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Choose FileÆNewÆDisk Image from Folder. Tip: So how does the widget know what’s “near you”? Because you’ve told it. There are a bunch of reasons why your A menulet might indicate that you’re in a hotspot, but you can’t actually get online: It’s locked. But what if your hard drive selfdestructs, vaporizing the 945 MP3 files that you’ve made from your paid-for CD collection? You legally own those 330 copies. Figure 8-3: Top: To choose your preferred operating system—the one that always starts up unless you intervene—choose aÆSystem Preferences. These are full-blown Acrobat annotations; they’ll show up when your PDF document is opened by Acrobat Reader or even on Windows PCs. Console Console is a viewer for all of OS X’s logs—the behind-the-scenes, internal Unix record of your Mac’s activities. Recovering the entire hard drive Every hard drive will die at some point. Well, sir, answered Mrs Medlock, you'll scarcely believe your eyes when you see him. For example, you might decide not to back up your collection of downloaded TV shows, since video files are enormous. I want to sing it, too. Mr Craven sent it to you, said Martha. To figure out your starting point, the Mac consults your “me” card in the Contacts app (page 411), and uses either your home address or your work address, depending on the time of day. (You could accomplish the same thing in many other ways, of course; see page 189) What’s cool here is that (a) you can even hide the Finder and all its windows, and (b) if you press Option, the command changes to say Hide Others. You are so like her now, said Mary, that sometimes I think perhaps you are her ghost made into a boy. Just choose FileÆMove To and choose a new storage bin for it. It’s worth learning the keyboard alternative to dragging something into the Trash: Highlight the icon, and then press c-Delete (which corresponds to the FileÆMove to Trash command). If they had been two little street boys they would have sprung at each other and had a rough-and-tumble fight. With a glance, you can tell from this column how much disk space each of your files and folders is taking up in kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, or terabytes— whichever the Mac thinks you’ll find most helpful. You can get rid of the screen flash, too, by Shift-clicking.