December 19

Unzipping Multiple .Zips in OS X

Using OS X is a bit different than Windows in regards to unzipping multiple zip archives.

Unzipping Multiple Archives

Unzipping Multiple Archives

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December 2

Mac OS X KeyBingings

Have you switched from a Windows computer to a Mac?
Wish you could use the HOME and END keys like Windows?
Wish you could use the PAGE UP and the PAGE DOWN keys like Windows?
Really it is as simple as creating a file with you Key preferences.
Here is how to get a PC-Style keymap alongside the old Apple bindings:
1. mkdir ~/Library/KeyBindings (if it does not exist)
2. put the following text into the file Library/KeyBindings/DefaultKeyBinding.dict
3. Log out and log in (some apps like TextEdit pick up the changes directly when you restart them)
{
“UF729″  = “moveToBeginningOfLine:”; /* pos1 */
“^UF729″ = “moveToBeginningOfDocument:”; /* crtl + pos1 */
“$UF729″ = “moveToBeginningOfLineAndModifySelection:”;
“UF72b”  = “moveToEndOfLine:”; /* end */
“^UF72B” = “moveToEndOfDocument:”; /* ctrl + end */
“$UF72B” = “moveToEndOfLineAndModifySelection:”;
“UF72C”  = “pageUp:”;
“UF72D”  = “pageDown:”;
“^~7″ = (“insertText:”, “|”); /* orig alt 7 */
“^~8″ = (“insertText:”, “{“); /* orig alt 8 */
“^~9″ = (“insertText:”, “}”); /* orig alt 9 */
“^U00DF” = (“insertText:”, “U00BF”);
“^+” = (“insertText:”, “U00B1″);
“~<” = (“insertText:”, “|”);
“~7″ = (“insertText:”, “{“);
“~0″ = (“insertText:”, “}”);
“~8″ = (“insertText:”, “[“);
“~9″ = (“insertText:”, “]”);
“~+” = (“insertText:”, “~”);
“~U00DF” = (“insertText:”, “U005C”);
“~q” = (“insertText:”, “@”);
“^x” = “cut:”;
“^c” = “copy:”;
“^v” = “paste:”;
}

Have you switched from a Windows computer to a Mac?

Wish you could use the HOME and END keys like Windows?

Wish you could use the PAGE UP and the PAGE DOWN keys like Windows?

Really it is as simple as creating a file with you Key preferences.

Here is how to get a PC-Style keymap alongside the old Apple bindings:

1. mkdir ~/Library/KeyBindings (if it does not exist)

2. put the following text into the file Library/KeyBindings/DefaultKeyBinding.dict

3. Log out and log in (some apps like TextEdit pick up the changes directly when you restart them)

{

“UF729″  = “moveToBeginningOfLine:”; /* pos1 */

“^UF729″ = “moveToBeginningOfDocument:”; /* crtl + pos1 */

“$UF729″ = “moveToBeginningOfLineAndModifySelection:”;

“UF72b”  = “moveToEndOfLine:”; /* end */

“^UF72B” = “moveToEndOfDocument:”; /* ctrl + end */

“$UF72B” = “moveToEndOfLineAndModifySelection:”;

“UF72C”  = “pageUp:”;

“UF72D”  = “pageDown:”;

“^~7″ = (“insertText:”, “|”); /* orig alt 7 */

“^~8″ = (“insertText:”, “{“); /* orig alt 8 */

“^~9″ = (“insertText:”, “}”); /* orig alt 9 */

“^U00DF” = (“insertText:”, “U00BF”);

“^+” = (“insertText:”, “U00B1″);

“~<” = (“insertText:”, “|”);

“~7″ = (“insertText:”, “{“);

“~0″ = (“insertText:”, “}”);

“~8″ = (“insertText:”, “[“);

“~9″ = (“insertText:”, “]”);

“~+” = (“insertText:”, “~”);

“~U00DF” = (“insertText:”, “U005C”);

“~q” = (“insertText:”, “@”);

“^x” = “cut:”;

“^c” = “copy:”;

“^v” = “paste:”;

}

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