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