Force Chrome To Print Like Everything Else On Your Mac

On September 20, 2015, Posted by , in Tech Stuff, tags , , , with No Comments

If you like the fact that Chrome has a unique print dialog box and preview stop here and go about your business. If you, like me, find it a bit annoying, then open Terminal and enter the following command… defaults write com.google.Chrome DisablePrintPreview -boolean true

Flushing DNS Cache In OS X (Panther Through Yosemite)

On December 5, 2014, Posted by , in Tech Stuff, tags , , , , with No Comments

From time to time, when changing DNS configurations you will need to flush the local DNS cache on your computer. On a Mac, this can easily be done from the Terminal. Just run the following commands for your respective version of OS X… El Capitan sudo dscacheutil -flushcache;sudo killall -HUP…

Unix Command to Login From Apple Remote Desktop

On August 6, 2011, Posted by , in Tech Stuff, tags , , , , , with No Comments

If you manage multiple Macs using Apple Remote Desktop and each computer has an administrator account with a consistent password, you can send this script to log into them all at once. Great for Mac computer labs. osascript <<EOF tell application “System Events” keystroke “username” keystroke tab delay 0.5 keystroke…