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While this answer is written nearly a year after the question, I'll regardless post it for reference purposes. Xcode 8 (as of writing in beta) automatically appends a newline to every saved text file if it didn't end with one. This includes non-source files (Markdown …). There doesn't seem an option to disable this behaviour.


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According to this site, your router’s login page is at 192.168.0.1 and the username is admin and the password is simply blank.


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There's no bug. You're just assuming that Finder will show you all files by default. It will not. If you want the truth, you can use the command line (a.k.a. Terminal) [SaxDaddy's Mac ~]$ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity iused ifree %iused Mounted on /dev/disk1 233Gi 204Gi 28Gi 88% 53608098 7370716 88% / The ...


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The exit values from your experiment are correct. When the test utility evaluates an expression, if the expression evaluates to true, test returns a zero (true) exit status; otherwise it returns 1 (false). So, in your example, test -L ../Dependencies returns 0 (true) because ../Dependencies is a symbolic link. If ../Dependencies was not a symbolic link, ...


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In short: no. But you can use local IP-adresses instead of the localhost. (Which refers to the local adresses as you can see from the file itself.) There may be a solution over on github, which may work (didn't try or build it myself.) https://gist.github.com/exupero/3228103


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Software such as Final Cut Pro which is downloaded from the Mac App Store is tied to the Apple ID you used when purchasing it. While it is possible to have apps installed on a single Mac from multiple Apple ID accounts, it means bouncing in and out of the accounts when doing updates and such. Apple wants you to use their Family Sharing feature if you need ...


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No there is no expiration date. The software is yours permanently. To be more specific, that version is yours permanently, but that does not mean you are entitled to any future versions.


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Try the following: Open System Preferences Open Mission Control Uncheck "Automatically rearrange spaces"


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Run a script at login on OS X OS X can run scripts and applications at login. The procedure is simple. Open System Preferences->Users & Groups. Select a user from the list at the left. Click the Login Items tab. Drag a script or application to the login items, or click the + icon to use Finder to locate the script. Close Users & Groups. Here'...


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One option using the command line would be to use pandoc (which requires LaTeX for PDF generation). Install pandoc and LaTeX. Because LaTeX is so big, I installed BasicTeX as recommended in the pandoc docs. With Homebrew and Homebrew Cask: brew install pandoc && brew cask install basictex Make sure the Word files are in .docx format. If they are in ...


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Transparent icon, move off screen, easy step-by-step here: https://www.scottofford.com/2013/03/hide-ds-store-on-mac/ Via this Ask Different answer: http://apple.stackexchange.com/a/237999/6902.



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