By default, mouse focus for Terminal is determined by clicking on the desired window, but it is often more convenient to have the focus automatically follow the mouse to any Terminal window.
It’s possible to enable the auto-play feature for video files in Quicktime Player X. Use the following Terminal command:
It is possible to completely disable OS X Dashboard. On old Mac’s this could save some memory and cpu resources. Use the following command and kill the current running Dashboard.
It is possible in Mountain Lion’s Calendar app to change the numbers of days displayed in the week view. If you want to display 14 days in the week view use this command:
If you want to cleanup OS X Launchpad and restore to default you can use OS X Terminal. The command resets the Launchpad with the default content sorted on a to z basis.
If you are using iTunes in bright light conditions the iTunes screen could be hard to read. Instead of activating the system wide high contrast mode you can enable this feature only for iTunes. Quit iTunes and use the following command:
Mac OS X has dialog boxes that are displayed as an animated panel (named ‘sheets’) that emerges from the window’s title bar. The most popular sheet would be the ‘Save As’-box. It is possible to speed up the ‘sheet’ animation in the native Mac (Cocoa) applications.