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Is it possible to make all text fields in OS X editable with Vi keybindings?

What I'm looking for is a way to use Vi-style keybindings throughout OS X, similar to how invoking: $ set -io vi in a Terminal will give Vi-style keybindings when using the shell. I'm guessing this ...
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Devs, can 3rd party apps access Safari's Reading List?

Any chance iOS 5 lets devs access Reading List in Safari? A potential Read Later option for Twitter clients, etc. I've been asking devs through Twitter for a while, but am yet to hear anything back.
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Examples of apps in the Mac App Store not made with objective-c/c/c++?

Are there any apps in the store made using mono, ruby or lisp or put together in another alternative way. Do you know of any? The reason I'm asking is because I'm already making apps using cocoa/...
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Installing cocoapods on macOS Mojave

I have looked through a lot of these questions and none seem to apply. I am trying to install cocoapods and run pod init in my xcode project. When I run sudo gem install cocoa podsI get right the end ...
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How to customize drag-n-drop-to-Terminal path escaping results?

How can I change the way in which filenames are escaped (formatted) when dragged from applications and dropped into Terminal? For example, paths may be escaped with \, just spaces (), or other ...
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Does anyone know how to disable unicode text input in text fields?

I absolutely love the Cocoa text engine. A few modifications to a little xml file - ~/Library/DefaultKeyBinding.dict - and you can get just about any key sequence to work in any standard Cocoa text ...
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Is there a way to make Lion's scrollbars visible on mouseover them?

I have started trying the "Jump to the spot that's clicked" option under General System Preferences because I'm pleased by Lion's vanishing scrollbars but they complicate finding the current location ...