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comment How to get OSX finder to calculate duration and bit rate in finder window preview
No, forcing indexing doesn't seem to fix the issue. Also, I'm looking for the audio duration and bit rate to be displayed in the finder UI, not the terminal. FWIW, the metadata is certainly there, and it does display via afinfo in the terminal.
Jul
22
comment How to get OSX finder to calculate duration and bit rate in finder window preview
This may have worked for me to force indexing on- i'll report back in a while. I'd forgotten that I shut it off.
Jul
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comment How to get OSX finder to calculate duration and bit rate in finder window preview
AIFF and WAVE. MP3 works by default, AFAICT.
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Mar
21
comment Determining if I need a 32 bit or 64 bit driver for OSX 10.7.2
Thanks for your help. Does this mean that I cannot run Python in 32-bit mode, or that all of the libraries that Python accesses need to be 64-bit? That's the one thing I'm not clear about... for ex., I know of a couple applications that allow you to set which mode they run in within their inspector (theapp.app).
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accepted Determining if I need a 32 bit or 64 bit driver for OSX 10.7.2
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comment Determining if I need a 32 bit or 64 bit driver for OSX 10.7.2
I need to know how to check which one I should use for my system.
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revised Determining if I need a 32 bit or 64 bit driver for OSX 10.7.2
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accepted find word in nth row for column 1, and put new word in nth row for column 2
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comment find word in nth row for column 1, and put new word in nth row for column 2
It's not a replace function, per se. If there is a value in B1 that already exists, which doesn't match the "search" via IF(), then it should be left alone. But I can't enter in B1 for the "replace_value_if_not_found", since it causes a circular reference, and an error.
Sep
10
comment find word in nth row for column 1, and put new word in nth row for column 2
this won't work if i already have a value in the B1 cell. it simply overwrites the value with the function.
Sep
10
comment find word in nth row for column 1, and put new word in nth row for column 2
hm; this sort of works, but if it's false, I get a "FALSE" printed into the cells in which it fails.
Sep
10
comment find word in nth row for column 1, and put new word in nth row for column 2
part of larger text, but only within the first column's cells (aka, the word i am looking for might be "abc_", but the text in the found cell could be "abc_defg")
Sep
10
comment find word in nth row for column 1, and put new word in nth row for column 2
yes, precisely.
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asked find word in nth row for column 1, and put new word in nth row for column 2
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accepted how much data transfer is “too much” on an HD?
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comment how much data transfer is “too much” on an HD?
cool. yeah; i disabled spotlight straight away. i just use the CLI anyway. the delete/write combo is precisely what i am wondering about w/r/t to a backup being restored like this and then deleted off of the machine. it seems like a ton of storage is occupied then freed and i was curious about what happens behind the scenes there with allocation of zeroed space.