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comment What tiny thing in iOS 5 makes you smile, or has caught you off guard?
Unfortunately, none of these work. Maybe in iOS 5.0.1...
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comment What tiny thing in iOS 5 makes you smile, or has caught you off guard?
I've wanted those as well, but I was disappointed that you can't have shortcuts for multiline text. On the Mac, I have shortcuts for valedictions. Having that would save a lot of time on the iPhone.
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revised Why don't accepted event invitations through MS Exchange show up in iCal?
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asked Why don't accepted event invitations through MS Exchange show up in iCal?
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answered FileVault 2 encrypted disks with my home directory on a different drive
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comment How can I specify delimiters in Terminal for word and character selection before copying and pasting?
You're welcome! I was pointed to iTerm myself a few days ago: apple.stackexchange.com/questions/24994/…, and I haven't looked back since.
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answered Screen turns off at lid opening
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answered How can I specify delimiters in Terminal for word and character selection before copying and pasting?
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answered How to keep the text selection in Terminal.app when typing
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comment How to keep the text selection in Terminal.app when typing
Terminal.app has the very nifty feature that you can use CMD+Shift+V to paste the selected text in the same tab without using the clipboard. You can achieve the same with a middle click (which is why I'm using Better Touch Tool to have a third button on my Magic Mouse). This is very useful as I usually just want to paste a file name or path that has been printed by a previous command as an argument on the command line.
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comment How to keep the text selection in Terminal.app when typing
I've actually seen this feature in iTerm on another guy's computer, which prompted me to ask. iTerm is very nice, but I've been using Terminal.app so much that I'd find it hard to switch.