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rkey77 commented on 23 Sep 2012
It's so small in size I got interested.

--> java wrapper that includes an AppleScript that executes the shell script command "purge". Just to be clear: I did not run this app but instead I peaked into the application-package.

Using Terminal.app and executing "man purge" (man = manual) it tells me this:

purge -- force disk cache to be purged (flushed and emptied)

Purge can be used to approximate initial boot conditions with a cold disk buffer cache for performance analysis. It does not affect anonymous memory that has been allocated through malloc, vm_allocate, etc.
[Version 1.0]

rkey77 commented on 22 Sep 2012
I want Google-MAP's back.

Apple, your MAP-App is useless, it displays places and locations where none are (Switzerland) and vice versa.

It's like nobody tested this ?? And how long do we have to wait for a fix? O wait, we are the beta-tester :(

I can't understand how Apple can do this. It's just so wrong!!!
[Version 6.0]

rkey77 commented on 20 Sep 2012
Sweet IDE (S - Integrated Developer Environment)

funny thing: most of the things I thought Xcode does wrong was my own misunderstanding. for example, thinking that code-completion could work when I'm not in the right context (forgot a bracket or whatever). Haha !

As Xcode may change over time - like technology does (and hopefully the human mind too) - you have to change with it. If you can't do that you end up in complaining instead of flowing with it.

It has changed so many times I can't count it!
No problem, just give me a heads-up (please).

Of course I don't have zig millions of source code to maintain.
[Version 4.5]

rkey77 commented on 20 Sep 2012

Only a crazy person would use this to organize his millions of professional pictures!

The face recognition feature is funny and interesting (and sneaky).
Sadly, it can't be turned off.
[Version 9.4]

rkey77 commented on 20 Sep 2012
Seems this OS needs a bit more time to shut down the computer.

There are some things I had in mind for a change but sadly they did not: launching Preferences needs an awful lot more time than it did in not ML-Versions.

After a boot the desktop and dock are shown quickly but they don't react to the user yet! Sometimes, in a hurry, it's very annoying: you think you can interact but it's just a show-off :)

But it looks like the people @ Apple had success. U don't need a Steve Jobs to be a living matter, you have his legacy ! It works I believe.
[Version 10.8.2]

rkey77 commented on 20 Sep 2012
iPhone 3 GS: everything is faster. Coolio
[Version 6.0]

rkey77 commented on 20 Sep 2012
It's kinda hard to delete cookies: I really have to do it two times until they are gone. Silly Safari : lol
[Version 6.0.1]

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