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Had the same issue recently, and narrowed it down to motherboard heat issues. Here's the process: Unscrew the chassis Clean the dust around the motherboard, especially the fans Remove and re-insert the battery Reseat the chassis Reset the System Management Controller Restart in safe mode Check the Activity Monitor References MacBook Pro (Early 2008 and ...
TO AVOID RELAUNCHING FINDER: Open the Activity Monitor utility and force quit the Locum process. Enter your admin password when requested.
I had to do this: brew reinstall sox --with-lame
I think the split terminal acts more like split command interface. So once you run a editor command in one of the pane, the views are now isolated. You cannot independently control each pane. If you are in command line mode the mirror works to split the command line interface.
As of OS X Lion 10.7 scrollbars can be hidden system-wide, including in Terminal, with System Preferences > General > Show scroll bars If you have a “touch” input device, like a trackpad or Magic Mouse, they are hidden by default.
Check out trash-cli. It works cross-platform, no trash sound, and supports Put Back. You can install it with (requires Node.js): $ npm install --global trash-cli Alternatively, if you don't want to use Node.js, you can install the native binary osx-trash manually.
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