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Postdoc at Harvard.


Dec
9
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
25
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
8
revised Has Arrow Key Navigation Changed for Skim in Yosemite?
typo
Oct
26
revised Why are Wifi Calling and iPhone Cellular Calls Mutually Exclusive?
Edited question to ask why the features are mutually exclusive
Oct
25
asked Why are Wifi Calling and iPhone Cellular Calls Mutually Exclusive?
Oct
23
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
18
comment Pinning the Dock to a Corner in Yosemite
I don't think that definitively shows it isn't possible, it's possible for instance that the option name has changed in Yosemite. But that's probably wishful thinking.
Oct
18
revised Pinning the Dock to a Corner in Yosemite
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Oct
18
comment Pinning the Dock to a Corner in Yosemite
Yes, I ran that command too. Edited the question to make it clear.
Oct
18
comment Has Arrow Key Navigation Changed for Skim in Yosemite?
Well at least I know that I'm not going crazy! This might be Skim-only, so I changed the title to be more specific.
Oct
18
awarded  Editor
Oct
18
revised Has Arrow Key Navigation Changed for Skim in Yosemite?
added 260 characters in body; edited title
Oct
18
comment Has Arrow Key Navigation Changed for Skim in Yosemite?
Bizarre! I have no idea why mine has switched then...
Oct
18
comment Has Arrow Key Navigation Changed for Skim in Yosemite?
Try with "single page" or "two pages" as your PDF display option, not continuous. Continuous scrolling seems to work properly.
Oct
18
asked Pinning the Dock to a Corner in Yosemite
Oct
18
comment Has Arrow Key Navigation Changed for Skim in Yosemite?
In Skim, or another application? For instance the scrollbars in Chrome seem to move the "correct" way with up/down. So it's not everything.
Oct
18
asked Has Arrow Key Navigation Changed for Skim in Yosemite?
Aug
22
awarded  Student
Aug
22
asked Way to determine most popular Homebrew packages?
Jan
29
comment Don't wake up external hard disk when saving to internal one
I'm really looking for a real answer to this question, not just answers that revolve around "unplug the drive." When a save dialog opens, there should be zero reason to spin up any external drives, as long as the save location is not on one of those drives. This is bad behavior and Apple has known about it for years.