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comment Os X - Why do I need to turn on WiFi to determine closest location
@Yashua Actual GPS or similar is not a feature of any Mac I'm aware of. That said, the density of iPhones and similar devices with Wi-Fi and GPS that send that data to Apple (and Wi-Fi networks themselves) is probably enough for a 90+% success rate by checking for Wi-Fi SSIDs from your Mac alone.
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comment Os X - Why do I need to turn on WiFi to determine closest location
@Yashua It's not clear what you're asking. If you have enabled Wi-Fi on your Mac, it knows about your own and neighboring Wi-Fi networks, and can match this with a database of known Wi-Fi networks and their physical locations.
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comment How to enable the Tab key for navigating OS X Yosemite dialog boxes and buttons
It should probably be Command-Delete (i.e. Command-Backspace).
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comment Is there a way to force OS X Lion to connect to a VPN whenever there's network connectivity?
@fixer1234 Don't know whether it's temporary, so I'd rather not copy everything over. Its complete content is available on archive.org anyway.
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comment Check if a file is already committed to svn
@derFunk Or just (svn info $file 1>/dev/null 2>&1) && echo "$file is under version control". Plus the line where you define file.
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comment Mouse button and keypress counter for Mac OS X
@Mecki I added that to the repo description a while back when I noticed. Unfortunately I have no idea why, possibly related to per-app access restrictions to universal access API, and the binary being unsigned. Or they even killed this off entirely.
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comment send key combination via local network to other mac
@ReydiSutandang In case it's temporary, I won't remove it for now. That said, there should be numerous guides on how to set up and use SSH with OS X online, just Google for them. It's not specific to this topic.
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answered What's the best command to discover an application's PID?