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Mar
19
comment Hotkey to Mute Mic on Mac OS X?
This doesn't work entirely for me (at least on OSX 10.8). It only seems like it has muted it (displaying zero on the sound preferences input panel), but it actually is just a low threshold, and if I tap on my computer, or speak with a somewhat raised voice, it still picks up sound.
Jan
10
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
11
comment OS X: Base64 encode via command line
And use a -d flag to decode.
Nov
11
awarded  Teacher
Oct
19
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
11
comment Hotkey to Mute Mic on Mac OS X?
I feel this might be outdated for Mountain Lion. See my question here: apple.stackexchange.com/questions/66190/…
Aug
29
answered Run a shell script on OS X without having a terminal window appear?
Jul
26
comment How to perform two searches at once in Vim?
Yes, I see what you mean. I misunderstood what you were asking for.
Jul
26
answered How to perform two searches at once in Vim?
Jul
9
awarded  Supporter
Apr
11
comment List open Firefox tabs from the command line?
Thanks, I think your answer is the "right" one from a supported standpoint. But, hack > nothing.
Apr
11
comment List open Firefox tabs from the command line?
Heh - as soon as I get 15 rep, I'll drop back and +1 you :)
Apr
11
awarded  Scholar
Apr
11
awarded  Student
Apr
11
accepted List open Firefox tabs from the command line?
Apr
11
comment List open Firefox tabs from the command line?
Ahhh - the sessionstore.js (JSON) file in your FF profile does seem to contain the appropriate list. Albeit inside a lot of noise. Seems structured enough to parse out though. Thanks for the link.
Apr
11
asked List open Firefox tabs from the command line?