By Brian Tiemann
Mac OS® X Leopard Phrasebook Brian Tiemann crucial Code and instructions Mac OS X Leopard Phrasebook delivers the full command words you must take complete benefit of the Leopard’s hidden and undocumented energy beneath the graphical consumer interface: time-saving strategies for successfully operating with documents, folders, the Finder, highlight, textual content records, servers, disks, CDs/DVDs, permissions, printing, purposes, Expos?, networking, protection, and masses extra. Concise and available effortless to hold and straightforward to use–lets you ditch all these cumbersome books for one moveable pocket advisor versatile and practical choked with greater than a hundred whole command phrases–so you can also make the main of Mac OS X Leopard in exactly approximately any scenario Brian Tiemann is a contract expertise columnist and software program engineer who has spent greater than a decade working web pages on servers working BSD, the expertise underlying Mac OS X. A graduate of Caltech, Tiemann is the writer of Mac OS X Tiger in a Snap and FreeBSD Unleashed. working structures / Mac OS X 10.5
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Doc, and it's gone, just as if the extension were any meaningless and disposable part of the filename. doc is still thereâ the Name & Extension field shows the complete name, and the Hide Extension check box is checked. The system is similarly smart enough to figure out whether to hide or show the extension when you save a new file in TextEdit or Preview; if you specify the extension, it's shown, but if you don't, it's hidden. Why is this useful? Why not just use Type codes like in the old days?
Thus, the sixth permission character (-) in this string example means that write permissions are not granted to users in the owner group. But those users are allowed to read and execute the file because the r and x characters (bits) are there in their corresponding positions. User permissions override group permissions, which also override other permissions; so if you're in the owner group (which doesn't have write permission) and you're the file's owner (who does have write permission), you do get to modify the file.
If it's not, a dash (-) is shown. Thus, the sixth permission character (-) in this string example means that write permissions are not granted to users in the owner group. But those users are allowed to read and execute the file because the r and x characters (bits) are there in their corresponding positions. User permissions override group permissions, which also override other permissions; so if you're in the owner group (which doesn't have write permission) and you're the file's owner (who does have write permission), you do get to modify the file.