Daniel Bleisteiner

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bio website da3x.de
location Berlin, Germany
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visits member for 3 years, 5 months
seen Nov 22 '13 at 13:58

Berliner! Father and husband! Music lover, Internet enthusiast, Java professional, iOS coder and iPhone lover...


Oct
9
awarded  Commentator
Oct
9
comment iPhoto events view broken after import, images missing
I had to use a copy which was nearly a month old... all newer backups (TimeMachine) were already broken. I've lost no images because all new ones have also been uploaded to DropBox... so far so good!
Oct
7
comment iPhoto events view broken after import, images missing
I've tried all 4 options (cl.ly/JyW9 - german screenshot) but none of them solved it... :(
Oct
7
comment iPhoto events view broken after import, images missing
In the meanwhile I've tried to import those images into another completely new library and it worked... so I suppose the current library is broken, somehow. I'll try to rebuild it with iPhoto's own tools – using alt-cmd during startup. We'll see if this helps.
Oct
2
asked iPhoto events view broken after import, images missing
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Aug
21
accepted How to set iChat status from the command line?
Aug
17
awarded  Editor
Aug
17
revised How to set iChat status from the command line?
just format
Aug
16
awarded  Teacher
Aug
16
comment How to set iChat status from the command line?
minor improvement - replaceing & with & : pastebin.com/fAE4dnJk
Aug
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to set iChat status from the command line?
Aug
16
answered How to set iChat status from the command line?
Aug
16
asked How to set iChat status from the command line?
Jul
18
accepted Any way to force command line terminal to control a Mac?
Jul
18
comment Any way to force command line terminal to control a Mac?
It doesn't work this way... the script dialog times out and the AppleScript tells me that this happened... doesn't continue. But it gave me the idea to simply issue a killall Automator after some predefined timeout - no dialogs at all. Maybe that AppleScript can be improved... it leads to the solution... so accepted. Thanks!
Jul
18
awarded  Supporter
Jul
18
comment Any way to force command line terminal to control a Mac?
That's something promising... I'll try this out.
Jul
18
comment Any way to force command line terminal to control a Mac?
I want to gain control back... freeze other processes for a moment for being able to enter commands... then let go again.
Jul
17
comment Any way to force command line terminal to control a Mac?
I already know how to use a terminal... I'm looking for a way to open it if another process blocks normal access to keyboard and mouse. While the Automator runs the task I simply can't switch to a terminal the normal way.