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Jan
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comment Delete (not hide) calendar events automatically or via CLI
@Buscar웃 Yes, precisely.
Jan
29
comment Delete (not hide) calendar events automatically or via CLI
Thank you, but I’m looking for a more ready-made solution (or at the very least one with more documentation). I’ll still take a look, though.
Jan
29
comment Delete (not hide) calendar events automatically or via CLI
@Buscar웃 On second look, it’s on the first sentence that I want to delete old events.
Jan
29
comment Delete (not hide) calendar events automatically or via CLI
@Buscar웃 Forgot to write that, apparently. I want to delete events older than X (lets say 15) days.
Jan
28
revised Delete (not hide) calendar events automatically or via CLI
added 94 characters in body; edited title
Jan
28
asked Delete (not hide) calendar events automatically or via CLI
Dec
15
comment View .mkv in quicklook
It looks like a promising step in the right direction. Its first commit was 9 months after I’ve opened this question. Unfortunately, like you mention, it does not play the video.
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
29
awarded  Critic
Jun
29
accepted Keyboard shortcuts with a single key?
Jun
29
answered Keyboard shortcuts with a single key?
Jun
27
answered Incorrect keyboard mapping on OS X guest in vmware fusion
Jun
9
comment Keyboard shortcuts with a single key?
I doubt it too, and I certainly understand the implications; I’m in no way suggesting a system-wide shortcut. OS X lets you set shortcuts on a per-app basis. Detecting whether said app is in “input text mode” or not could very likely be detected.
Jun
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awarded  Teacher
Jun
4
answered Free OS X solution for getting screenshots, cropping and annotating them
Jun
4
asked Keyboard shortcuts with a single key?
Apr
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awarded  Scholar
Apr
17
accepted Change the icon of an applescript-called notification
Mar
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Mar
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awarded  Excavator