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Dec
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answered How can I make OSX scan for available WiFi networks now
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revised How can I make OSX scan for available WiFi networks now
tiny clarification and added WiFi log
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comment How can I make OSX scan for available WiFi networks now
@tron_jones nice hint, I didn't know about that feature at all. However It does not show any errors, just some diagnostic messages. It did also write some Bluetooth messages in the WiFi log, but disabling Bluetooth does not seem to improve things either.
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comment How can I make OSX scan for available WiFi networks now
Like I wrote above in the comments, this does not seem to do the same thing. It fails to find the network. When I turn off WiFi then turn it on again however, it would instantly find the phone's network and join it without a problem.
Dec
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comment How can I make OSX scan for available WiFi networks now
That actually takes longer than turning it off- and on again.
Dec
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comment How can I make OSX scan for available WiFi networks now
Does not seem to be the same type of scan as it will not find the new network
Dec
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asked How can I make OSX scan for available WiFi networks now
Apr
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comment Preview files in finder without quicklook
Odd, maybe something is wrong with your setup due to other renderers. QLStephen works for me in 3-Panel view too (=> It has a Thumbnail hook too)
Apr
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comment Preview files in finder without quicklook
superuser.com/questions/230204/… does this help?
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asked How can I tell programmatically whether a process is in app-nap?
Dec
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comment Filezilla multiple windows on mac
The OSX weapon of choice for FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, ... and much more -- is Cyberduck You can also get it on the Appstore and support the developer this way.
Jan
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comment Macbook Pro connects an external monitor only after reboot
The external connector is probably only connected to the 2nd card. Just to give an explanation.
Jan
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comment Copying the current directory's path to the clipboard
@applehelpwriter It works with both Right-Click (which is [Ctrl]+Click) and [Cmd ⌘]+Click, so the sentence is absolutely correct, even though it was edited in by someone else
Oct
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comment Is there a way to make Preview not open all previously opened files?
@gentmatt thanks, +1, I would have preferred a solution that is not using a different shortcut, but I guess this will do.
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answered Copying the current directory's path to the clipboard
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