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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
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Sep
6
revised Lowest volume is still too loud—how can I make it even lower?
changed keyboard keys to use <kbd> tag, added helpful title text to link, more wording changes
Sep
6
revised Lowest volume is still too loud—how can I make it even lower?
edited wording of step 2 and transition from second-to-last paragraph to last paragraph
Sep
6
answered Lowest volume is still too loud—how can I make it even lower?
Sep
1
comment Why is my hard drive still full after deleting files?
GrandPerspective is another good free tool that does the same thing, but shows you a diagram of your files instead of a list. Bigger files have bigger rectangles in the diagram, so it’s easy to judge how much space a file or folder is taking up.
Jun
15
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Jun
15
awarded  Editor
Jun
15
revised How can I get the hexadecimal functionality of Digital ColorMeter back?
formatting, expand obtuse abbreviation
Jun
15
revised How can I get the hexadecimal functionality of Digital ColorMeter back?
added picture of menu, revised explanation, formatting
Jun
15
comment How can I get the hexadecimal functionality of Digital ColorMeter back?
Instead of the first two steps, you can download an application already generated in that way, linked from the bottom of this document about the Mac OS X Color Picker. And that app even comes with a cool-looking custom icon.
Jun
15
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15
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