Hot answers tagged osx-snow-leopard
SmoothMouse.com seems to be the solution. It is a project to improve mouse and trackpad usability. It works great on my MacBook Air running OSX Mavericks.
My problem was similar. My .profile was 'source'ing my .bashrc and my .bashrc had an ancient test for interactivity: # If not running interactively, don't do anything [ -z "$PS1" ] && exit Changing the "exit" to a "return" did the trick for me.
If the question is whether you should trust the current TimeMachine backup or not, I don’t believe 5 bad sectors is anything to panic about… Yet… It means the drive is slowly dying but is in decent shape now. Whether those 5 bad sectors have data or not is unclear, but I would recommend you do the following. You say this: My new Time Machine HDD is ...
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible