203 reputation
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bio website formr.org
location Berlin, Germany
age 25
visits member for 3 years, 11 months
seen Dec 15 at 16:53

I study psychology and work in a research group. My main interests are evolution, individual differences, personality development and intelligence.

I developed an open-source survey framework called formr as a summer side gig.


Oct
20
asked Teach AutoCorrect short words with umlauts
Oct
1
awarded  Yearling
Sep
26
asked can I automatically disconnect bluetooth devices on sleep
Jul
29
awarded  Scholar
Jul
29
accepted How does the Finder refresh in OS X Mountain Lion?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Apr
23
comment Ban particular senders from having text appear in lockscreen
@Buscar웃 If somebody knows my banking PIN they only need my phone, not my phone PIN to be able to generate new smsTANs.
Apr
23
asked Ban particular senders from having text appear in lockscreen
Nov
11
awarded  Famous Question
Aug
24
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
11
asked Unlock locked / readonly Word 2011 document
Apr
23
awarded  Critic
Apr
10
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
25
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
10
asked Add spotlight indexing for CSV files
Nov
27
awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
21
awarded  Editor
Nov
6
comment How can I easily specify an or-search in Finder?
Well, because I'd have to handle the Content-search. But I'm giving up on this now, it's not important enough for such a long process.
Nov
6
comment How can I easily specify an or-search in Finder?
That does in fact narrow it down although it still yields .rdata files. It is apparently possible to get the blue "in file name" box to interpret quot. marks, the outer quot. marks are then omitted and they also work in "File name matches" as bar, but not in "ends with". Still, problem not solved, because I'd have to exclude all the extraneous hits by specifying them.
Nov
6
comment How can I easily specify an or-search in Finder?
No, it doesn't work. Do I need to show you proof? ;-) That gives me .rdata,.rdb,.rdx files too, and it does a content-search. I could use all kinds of exclusionary criteria now, but that's annoying and not future-proof.