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Is there a way to find a list of all applications installed on a Mac in either /Library or /System?
asked May 31 '10 by waiwai933
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If you look at the image below, you'll see that I'm getting the iPhone version of Google on my Mac. If I refresh, it stays the same, but curiously enough, if I visit https://www.google.com (note SSL), …
asked Jan 28 '10 by waiwai933
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I had this problem a few hours ago, and was really frustrated by it, so I'd thought I'd share: Scenario: My computer with Pages has died I have a Pages file on a flash drive that I need now I don't …
asked Jun 1 '10 by waiwai933
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My Mac's screensaver seems to be frozen, and I think quitting the process through SSH will resolve the problem. Does anyone know what the name of the process is?
asked Jun 30 '10 by waiwai933
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I'd like to display an empty box (HTML entity &#9633 □ or any other similar box will do) in Excel in a cell if and only if another cell has a value. I've tried =IF(ISBLANK(C8),,□), but that gives me …
asked Feb 1 '11 by waiwai933
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I have a Pages (iWork '08) document I'd like to work on on my laptop, but my laptop doesn't have iWork. When I try to open the document, it turns out to actually be a folder with several things inside …
asked Aug 3 '09 by waiwai933
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For complete Mail.app killage (and not just changing default mail app), open Terminal (inside /Applications/Utilities in an administrative account and enter sudo chmod 000 /Applications/Mail.app It …
answered Sep 18 '11 by waiwai933
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Nope. For this to work, you would have to be using an operating system that supported accelerometers and AFAIK, only iPhone OS does.
answered Feb 14 '10 by waiwai933
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I recently noticed that when downloading an application, Safari doesn't give the warning it used to. I have deleted the .plist file with no change. Using Mac OS X 10.5.8, Safari 4.0.4. Any ideas why a …
asked Feb 6 '10 by waiwai933
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If you use Migration Assistant and have a Firewire cable, your Mac will take care of the whole process. Just sit back and relax. Migration Assistant can be found in /Applications/Utilities
answered Apr 11 '10 by waiwai933
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[Fuchsia] is also commonly used to indicate transparency. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuchsia_(color) Does anyone know what this quote means? Why would fuchsia be used to indicate trans …
asked May 6 '10 by waiwai933
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Ctrl + Click produces a rightclick.
answered May 12 '10 by waiwai933
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To recover the file: Use Winrar (or another archive utility) to zip the document into a ZIP archive. Email the ZIP archive to yourself. Download the document onto your iPad, which will unzip the fil …
answered Jun 1 '10 by waiwai933
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If waiting up to 24 hours before restart is an option, you can turn on "Start Up or Wake" in System Preferences => Energy Saver => Schedule.
answered Jun 30 '10 by waiwai933
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Generally, the fonts are already installed on your system. However, there are two exceptions: 1) The webpage designer may use a CSS @font-face, which will attempt to load the font remotely. The brows …
answered Aug 7 '10 by waiwai933

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