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Oct
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answered Not able to access special characters i.e. @,( etc
Oct
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revised Does iOS 8's MAC address randomization give the actual MAC address once connected?
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Oct
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comment Does iOS 8's MAC address randomization give the actual MAC address once connected?
@John The most detailed description of the randomization feature I have seen is in this document. It states on page 21 that iOS 8 uses random addresses for PNO/ePNO scans when it's not connected to a network. But you're right, it never states that iOS uses the real MAC address when connecting, though it would if one replaced two When's with Iff's.
Sep
29
answered Does iOS 8's MAC address randomization give the actual MAC address once connected?
Sep
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Jun
15
comment PDF presentation software that shows notes
Maybe you should ask this at TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange.
Jun
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May
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comment How do I add a script to the Service menu?
You can use the loggercommand to get a bit more information. In the bash script, put in a logger "$f" in the loop body (between do and done). The output should show up in the Console App in /Applications/Utilities/. Report back.
May
12
comment How do I uninstall python 3.2.2 on Mountain Lion?
The python installer also leaves some stuff in /usr/local/bin that can be deleted, see sx.
Mar
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Nov
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Sep
24
asked Time Machine backs up way too much, never finishes
Sep
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Sep
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comment How do I get Automator to process images using ImageMagick in a command script?
Maybe it's a PATH issue. Does it work when you replace composite with its absolute path (can be determined by executing which composite on the Terminal)?
Aug
3
revised How can I download all MP3 files from a web site?
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Aug
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answered How can I download all MP3 files from a web site?
Jul
20
comment Search a folder that is excluded from Spotlight
Then you may want to use EasyFind, which also has an English interface, or use find/grep on the Terminal.
Jul
20
comment Search a folder that is excluded from Spotlight
I'm not quite familiar with Spotlight's inner workings, but I think it indexes the folder even if it is excluded, just doesn't show any results from it. So if you turned the exclusion off, maybe it works. If it doesn't, you can use mdimport on the Terminal to create an index, and may get rid of it after your search with another CLI tool. If you search for file names or content of text files only, there are also solutions involving the grep and find CLI utilities, or maybe even some GUI applications.
Jul
20
revised Why does my computer seem to have a disagreement on hostnames between .home versus .local?
changed spelling a bit for clarity, added a useful application, added Network Control Panel
Jul
20
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