September 12, 2013
Here are a few interesting
defaults write commands that I have applied to my Apple Macintosh
This command turns on the display of hidden files in the Finder. This is particularly useful when dealing with so called “dotfiles” or configuration files that are normally hidden.
This setting causes the full path of the currently displayed directory to be shown in the title bar of the Finder window.
With this setting enabled you can click on the rating for a track in iTunes and slide until you have
Debug menu on.
Enabling this option forces all links that have a target to open in a new tab rather than in a new window.