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bio website notnoop.com
location Boston, MA
age 30
visits member for 4 years, 11 months
seen Nov 9 '12 at 23:42
Love macs and linux!

Jul
19
comment NETGEAR Router Becomes Unresponsive Frequently
The router is just over a year old. It's unlikely that's the router is dying quite yet.
Nov
17
comment Create a keyboard shortcut for fast user switching in Mac OS X
@Benjamin, It's Command+Shift+Q
Sep
4
comment Sorting human readable file sizes
This is similar to: du -sm * | sort -n. -s/-g makes du output sizes in megabytes/gigabytes.
Aug
21
comment Cycling through minimized windows
I concur that hiding is better than minimizing. However, hiding works for applications not windows. I cannot hide a single window of an app while the other one is one. So I am forced to minimizing it.
Aug
20
comment Cycling through minimized windows
It's quite annoying that i need to use the mouse way too much! Oh well!
Aug
20
comment Cycling through minimized windows
That cycles through all windows but not minimized ones.
Aug
20
comment Hide other windows of the same app in Mac
Accepted answer, because I interpreted as 'no shortcut key available'
Aug
14
comment Automatic documents backup
+1 because CSV are indeed the closest to what i want. Git won't work because git needs to pull the entire repo. With SVN, you can checkout individual folders.
Aug
14
comment Automatic documents backup
Also Time machine doesn't let you control which files want to delete if the backup is filling up. I would rather go and delete the not so nice picture rather than delete all of my "old" backups that contain nice images.
Aug
14
comment Automatic documents backup
With time machine, if I delete a picture on the harddrive it'll be deleted in the most recent backup. To access that picture, I need to go back in time till I see it. I would like to open the harddrive and just see all the pictures at once whether I have them now on my harddrive or not.