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seen Jul 28 at 14:15

I mess around with code & technology for a living


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awarded  Curious
Mar
7
comment Some files can't be saved/updated when selected in Finder
It doesn't happen with all apps. MS Word or others work just fine. However, I see this behavior also when copying files to a NAS. It won't let me copy because file is in use (selected by Finder). I used 'lsof' command to make sure is Finder's fault.
Mar
7
comment Some files can't be saved/updated when selected in Finder
OSX 10.9.2 but it happened at least since 10.9
Mar
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asked Some files can't be saved/updated when selected in Finder
Jan
28
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
21
asked Filter or detect WhatsApp images
Oct
3
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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accepted Scrobble iTunes Radio
Sep
5
asked Scrobble iTunes Radio
Sep
4
comment View the file names and directories of eBooks in iTunes
Yeah, I'd also let people sort out their data the way they want. However, that's the way iTunes works I'm afraid. :S
Sep
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awarded  Commentator
Sep
3
comment View the file names and directories of eBooks in iTunes
Can you make another question to ask that? By the way, are you aware of the possibility of consolidating a library? (putting all the items in the same place... even if you initially didn't tell iTunes to organize it)
Sep
3
revised View the file names and directories of eBooks in iTunes
There're shortcuts for both OS.
Sep
3
awarded  Yearling
Sep
3
awarded  Teacher
Sep
3
answered View the file names and directories of eBooks in iTunes
Sep
2
revised Setup Mac for kiosk/installation environment
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Sep
2
asked Setup Mac for kiosk/installation environment
Aug
30
revised How can I change a smart folder's icon without changing the default icon?
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Aug
30
comment How can I change a smart folder's icon without changing the default icon?
How funny... it works for me. dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/18885/test.png I use Mountain Lion though...