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Jul
28
comment Bulge in MacBook Pro near Hard drive
I don't see how heat could have caused this.
Jul
28
comment Bulge in MacBook Pro near Hard drive
Laptop harddrives come in different heights. Do you still have the old one?
Jul
28
comment Bulge in MacBook Pro near Hard drive
Unlikely. What did you change in there?
Jul
28
comment Bulge in MacBook Pro near Hard drive
Did you disassemble the device before?
Jul
19
comment Make Caps Lock behave like in Windows
Sounds like a Problem with your Voip-client.
Jul
17
reviewed Approve How can I change Fn keys usage based on application?
Jul
16
comment Bluetooth Menu Shows Garbage
My Tragic Macpad.
Jul
16
comment Bluetooth Menu Shows Garbage
I don't think so. They don't appear on Bluetooth pref pane, only in the menu.
Jul
16
comment Bluetooth Menu Shows Garbage
Yes. Also, various other devices don't see them. Besides, the OUIs are bogus.
Jul
16
asked Bluetooth Menu Shows Garbage
Jul
6
comment How can I tell if my Time Machine backup is encrypted?
Try to Mount its sparsebundle on a different Machine.
Jul
5
revised USB-Stick (Format: FAT) retaining incomplete files
edited body
Jul
3
comment Shutdown warning every time I log on
Clearing PRAM is no cure for everything.
Jun
30
comment Command + fullstop VS Ctrl + C
Wow, that's legacy... From my understanding the Command-key on Apple OSes was traditionally used to issue commands, while control-key was a modifier key to Enter control characters. Up to OSX, there was no commandline, which traditionally is controlled using control characters. Thus the easy to memorable CMD+. (Read "Command full stop") was used. With the xnu Backend of OSX, Apple added the traditional Ctrl-C (Read " Cancel") as a lot of software expected it. Besides: CMD+. to interrupt Command line tasks is Terminal.app specific.
Jun
30
comment Command + fullstop VS Ctrl + C
What Apple keyboard did not have a Control key? I'm not aware of any.
Jun
29
reviewed Approve Not getting to boot!
Jun
28
comment USB-Stick (Format: FAT) retaining incomplete files
Are you sure you don't just have auto login enabled? If so, you have to have a password set. Have a look at Systemeinstellungen->Benutzer und Konten. Set one for this procedure.
Jun
27
comment USB-Stick (Format: FAT) retaining incomplete files
Little bit off topic, but to me it's a song by Broken Bells.
Jun
27
revised USB-Stick (Format: FAT) retaining incomplete files
added 73 characters in body
Jun
27
answered USB-Stick (Format: FAT) retaining incomplete files