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Apr
19
comment How to make a custom keyboard layout be recognized as Latin so I can remove the US default layout?
@sergei: maybe Apple managed to break it again for 10.11, I'm not using this anymore so not sure if it would still work.
Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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asked Mac OS X 10.8 App Store hogs the connection when downloading new OS X
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May
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Dec
10
answered What does the clear key do on Apple's numpad?
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Aug
18
accepted I added my username to /etc/sudoers but using sudo still asks for password
Aug
15
comment I added my username to /etc/sudoers but using sudo still asks for password
Thanks, I can see this is a security threat, but there's actually no sensible information of which security I should care about.
Aug
14
asked I added my username to /etc/sudoers but using sudo still asks for password
Aug
12
comment Changing text applied when duplicating file in Finder
I opened it with Xcode 5, N4 and ^0 copy are definitely not here. mdfind doesn't actually find those strings in English.lproj/ either.
Aug
12
comment Changing text applied when duplicating file in Finder
@GeorgeGarside TextWrangler, it correctly opens it as a text file, I can see all the strings there, but not these. Oh, I see it's kind of a binary file, but TextWrangler correctly opens it as a XML plist file.
Aug
12
comment Changing text applied when duplicating file in Finder
I have Mountain Lion, I opened /System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app/ Contents/Resources/English.lproj/Localizable.strings but it doesn't have either N4 nor ^0 copy, where could it be? (I do use the OS in English)
Jul
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