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Mar
2
answered How can I have `less` automatically decompress `xz` files like it did with `gz` files on my old SUSE distro?
Mar
1
answered How to let devices eaily switch to the stronger WLAN AP?
Feb
22
answered Which filesystem is appropriate for formatting an USB-stick and install an operation-system?
Feb
22
comment Is there a way (an app) to automatically detect the language you are typing in and switch to the appropriate (spellcheck) dictionary?
The OP is using OS X (Mac) and Chrome. Office and Spell Checker are not really relevant.
Feb
22
comment How to stop Mac to convert typing double dash to emdash?
Ok I thought that it was missing in my case, but I also don't have the substitution. Did it happen in all applications?
Feb
22
answered How to stop Mac to convert typing double dash to emdash?
Feb
5
accepted Time units and automatic formatting of the y-axis in Excel
Feb
5
revised Time units and automatic formatting of the y-axis in Excel
Minor formatting
Feb
5
asked Time units and automatic formatting of the y-axis in Excel
Jan
27
comment List directories and their sizes in Mac OS X command line
@slhck And actually the question is not an exact duplicate. In the possible duplicate nobody speaks of excluding files (du -hs * does not differentiate ...)
Jan
27
comment List directories and their sizes in Mac OS X command line
@slhck I agree but I was more hinting that a down vote should be commented (or the question flagged).
Jan
27
revised List directories and their sizes in Mac OS X command line
added 10 characters in body
Jan
27
comment List directories and their sizes in Mac OS X command line
Why the down votes?
Jan
27
answered List directories and their sizes in Mac OS X command line
Jan
20
comment Get the parent directory for a file
The question has nothing to do with the current directory. You could use ${path##*/}
Jan
15
revised How to kill a zombie process on a mac
added 258 characters in body
Jan
15
comment How to kill a zombie process on a mac
@Adam Yes, you are correct. They do not slow down your computer but they reserve resources. On my Mac (8GB of RAM) the limit is set to 2048. I updated my answer
Jan
14
revised How to type 《 》and 〈〉efficiently on Mac OS X?
Formatting
Jan
14
suggested suggested edit on How to type 《 》and 〈〉efficiently on Mac OS X?
Jan
13
comment How do I delete an application entirely and prevent this from happening?
@Ramhound You can delete the executable without any problem: cp /usr/bin/yes . ; ./yes > /dev/null & ; rm yes. File deleted, process still running.