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comment App to organize my photos into folders by date
This is using the filesystem timestamp - depending on the files, might be worth checking the EXIF data (if it's available) using something like ExifTool. You could have the script check Exif and use that, then fall back to the filesystem data, or log differences.
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answered MBP Connected to WiFi but won't connect to Web.
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comment MBP Connected to WiFi but won't connect to Web.
Couple of questions to make this more specific and easier to debug - is this any wifi, or your specific access point at home? What if you try a different WiFi network? What about another device on the same WiFi network? Have you tried a wired connection and does it work? What about another browser?
Aug
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answered Photo printing from mac
Aug
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on I backed up to itunes but it didn't transfer to my new iphone
Aug
19
revised I backed up to itunes but it didn't transfer to my new iphone
Formatting and gramma
Aug
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on Why does my iPhone heat when charged and when in use
Aug
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revised Why does my iPhone heat when charged and when in use
Fixed spelling and formatting
Aug
19
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Aug
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to close a window without the application quitting?
Aug
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answered How do I know what version the Mini DisplayPort port is on my 2010 MacBook Pro?
Aug
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answered My iphone's apps are copied onto someone else's phone each time they sync
Aug
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answered Can seller lock/erase my second-hand Mac with Find My Mac?
Aug
16
comment Why does this bash script not work as an automator service?
Actually, not sure that's entirely required, but some automation environments (notably cron, autosys) don't run with a full user environment, and will require either that environment loaded, or full paths. I put it in to be sure as I was debugging.
Aug
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comment Why does this bash script not work as an automator service?
Try now, works for me.
Aug
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revised Why does this bash script not work as an automator service?
Code fixes.
Aug
15
revised Remote login error: “DISPLAY is not set”
Correcting shell process, typos.
Aug
15
comment Remote login error: “DISPLAY is not set”
OS and other software isn't pertinent to this question. Running X software remotely does require the Xserver on your local machine (linux box), not the remote one (iMac). You don't need XQuartz here at all then for remote purposes. Your question doesn't give any information about the linux box, or even that it is a linux host, so the comment is relevant.
Aug
15
suggested suggested edit on Remote login error: “DISPLAY is not set”
Aug
15
comment Remote login error: “DISPLAY is not set”
I would add that this is correct, but you'll need XQuartz installed on the machine you're using to remote into your iMac. You'll also be limited to X11 applications, not regular apps. Use VNC for regular apps.