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Konsolenbefehle für Snow Leopard Mac OS 10.6

Erstellt von Dominik am Donnerstag 15. Oktober 2009

Disable „focus follows mouse“ in Terminal
In Leopard there was a Terminal command to make the Terminal’s window focus change with mouse movement. If you had previously enabled this, you will find things don’t work quite right in Snow Leopard when you use Command-Tab to switch between applications in different spaces. To fix this, you will need to disable the focus follows mouse behaviour using the following command:

defaults write com.apple.Terminal FocusFollowsMouse -string NO

Make list view stacks work like grid view Stacks
This command slightly changes the behaviour in Stacks in list view. Once enabled, they act more like grid view Stacks, but with a single list of files and icons on the left. The main difference is when „drilling-down“ through folders within the Stack.

defaults write com.apple.dock use-new-list-stack -bool YES

You will need to restart the Dock for changes to take effect. The easiest way is to use killall Dock in the Terminal.

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