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Jul
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comment OS X terminal app with custom tab names?
I, too, tried multiple tags in the plist but couldn't get it to work either. I also couldn't find any documentation on the acceptable values of a plist file. Unfortunately, it may not be possible.
Jul
7
comment Install Firefox 4 Beta alongside Firefox 3.6?
You'll need to be sure the beta doesn't clobber your profile folder though, right?
Jul
7
answered Cookies blocked by router?
Jul
7
comment SVN directly to tar
Very nice! I didn't know about that option‌​.
Jul
7
revised How do I set my wallpaper to a web page on Mac OS X
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Jul
7
answered How do I set my wallpaper to a web page on Mac OS X
Jul
7
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Jul
7
comment Can I upgrade my MacBook Pro which has Leopard Mac OS X 10.5.8 to Snow Leopard 10.6.2?
"iphone" is not an appropriate tag for this question.
Jul
7
comment OS X terminal app with custom tab names?
You're right -- I edited the answer with instructions on how to add the appropriate values to the terminal PLIST file. Sorry for sending you down the wrong path to start with.
Jul
7
revised OS X terminal app with custom tab names?
Original solution didn't work. New solution involves editing the plist file.
Jul
7
comment OS X terminal app with custom tab names?
The Shell -> Edit Title menu item will change the names of tabs, too. The window title will take the name of the active tab. The one thing I can't figure out is how to save a terminal configuration file with more than one remote connection. Hopefully that won't be a requirement for you.
Jul
7
comment OS X terminal app with custom tab names?
Another hint. If you create the window with the Shell -> New Remote Command... menu item, the configuration file will also save the fact that you are connecting to a remote system.
Jul
7
answered OS X terminal app with custom tab names?
Jul
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Jul
6
accepted Disabling Mac OS X Mail.app periodic SMTP server check
Jul
6
comment Disabling Mac OS X Mail.app periodic SMTP server check
This did the trick. I created a new keychain and dragged the SMTP authentication credentials from the display of the 'login' keychain to the new keychain. Then I changed the keychain settings by right-clicking on the new keychain, selecting "Change Settings...", and unchecking the two "Lock..." settings.
Jul
6
comment Disabling Mac OS X Mail.app periodic SMTP server check
Good idea -- I'll try that out and hopefully have an answer in the next 10 minutes or so...
Jul
6
asked Disabling Mac OS X Mail.app periodic SMTP server check
Jul
6
answered Removing all traces of a program on Mac OS X
Jul
6
answered Localhost website using Apache on Mac OS X