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Mac OS X Power Hound

Errata for Mac OS X Power Hound

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The errata list is a list of errors and their corrections that were found after the product was released. If the error was corrected in a later version or reprint the date of the correction will be displayed in the column titled "Date Corrected".

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
Page xxxi
paragraph 6

Apparently, someone changed Preface to Introduction and failed to change the figure numbering to correspond: e.g., figures are given as P-1, P-2, etc. They should be I- 1, I-2, etc. for consistency. Additionally, in every other chapter, figures are indicated in the text by chapter number and figure (such as Figure 6-3); however, in the Intro, they're just Figure 1, etc. They really should be Figure I-1, etc.

Page 71
item 2., top of page

book item reads: 2. At the prompt type <i>defaults write -string top</i>(and then press Enter). item should read: 2. At the prompt type: defaults write -string top Then press Enter.

Page 93
2nd full paragraph (For this change to take effect ...)

"killall dock" in second line down should read "killall Dock"

Page 176
Intelligent Searches

The book says: To force Mail to search for the entire phrase, put quotes around it. Hence, if you type "dog food" the program will look only for messages that contain that exact phrase. This doesn't work in 10.3. Mail ignores the quotes and returns every piece of mail with either "dog" or "food" in it.