Well, at least ctrl+a and ctrl+e. I haven’t tried anything else, but I was surprised to find out that these even work within OmniGraffle.
Perforce published a knowledge base article on how to use Xcode’s built in behaviors to check out a file: Automatically checking out files for edit
Matt Inman made a video where he discussed how he does his illustrations for his website: www.theoatmeal.com. If you haven’t seen any of this stuff,
Right now, I’m reviewing code I copied into my own code branch (p4) and I’m finding that I’m doing something I thought I’d never do.
This is a little old, but I wanted to share the link any for those looking for CPUID on the MacOS; download-maccpuid/
Firemint made an awesome racing game for the iPad, but that’s not all! With this game and an Apple TV, you can actually turn the
“[..] some mistakes will be made along on the way… that’s good, because at least some decisions are being made along the way and we’ll
Wow… first my hard drive at home and now 2 of my RAID drives in my office died this morning… what a way to start
I love watching my Mac slow down to a crawl… So, off to the Console.app to see what is going on: ?View Code TEXTkernel disk1s1: