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bio website wuerl.calepin.co
location Seattle, WA
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aerospace engineer, Star Wars nerd, PowerPoint hater, and family barista, @wuerl


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accepted Importing PST file into Outlook for Mac doesn't import all messages or folders
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accepted Is there a way to set the default font weight in Outlook 2011?
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accepted In MacHg is there a way to only see changesets that modified a specific file?
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awarded  Good Answer
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answered In MacHg is there a way to only see changesets that modified a specific file?
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asked In MacHg is there a way to only see changesets that modified a specific file?
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awarded  Organizer
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revised Pinch to zoom in microsoft office
incorrectly tagged with a version of office that doesn't run on macs, reworded question
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suggested approved edit on Pinch to zoom in microsoft office
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revised Is there a way to set the default font weight in Outlook 2011?
typo in plist file to update
May
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answered Is there a way to set the default font weight in Outlook 2011?
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comment Is there a way to set the default font weight in Outlook 2011?
Not really what I was looking for, as I want to change the default font weight and not the font size, but your answer pointed me to what I needed to change in the Outlook plist file, which I'll included in an answer below. So thatnks.
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asked Is there a way to set the default font weight in Outlook 2011?
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answered Importing PST file into Outlook for Mac doesn't import all messages or folders
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asked Importing PST file into Outlook for Mac doesn't import all messages or folders
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comment How can I identify which application is responsible for my battery life being short?
In my case it was three Java applets still running after the windows that had spawned them had been closed. 100% CPU on three separate cores (out of four). Fan was cranking hard, and as soon as I killed them CPU usage dropped to <5% and fan shut down. As for why I even have Java installed, long story involved mandatory work webapp that uses it heavily. :(
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comment Why is Google so much faster than a hard-drive search?
The index is important, but Google also uses a map-reduce algorithm to conduct a massively parallel set of operations. No matter how many cores you have in your computer, I guarantee Google has more.