMG, leaving out the EfiBootArgs ExtraDataItem tag, and adding <ExtraDataItem name="VBoxInternal2/EfiGopMode" value="4"/> (which just changes the screen resolution from 1027×768 to 1440×900).
Mar
25
revised How to highlight errors and warnings on iTerm terminal output?
give more context to the answer; add screenshot that used to be in question
Jun
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
11
awarded  Yearling
Jan
21
revised How do I get iCal push notifications working?
format log entry, improve capitalization, typography
Jan
21
suggested approved edit on How do I get iCal push notifications working?
Oct
2
revised No more Xcode 4 for Snow Leopard?
grammar, formatting to hide ugly URL
Oct
2
suggested approved edit on No more Xcode 4 for Snow Leopard?
Sep
7
comment Lowest volume is still too loud—how can I make it even lower?
For those who don’t know, osascript -e "something" runs something as a single AppleScript statement. You can equivalently write the statement in the app AppleScript Editor (in /Applications/Utilities/) and click Run. (See the osascript man page.)
Sep
7
revised Lowest volume is still too loud—how can I make it even lower?
fixed grammar, linked to referenced answer
Sep
7
comment Lowest volume is still too loud—how can I make it even lower?
Normally, pressing just Shift and Volume Up/Down changes the volume while temporarily reversing the setting “Play feedback when volume is changed”. Out of curiosity, is there a way to reverse the setting while also adjusting the volume in quarter-box increments? Shift is already held as part of the combination you wrote, and not pressing Shift just makes the Sound preference pane open.
Sep
7
suggested approved edit on Lowest volume is still too loud—how can I make it even lower?
Sep
7
awarded  Teacher
Sep
6
comment Macbook Pro Retina running at native resolution
That OS X Daily article has been edited: it now also mentions a fourth app, ChangeResolution‌​, “a new tiny AppleScript front end to a command line utility that changes the resolution to 2880×1800”. Though its link seems to be broken.
Sep
6
revised Lowest volume is still too loud—how can I make it even lower?
clarified which method of CanuckSkier I meant – I hadn’t noticed that he mentioned three
Sep
6
comment Macbook Pro Retina running at native resolution
There’s also another app, QuickRes. (Via this Reddit comment in the SetResX introduction thread.)
Sep
6
comment Macbook Pro Retina running at native resolution
Here are the SetResX developer’s main pages for SetResX (rather than just the SendSpace download link): original introduction thread on Reddit, update thread.
Sep
6
awarded  Citizen Patrol