Maccast 2012.04.15

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 392. Apple update expunges Flashback. Designer Starck’s “revolutionary” new project with Apple. iCloud push email still blocked in Germany. Apple improving iTunes account security. Apple sneaks new A5 into the iPad 2. Apple 3rd in US PC Shipments. DOJ files antitrust lawsuit against Apple. New Mac spec rumors heat up. Accessing PhotoStream from the Finder. My AT&T iPhone unlocking experience. Disable iPhone Bluetooth A2DP. iCloud Syncing shared Address Book. iPhone 4S videos won’t play on original iPad.

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  1. Mark | Apr 18 2012 - 06:16

    I noticed when I tried the tip in this podcast about searching the “sub” folder in “Assets” I find that nothing appears in the search window, even though, prior to the search, I can see that the “sub” folder is full of folders and each folder contains an image. Even when I search for “kind:folder” the search turns up noting in the “sub” folder. Anyone else having this experience? I must be leaving out some obvious step in the process.

  2. Adam Christianson | Apr 18 2012 - 01:32

    Try using the token kind:image instead of kind:folder. Also make sure at the top of the window you have selected “sub” as the search location.

  3. Mark | Apr 19 2012 - 08:58

    Yeah, it’s weird. I started with kind:folder and selected the “sub” option at the top of the window. When no search results appeared I wondered if it was because the image files were in subfolders of the “sub” folder, so I tried “kind:folder” to see what would happen because I knew the “sub” folder was full of folders. At the end of my work day yesterday I shut down my MBP vs the usual just close the lid. This morning, after reboot, I redid the search of “sub” and all my images appeared. I attribute this to the magic of my posting on your website. ;-) Thanks so much for your response.