Tag Archive | "list"

How To Check All Checkboxes In A Form With Javascript

Monday, April 11, 2011


Tweet I had an application that had a long list of checkboxes in a form. I wanted the ability to check all the checkboxes at once, or uncheck them at once. However, after googling for a solution, it seemed that all of them required me to label all my checkboxes with the same name. The […]

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How To Print The List of Files in a Folder on the Mac

Tuesday, July 20, 2010


Tweet Sometimes you just need to print out the list of files in a particular folder. While I was on Windows, sometimes I’d just take a screenshot of the folders’ contents, but when I had to print it out or when the folder’s contents were too much, I had to use a third-party software just […]

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Why I Chose To Switch To Mac OS Over Windows 7?

Sunday, May 23, 2010


Tweet So several people have asked me why I made the change to Mac OS, from being a Windows user for over 2 decades. Here’s why: 1. A more functional laptop I wanted a new laptop. I narrowed it down to a Lenovo, Sony or Macbook. 2 years ago, I wouldn’t even consider the Macbook, […]

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How To Select Columns of Text in Your Browser (FireFox)

Sunday, April 11, 2010


Tweet This is a neat trick for copying columns of text from a table into some other application. This is particularly useful when you don’t need the whole table of information, and just want one column or several columns (e.g. just the usernames from a list of members). I haven’t tried it on other browsers, […]

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How To Remove/Uninstall KEXTs In Mac OSX

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

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Tweet KEXTs are Kernel Extensions, and I realised that a program that I installed in the past (SteerMouse) had left its KEXT behind even though I uninstalled the program. You can see the list of KEXTs in your system at /System/Library/Extensions/, but do note that Mac OSX only loads whichever KEXT is needed. As you […]

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eBay’s New Pricing

Tuesday, January 26, 2010


Tweet Looks like eBay’s making more changes to their pricing again. This will be interesting, and I’ll dare say there’ll be a whole new slew of $0.99 auctions. What this definitely means is that eBay will get more listings, and because it gets a cut of the final value fees, the more auctions that close […]

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