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Oct
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answered Spotlight: Don't Index a Volume
Sep
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comment Where is the terminal application on the filesystem?
A little bit of Spotlight cleverness allows you learn where an item is by Cmd-clicking or Cmd-<return>ing its entry in the Spotlight list. Instead of launching the item, it will open a finder window to the item's parent folder with the item highlighted. Besides showing you where that item resides, it lets you do lots of things to it - delete it, move it, or open it with a non-default application. My favorite, for a PDF or a spreadsheet, is to just touch <space> to open it with QuickView.
Sep
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answered Can someone help me read this crash report as a user?
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answered How useful is spotlight?
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answered What are some useful ways to use Automator?
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answered Is there a image editor like Windows' Paint for OS X?
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answered Can I stream music from my laptop to my iPod Touch over wifi?
Mar
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answered How can I stop OS X from switching Spaces when the mouse cursor is at the edge of the screen?