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Access Hidden Features Using the Terminal Application
To access these features, you will need to use the Terminal application, located at /Applications/Utilities/. Go ahead and fire up Terminal, then check out these ...
http://macs.about.com/od/usingyourmac/tp/terminaltricks.htm
View Hidden Folders on Your Mac Using Terminal - Macs - About.com
Your Mac has a few secrets, hidden folders and files that are invisible to you. You can use Terminal, which is included with OS X, to force your Mac to reveal its ...
http://macs.about.com/od/tipstricks/qt/hiddenfolder.htm
Use Terminal to Eject a Stuck CD/DVD - Macs - About.com
... to be ejected, most require you to shut down. If that presents a problem, you can use Terminal to force eject the CD or DVD, without shutting down your Mac.
http://macs.about.com/od/usingyourmac/qt/eject-stuck-media-terminal.htm
Translucent Dock Icons – Use Terminal to Make Hidden Application ...
Translucent Dock Icons: You can use Terminal to create a visual clue about which applications are hidden, by forcing the Dock to display hidden applications  ...
http://macs.about.com/od/usingyourmac/qt/Translucent-Dock-Icons.htm
Use Terminal to Add a Dock Spacer to Your Mac - Macs - About.com
Dock spacers allow you to organize your Mac's Dock by creating a blank Dock icon that you can place wherever you wish on the Dock. You can use Dock ...
http://macs.about.com/od/usingyourmac/qt/dockspacer.htm
How to Copy iPod Music to Your Mac - Macs - About.com
Apple chose to hide the folders that contain an iPod's media files, but you can easily make these hidden folders visible by using Terminal, the command line ...
http://macs.about.com/od/backupsarchives/ss/copy-ipod-music-to-mac_3.htm/
Use Terminal to Add a Login Message to OS X - Macs - About.com
You can perform this task yourself, with no need for any of the advanced server functions available in OS X Server. All you really need is Terminal, which is ...
http://macs.about.com/od/tipstricks/fl/Use-Terminal-to-Add-a-Login-Message-to-OS-X.htm
How to Delete Your Mac's Fusion Drive - Macs - About.com
Using Terminal to Delete a Fusion Drive. The process of deleting a Fusion drive isn't very difficult; all it takes is three Terminal commands, and your Fusion drive ...
http://macs.about.com/od/diyguidesprojects/ss/Split-Your-Fusion-Drive-Apart.htm
Talking Terminal - Your Mac Says Hello - About.com
We have quite a few terminal tricks we like to share with Mac users. Most provide clearly functional improvements to using the Mac. But sometimes, it's just time ...
http://macs.about.com/od/tipstricks/qt/Talking-Terminal-Your-Mac-Says-Hello.htm
Widgets on Your Mac Desktop - Macs - About.com
You can make Dashboard widgets appear on your Mac desktop by using Terminal to invoke Dashboard Development mode. Once you enter development mode ...
http://macs.about.com/od/usingyourmac/qt/widgetondesktop.htm
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