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code + design


Feb
13
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Feb
13
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Feb
13
revised Is it possible to create a smart mailbox in Mail.app mixing “any” and “all”
added tags. (please add the "smart-mailboxes" tag?)
Feb
13
suggested approved edit on Is it possible to create a smart mailbox in Mail.app mixing “any” and “all”
Jan
26
comment Not sure what this DVI-like port on my PC is
more pins than holes!
Jan
26
comment Not sure what this DVI-like port on my PC is
rather, the slot is DVI-D and the cable you have is DVI-I.
Jan
26
answered Not sure what this DVI-like port on my PC is
Jan
3
comment How could I stop power going to USB Ports without stopping data transfer on a Mac?
Is this a programming question? You could perhaps do something via the USB user client, but short of writing drivers I doubt you can do what you want. And even that's doubtful. You might try a hacked cable as suggested, although not sure what effect that would have on OS X.
Dec
27
awarded  Critic
Dec
25
comment Transfer iPhoto Library to other computer using Terminal
Also, this isn't a programming question, so it shouldn't go on stackoverflow.
Dec
25
comment Transfer iPhoto Library to other computer using Terminal
How are you transferring your files? WiFi? Using Ethernet or even FireWire target disk mode will greatly speed this up. Not sure what effect using the command line will have.
Nov
10
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Nov
10
awarded  Editor
Nov
10
comment How can I draw “perfect” squiggly lines in Photoshop?
yeah WTH.. fixed.
Nov
10
revised How can I draw “perfect” squiggly lines in Photoshop?
added 224 characters in body
Nov
10
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
10
answered How can I draw “perfect” squiggly lines in Photoshop?
Nov
10
comment How to select File menu in Mac, just like Alt + F in Windows?
Sublime Text isn't very "Mac"--I'm not surprised. If you want to open the file menu from the keyboard, you'll have to turn on "Full Keyboard Access" under "Keyboard Shortcuts" in the Keyboard pane of System Preferences. You can then use Ctrl+F2 to get to the menu bar.