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Jun
20
asked Notification Center Notification When Disk Mounts or Ejects
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
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Aug
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asked 11" Air Regularly Loses Power to USB Ports
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awarded  Curious
May
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comment Ejecting all network drives via Applescript/Automator/Shell?
How can I find out what type of filesystem a disk was mounted with?
May
12
comment How do I extract an ECM archive in Mac OS X Lion?
Note that ecm is also available via HomeBrew.
Apr
29
comment Ejecting all network drives via Applescript/Automator/Shell?
Thanks! See my edit.
Apr
29
revised Ejecting all network drives via Applescript/Automator/Shell?
Explaining that I want to generically eject all disks, not any specific disk.
Apr
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asked Ejecting all network drives via Applescript/Automator/Shell?
Apr
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awarded  Commentator
Apr
8
comment How can I preserve BCC information from iOS Mail?
I believe this is quoted from somewhere else (the apple forums?) and it doesn't actually answer the question at all. If you could bring the answer more directly in line with my question, that would be greatly appreciated. Specifically I'm trying to figure out how to preserve BCC information when sending mail from a GMail account.
Apr
8
comment How can I preserve BCC information from iOS Mail?
Sadly I don't have one. Which service do you use?
Apr
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asked How can I preserve BCC information from iOS Mail?
Mar
24
asked Quick Look a URL via a script (Applescript, Automator, Shell…)?
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Necromancer
Aug
25
accepted Why does iterating over a list in applescript with `repeat with … in` fail with error code `-1731` part way through the list?
Aug
23
revised Why does iterating over a list in applescript with `repeat with … in` fail with error code `-1731` part way through the list?
trying to make the title more suggestive of what was actually happening