Maccast 2013.04.16

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 440. New Macs will have Gigabit Wi-Fi. PC (and Mac) sales continue to slide. Maybe? More word Apple’s dropping Samsung. Apple may add more Yahoo! Apple to slim down next iPad. Apple trade-ins boost India iPhone sales. Apple’s “iRadio” edges closer to being. Fingerprint scanner delays iPhone 5S. T-Mobile says initial iPhone 5 sales are “gangbusters”. Apple replacing some Apple TV 3s. A bunch of software updates. First hand replacing a “trusted device”. Archiving iMovie Projects. Quickly type Emoji. Clone Boot Camp partition. Migrate to SSD. Set default column widths in Finder

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  1. Learnin | Apr 20 2013 - 08:06

    Or – to change default finder column width:
    Open finder window in column view
    Press option key while dragging column to desired width.
    That should set it as default width for all finder windows.

  2. Sander Zwart | Apr 22 2013 - 11:13

    In your podcats you are talking about imovie and NAS storage. It is possible to use iMovie and NAS storage. You have to run a terminal command to enable it.

    defaults write -app iMovie allowNV -bool true

  3. Chris H | Apr 29 2013 - 01:24


    You said you’d link to the TextExpander Emoji on Github.
    Curious, because I found one a while ago (on github) but it was incomplete.

    Thanks !

  4. Greg | May 01 2013 - 06:04

    I am using quick emoji HD on the mac, but perhaps this one is better as it’s better organized.

  5. Greg | May 01 2013 - 06:18

    You can add the recovery partition later with Carbon Copy Cloner. You just go to disc center, and recovery HD. I suggest to have a full backup before doing this just in case.