Posts tagged as 'Mac'

2010
21
Feb

Mac Mini

I don’t really want to go into all of the details, but about a month ago my apartment was broken into. They got a lot of my computer equipment. They also left a lot of it behind. They did take both of my computers though. How long is 2 1/2 weeks for a web developer … Continue reading

2010
01
Jan

BetterTouchTool

When I first updated to Snow Leopard I was using a Logitech mouse. But I kept having problems with it. Some of the time it would read my single clicks as double clicks. So if I was selecting a bunch of files to be deleted, it would then open them all up. It became very … Continue reading

2009
06
Dec

Invisible Icon In Dock

I went to an office Christmas party today. When I got back from the party, my Safari icon was done. The Safari application wasn’t gone because I could still open Safari and go to websites.  The icon was just transparent. I removed it from the dock and put it back in thinking that would do … Continue reading

2009
08
Nov

Show/Hide Hidden Files in Snow Loepard

A while back I posted a way to show/hide hidden files in Leopard. Now that I am using Snow Leopard and needed to see the hidden files, I went in search of a more elegant way to accomplish this. Read this blog post. It’s pretty much the same steps. It also includes optional steps to … Continue reading

2009
18
Oct

Mac Seeing My Single Click As A Double Click

I was having problems with my mouse. I have a Logitech MX 620 Cordless Laser Mouse on my home Mac OS X 10.6.1 Snow Leopard MacBook Pro that was upgraded from Leopard. Many times, when I single left click, it decides to double click instead. The double click happens instantly like it sees my single … Continue reading

2009
15
Oct

Mac Subversion with Cornerstone

When I upgraded my Mac from Leopard to Snow Leopard, the only thing that really changed for me was I had to updated a couple pieces of software or wait about a week for the software to be updated. There were two things that could not be updated. The first was a plugin called NuFile … Continue reading