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Dec
12
comment How do you prevent the dock from switching monitors in OSX Mavericks?
This is best answer for people who don't care about the dock. I use QuickSilver, and thus have no need for the dock. But having it semi-randomly jump all over the place was extremely annoying. Now it's nice and hidden away on the left side of my monitor group, and won't be going anywhere.
Sep
18
comment Does bash have a hook that is run before executing a command?
@cYrus Thanks! I don't know nearly enough bash programming to have noticed that problem.
Sep
16
comment Does bash have a hook that is run before executing a command?
I used a combination of this answer with some of the special stuff in the accepted answer: trap '[ -n "$COMP_LINE" ] && [ "$BASH_COMMAND" != "$PROMPT_COMMAND" ] && date "+%X";echo -e "\e]0;$BASH_COMMAND\007"' DEBUG. This puts the command into the title and also prints the current time right before every command, but doesn't do so when executing $PROMPT_COMMAND.
Dec
5
comment Cut and Paste in Mac OS X's Finder
In Windows, "cutting" a file doesn't actually remove it from its original location until you paste it somewhere else. The file explorer fades the icon to indicate that it's been "cut", but if you put something else on the clipboard, the icon fades back in.
Dec
4
comment Cut and Paste in Mac OS X's Finder
Because being forced to use such a complicated mouse gesture, when other operating systems allow this operation with a simple pair of hotkeys, is ridiculous.
Dec
4
comment Cut and Paste in Mac OS X's Finder
@slhck While it is finally possible to move files entirely with hotkeys, it doesn't work in quite the way a Windows user would expect Cut/Paste to function. Rather than Cmd-X -> Cmd-V, the command is now Cmd-C -> Cmd-Opt-V. That will move the Cmd-C'd file to the new destination.
May
23
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