Dropping an image file onto a page and catching the event is pretty straightforward. We used to think the only way to [...]
Chrome packages its own Flash implementation (“Pepper Flash”), which is unfortunately horrible at the moment. I ideally agree with the steps the Chromium team has taken to implement their own Flash that isn’t vulnerable to the host of exploits found in the Adobe version, but it’s completely unbearable right now. It gives me anxiety attacks [...]
This is extremely miscellaneous, but the only place I could find a solution was in the Textmate source code itself. Maybe the query is just too broad or non-specific for the vast Internet of mailing lists and such.
When making a theme, if you have a scope that makes something bold, and then some element [...]
Geektook is pretty cool stuff. One of its most flexible uses is to render the output of shell commands onto your desktop.
Unfortunately, you might be confused for a while when seemingly arbitrary simple commands produce no output at all. Debugging is hard when stderr is being discarded!
It turns out that Geektool [...]
I had to write this up, because the resource I found online virtually told you to delete and reinstall everything. Right. Nope.
To reset a theme’s position, browse to ~/Library/Application Support/Bowtie/ and open the file called TDStore.plist. This is just an XML file, and it’ll try to open with XCode if you have it installed. [...]
I want to love iTunes Match, for what it represents as a step forward in cloud storage, an opaque layer of portability that my devices know how to use; a beautiful step away from the horrible horrible idea of pushing a giant SYNC button that rapes and pillages all previous content on the device.
For whatever reason, Chrome has begun forgetting each and every site cookie. I never clear my browsing history, and I never mass-nuke cookies.
Even so, visiting a site from a cold launch—Google+, a WordPress blog, anything at all—the site asks me to log in again. I have no trouble doing so, and while the browser [...]
In OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, the new Gatekeeper feature has a mechanism that prevents certain things from opening. This is only apparent if you run Console and observe the error message that appears when you attempt to run an application that it shuts down:
5/11/12 9:44:57.000 AM kernel: qtn-exec: not allowed to exec quarantined [...]
I’ve had this problem with Hamachi for a while: because client management is pretty lacking (in part due to the new management’s desire to up-sell you to paid tiers), people fill their networks with people that have multiple Hamachi installations on different partitions, or separate laptops, etc.
When Hamachi went to version 2 with the [...]
While playing with the Server app for OS X 10.8, I had a lot of trouble with internal exceptions. It seemed to continue to function when you chose to ignore the exception (yikes), but at least it was useable.
But after pushing changes to the local DNS module, it periodically had trouble trying to read [...]
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