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Say, I have 10 desktops. I'm on the desktop 2. I switch to the deskotp 7 using the F3 key and touchpad. Is there a standard hot key for switching back to the deskotp 2? And then back to the deskotp 7. …
asked Dec 6 '18 by nylypej
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I've tried this Silencing "Your disk is almost full" notification That didn't work. I've tried deleting "diskspaced" from the disk using sudo, it didn't allow me to delete it. What's a fool-proof w …
asked Jan 4 '19 by nylypej
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I've a little of a search but haven't found anything. Is there a way to switch to the latest active desktop? Or should I create a special hotkey for that?
asked Oct 5 '18 by nylypej
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I want to prevent my MAC from creating ._file_name files on external memory drives that I plug into it. I think I've turned off Spotlight completely. However, such files keep getting created. How to f …
asked Oct 14 '18 by nylypej
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I know how to setup the mode of the view for a directory: sorting, the size of icons, etc... However, this gets applied only to the current directory. Whereas I want to apply them to all the directori …
asked Nov 1 '18 by nylypej
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I have multiple desktops. I want to be able to name them. Is it possible out of the box? Or at least does MacOS have API for that? I'd create an application.
asked Dec 2 '18 by nylypej
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In the application menu LibreOffice has no icon. How can I add it to it?
asked Oct 7 '18 by nylypej
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I'm not seeing an option to choose plain text encoding (.TXT extension) when saving a file in TextEdit.app in macOS. My documents seem to all be rtf - rich text format. How can I change this?
asked Nov 11 '18 by nylypej