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comment How to easily and completely disable/enable WLAN (so it cannot be turned on again while travelling)?
Thank you, but no, I have to study :-)
Aug
22
comment How to easily and completely disable/enable WLAN (so it cannot be turned on again while travelling)?
It is VERY MUCH easier to have willpower in the quick moment I leave the house, than have to have it all day long. So it is much more likely that I'll leave the USB stick at home than it is that I don't use Spotlight to find an invisible app. The best method to exercise self-control is to avoid situations where you need it.
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comment How to easily and completely disable/enable WLAN (so it cannot be turned on again while travelling)?
lol, usually when I ask something straightforward without explaining the context there is a lot of back and forth about why doing what I want is not a good idea or what else I might do for what people think I want to achieve :-) Thanks for trying to help me!
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revised How to easily and completely disable/enable WLAN (so it cannot be turned on again while travelling)?
yes, this is an honest question, I'm in therapy for internet addiction
Aug
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comment How to easily and completely disable/enable WLAN (so it cannot be turned on again while travelling)?
Your answers don't work for me and are not what I'm asking for. Note that my question includes the word "deinstall", while the other questions don't. I had a Windows laptop and there simply deleted the software that did the WiFi connection. No more WLAN for me and no way to reinstall it while not at home. Foolproof. And with software like Firefox, you can copy your app to a different HD, delete it from your computer, later copy it back and run it as if it was never gone. Maybe something similar is possible for WLAN. That's what I'm asking for.
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comment How to easily and completely disable/enable WLAN (so it cannot be turned on again while travelling)?
That doesn't work, because I have memorized the login credentials (they are the same for all electronic services and everyone knows theirs by heart). If I delete the login credentials, I can re-enter them in a matter of seconds.
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asked How to easily and completely disable/enable WLAN (so it cannot be turned on again while travelling)?
Mar
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comment On startup Calendar shows only one calendar
This worked. But let's just assume I actually wanted the behavior described above, how would I set Calendar to behave that way?
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accepted On startup Calendar shows only one calendar
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comment On startup Calendar shows only one calendar
Thank you, I added some screenshots.
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comment What is creating a file with the name “1” in my user folder after I delete it repeatedly?
I no longer have OS 10.6.8, and I never managed to catch the creation of the file, because I forgot or was too lazy to start up fs_usage, but I accept this as the right answer, because it seems that it should have worked with a more diligent user than me :-)
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accepted What is creating a file with the name “1” in my user folder after I delete it repeatedly?