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Nov
20
awarded  Supporter
Nov
20
comment Alfred command: switch finder directory in same window
That is fantastic! A BIG thank you! My use of alfred grows by the day and this was a big obstacle in my daily workflow. Unfortunately I dont have enough rep here to give you an upvote… but thank you again.
Nov
20
accepted Alfred command: switch finder directory in same window
Nov
19
comment Alfred command: switch finder directory in same window
Great start. I actually have my system configured to not use tabs… effectively this seems to be the same function just presented a little differently. I would like to actually change the current directory with whatever directory I launch from alfred. Is there a system level conflict of some sort that prevents my desired functionality?
Nov
19
asked Alfred command: switch finder directory in same window
Oct
27
revised Cant access firewall in system preferences; firewall tab is greyed out
added 84 characters in body
Oct
9
revised Cant access firewall in system preferences; firewall tab is greyed out
added 230 characters in body
Oct
8
comment Cant access firewall in system preferences; firewall tab is greyed out
I'm not entirely sure when the issue occurred as with most people I would assume, the firewall panel isn't a frequent access item for me. I did attempt to be as thorough as possible with the problem description, known variables and solution attempts. It is a machine I inherited at a job so I don't have it's complete history. So, I suppose what im saying here is if there is a common method to glean that information, I'm more than willing to find it, but at present this is all the information I have unless there is something specific that would help.
Oct
7
revised Cant access firewall in system preferences; firewall tab is greyed out
update
Oct
6
revised Cant access firewall in system preferences; firewall tab is greyed out
grammar
Oct
3
comment Cant access firewall in system preferences; firewall tab is greyed out
--setglobalstate off terminal returns: Firewall is already disabled When I set it back to on, it outputs the same: Firewall is enabled. (State = 1)
Oct
3
comment Cant access firewall in system preferences; firewall tab is greyed out
terminal returned: Firewall is enabled. (State = 1) still no change for the preference pane
Oct
3
comment Cant access firewall in system preferences; firewall tab is greyed out
Is there any way to isolate an offender? Ive looked through my app directory and nothing appears to fit that description. Im not opposed to command line solutions here either.
Oct
3
awarded  Editor
Oct
3
revised Cant access firewall in system preferences; firewall tab is greyed out
update for another failed repair
Oct
3
asked Cant access firewall in system preferences; firewall tab is greyed out
Nov
30
awarded  Scholar
Nov
30
comment Removing the font toolbar in a new message
Guess I hid the main toolbar before I could even see that it was that simple. I almost feel challenged having asked this. Thank you for your help! Forest for the trees…
Nov
30
accepted Removing the font toolbar in a new message
Nov
30
asked Removing the font toolbar in a new message