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Searching for files with Spotlight is awesome and you can actually use the power of Spotlight even in the console. But first let me show you some nice features of Spotlight. Spotlight Searching for all images that contain “me”, are … Continue reading
When you are writing Objective-C code and using git you probably realised that the `git diff` is not mentioning the function name in which the change occurred. This can easily be changed by just running following cmd inside your git … Continue reading
Idea: Have folder with all the Mavericks wallpapers and screen saver images but without wasting a lot of space. Why duplicate all of them, so you can set it as the folder that should be used for randomly choosing a … Continue reading
Command to create installable OS X Mavericks 10.9 USB drive..
David wrote this nice little helper that automatically increments the build version every time. #!/bin/bash buildNumber=$(/usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c “Print CFBundleVersion” “$INFOPLIST_FILE”) buildNumber=$(echo $buildNumber | sed ‘s/0*//’) buildNumber=$(($buildNumber + 1)) buildNumber=$(printf “%04d” $buildNumber) /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c “Set :CFBundleVersion $buildNumber” “$INFOPLIST_FILE” In Xcode just … Continue reading
Read this great article: Improving the security of your SSH private key files — Martin Kleppmann’s blog. For my own convenience I just put all the important commands together but won’t explain anything. Again: Go and read the article. Reading … Continue reading
Did you know, that you can trigger your HotCorners with a modifier key? Source: http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20130621130534978
In iOS 6.x you can go to Settings -> Sounds -> New Mail And then on the top you can find a button for vibration and set it to none there.
I just figured out, that I want to make sure, that I never committed a key to my repository before publishing it, so what’s the easiest way to grep throw all commits in a git repository: $ git grep USERNAME … Continue reading
To get mission control to pop up fast just write this to your plist file: defaults write com.apple.dock expose-animation-duration -float 0.1; killall Dock And with defaults delete com.apple.dock expose-animation-duration; killall Dock you can get back to default setting.