When you use ubuntu, you may want to edit resolv.conf to set DNS as a lot of tutorials said. But in some cases it’s always being overwritten. Here’s how to solve it.
When FaceTime was introduced by Apple the first time, I was thinking, it can be a security cam if it supports auto answering. I accidentally got the solution today. Ok, may be it’s not new, but it’s a useful trick for me. Simply execute following command in Terminal: defaults write com.apple.FaceTime AutoAcceptInvites -bool YES defaults write com.apple.FaceTime […]
The video is here, the birds were gone.
I guess you know what I’m talking about. Let’s go to the solution directly first: Go to Terminal and input the command as follows, press Enter, input password as needed. sudo nvram boot-args=”iog=0x0″ Restart and try it out! When you want to get back to Lion’s default state, use this command: sudo nvram -d boot-args […]
When encounter the problem of losing backward/forward gesture in Finder, iTunes, Chrome, Firefox in OS X Lion, jitouch could help with just a few of settings.
Dell U2410 is a great monitor in 24 inches, with vivid color, convenient UI. When using it with my Macbook Pro, I found it too bright and the default color setting is not so good. I adjusted the color in comparison of MacBook Pro’s own LCD. And here is the Dell U2410 ColorSync Profile for MacBook Pro. Follow […]
When you designing a website for client with WordPress, you may not want your client click the “Upgrade” button for any reasons (mostly, by curiosity). We all know that it may cause unusable of customized theme. Here’s how to disable it. Open functions.php of your theme and add following lines. add_filter(‘pre_site_transient_update_core’, create_function(‘$a’, "return null;")); // […]
Fully agreed with some reviews of Mac OS X Lion that, pop up window animation is quite annoying. Luckily it also provides a way to disable it with Terminal. In Terminal, paste command below and press enter: defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSAutomaticWindowAnimationsEnabled -bool NO UPDATE on Aug 13,2011: Try Lion Tweaks to make it more easier. […]
UPDATE on Sep 15th: If you don’t want to use any other 3rd party software, it still can be done. Take Trackpad as example: Keep the default setting no change (2 fingers for Safari smooth history, 3 fingers for full screen app switch), when going forward or backward in Chrome or Firefox etc., press ALT(OPTION) […]