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May
18
revised File versioning software
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May
17
comment What files should be copied to make a bootable backup drive for OS X?
I too have had great success with CCC.
May
17
revised File versioning software
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May
17
answered File versioning software
May
11
revised Hierarchized task list?
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May
11
answered Hierarchized task list?
Apr
21
comment Installation of large programs in Mac OS X
To sum things up, the vast majority of Applications can be moved around without a problem, even the Dock icons will still link correctly. But there a few exceptions as mentioned above and they usually let you know. Basically, if they don't give you an installer (.pkg) file, then you're probably fine to put it anywhere.
Apr
14
comment Is it possible to bind ⌘← and ⌘→ on Terminal.app?
You can override the default shortcuts using the OSX Keyboard & Mouse preference pane.
Mar
29
revised Spaces suddenly stops responding to mouse button activation
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Mar
29
asked Spaces suddenly stops responding to mouse button activation
Mar
21
comment Ungrounded laptop (Macbook Pro) buzzes in headphones, weird feeling when fingers brush lightly
It's weird, but apparently this is normal. At least it seems all the aluminum bodied Apple laptops do this when not grounded (using the 2-prong adapter). Wish I could get a clear answer from someone on what is causing this sensation.
Mar
21
comment Ungrounded laptop (Macbook Pro) buzzes in headphones, weird feeling when fingers brush lightly
Actually, most wall outlets and many power strip outlets are grounded. But yeah, in the world they are not that common. I guess that's what you mean and Apple doesn't make a grounded adapter for their power supplies.
Mar
21
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Mar
19
accepted Macbook cannot see specific wireless network after being connected to it for a while
Mar
19
comment Macbook cannot see specific wireless network after being connected to it for a while
I figured out what the problem is. See my answer for the solution.
Mar
19
answered Macbook cannot see specific wireless network after being connected to it for a while
Mar
17
answered Why do I need to select the hard disk when my Macbook boots?
Mar
8
comment What are the benefits of being a Linux user over a Windows user?
This is what drove to Mac OS X; I was so tired of forcing Windows to meet my needs. Now I don't think very much at all about the OS, it just works. I think this is a general reason people switch away from Windows. Though, I have used Win 7 so I don't know if that would still be the case.
Mar
5
comment Macbook cannot see specific wireless network after being connected to it for a while
I'm on the end of my Applecare plan. I'm not sure how it'll go since I'm in Korea right now. I've found an authorized service center that's pretty nice and my wife can translate, so hopefully they'll check it out or at least re-seat the card. I'll report back here after the weekend. Thanks again for the help!
Mar
4
comment Macbook cannot see specific wireless network after being connected to it for a while
Yeah, I guess so. I'll do it on the last day of my warranty, this Saturday :P It's weird because I don't have troubles with any other networks (at least that I know of) and I can see many other networks while this problematic one is invisible to my computer. Thanks so much for the help. I really appreciate you keeping up with this.