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As of Safari 6, there is now an "omnibar" instead of separate search and address bars. This breaks a lot of previous extensions and plugins, but the updates to the extension API for Safari 6 actually …
answered Aug 15 '12 by Matt Swain
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Using the SO answer referenced by Diago, maybe something like the following modification can exclude the currently active application: tell application "System Events" set the visible of every pr …
answered Mar 16 '12 by Matt Swain
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In most Apple apps that have first-run tutorials, you can still access them through the Help menu. For example in iTunes there is Help -> iTunes Tutorials, and in iPhoto there is Help -> Welcome to iP …
answered Mar 18 '12 by Matt Swain
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Could be related to this bug: Running the iPhone simulator via Xcode disables the Mac's location services. Do you have the iPhone Simulator running?
answered Mar 16 '12 by Matt Swain
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This does seem to be a missing feature. As I see it, you have two options: Export as *.doc using File -> Export. While not ideal, I imagine almost everything that supports *.docx also supports *.doc …
answered Mar 17 '12 by Matt Swain