OS X :: Snow Leopard - How To Calculate Multiple Folder Sizes

Dec 9, 2009

In windows you can select multiple folders and right click and check the size of all the folders combined, on my mac, when I have multiple folders selected and GET INFO, it opens up a window for each corresponding folder and tells me the size of each folder not how much all are in total....aside from a calculator, is there a way to tell the size combined?

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OS X :: Multiple Folder Sizes In Finder?

Dec 24, 2009

In windows / linux, you can highlight multiple folders, right click > properties, and get info on how many files / folders you have selected, and how big they are combined... How do you do this in os x? When you do "get info" on multiple items, it opens individual info windows for each item.

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Calculate The Open Directory Size Of Every User Account?

Jun 13, 2012

We use on our Server the OD. About 25 User can ue with their Account every Computer in the Office. Now wo saw the size of the harddrive has very less free space. When we click Apple-I on the users we see it is very low space uses, but this is because all the private folders are blocked. Is their a way to calculate the Open Directory size of every User Account? 

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OS X :: Menu Font Sizes In Snow Leopard?

Sep 11, 2010

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OS X :: Changing Snow Leopard File Sizes From Base 10?

Sep 12, 2009

You've probably heard that SL is measuring 1GB as 1000MB, instead of the proper 1024MB.

Is there any way to change this back?

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Mar 18, 2012

i'm trying to get the file size displayed in the finder.i can right click on an individual file to 'get info' and find the size, but can the size be displayed routinely in the finder?i tried to 'view options' but 'size' and 'calculate size' are greyed out and cannot be checked.

Info:
imac 27"

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Delete Level Sizes - Zebra Printer

Apr 14, 2012

Ok, so, thanks to Snow Leopard being unable to save paper size preferences, is there a way to go in and delete other sizes from the preferences? We just installed a Zebra printer and we need to print to 2.25"x4.00" and instead of having to pick that every time, I just want to delete the other options...

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Applications :: Utility To Calculate Disk Folder Size

Sep 20, 2009

I forgot the name of a small app that allows to browse a disk and calculate folder sizes in order to clean a disk. I think the icon was a disk with a broom over it.

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Automator Workflow To TAR Multiple Files In A Single Directory Into Multiple TAR Archives In Succession?

Jun 12, 2012

I have set up an automator service that TAR's a folder into an archive for me and it works quite nicely. Idealy however, I would like to be able to highlight several folders, right click and have automator tar each folder into it's own TAR archive, but do it one by one.  

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I'm not 100% sure so I guess it would be a good time to verify, is there a problem with having the system try to TAR multiple folders at one time? If it is not a problem then I guess this discussion itself is pointless and I can simple right click on each folder and select "TAR Folder" and just wait until they're all finished. I would think that it would be ideal for the system to do each one individually and not try to do them all at one time. 

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: How To Copy The Folder Structure Without The Folder Contents

Apr 28, 2012

I would like to create an archive of important application installers and I will sync the contents between two systems MacPro and Macbook Pro. 

I need to pull the names of the application/developers from somewhere so I figured I would use the Application Support directory. 

So I need a way to copy this directories folder structure without any of the file contents.  Is there an easy way to do this.  I found a post with an Automator script but the link is dead [URL]

I also found this post that refers to doing it in terminal but since it is the app support directory I am wary to do this as I am not familiar with terminal at all and I am not clear on what exactly to write in the old_dir / new_dir section.  I figure it would be something like this /Library/Application Support but I dont want to make a mistake. 

Here is the Terminal command:

cd old_dir
find . -type d -depth -print | cpio -pd new_dir  

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OS X :: Multiple Snow Leopard Updates

Nov 12, 2010

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OS X :: Snow Leopard - Cannot Do Multiple Get Info Permissions At Once?

Nov 7, 2009

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Install It On Multiple Computers?

Feb 6, 2012

Where can I find the license agreement that states whether or not I'm able to install Snow Leopard on multiple computers?

Info:Mac OS X (10.6.2)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Multiple Addressees In Mail

Feb 8, 2012

I sent an e-mail thru mail in Snow Leopard using my MobileMe account to 3 addressees all in the "To" section. After I sent it I checked my sent messages and it only showed that it was sent to the first addressee on the list. Did I do something wrong? Should I have placed two of the addressees in the "CC" section? This is an important e-mail. How can I check to make certain that it went thru to all three recipients?

Info:
iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.7), 27" iMac 3.06 GHz Core 2 Duo, 8GB 1

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OS X :: Can't Move Multiple Items To Trash In Snow Leopard?

Sep 7, 2009

Has anyone else got this issue? You have a bunch of files you want to move to trash. You highlight them all, then right click, but "Move to trash" is missing from the menu.

If I highlight just one, the "move to trash" option is there. But disappears when multiple items are selected.

Anyone else had this problem? Is there a fix I can do to get "move to trash" for multiple selected items back?

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OS X :: Snow Leopard Single-user On Multiple Systems?

Apr 17, 2010

I have bought myself a copy of Snow Leopard, single user upgrade version ($29). I have not yet installed it, but I'm curious:

Lets say I install it on my MacBook Pro and that in a few months I buy a SSD to replace my current HDD. I would probably opt to go for a clean install (I am pondering whether or not to do it now) and copy over some important files. Would this work? Or would the install disk see my new SSD as another computer?

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Multiple External Drives Failed

Mar 15, 2012

This is the third drive that has failed since I was assigned this Mac Pro at work a few weeks ago, and the drive was purchased less than a week ago. The other two were older drives. They would suddenly stop being readable. Sometimes there was a problem ejecting the drive before it stopped becomeing readable (message would say the drive couldn't be ejected because another program is using it, when there were no programs open). One of them eventually mounted again and I recovered some of the files (but some files weren't readable when I tried to copy them). But that was just luck as they all seem now to be consistently unreadable. When I plug them in I get the message: "The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer". same if I plug it into a different computer. And when I try to repair, it shows this: http://i.imgur.com/ivK9d.png. When it happed to the second drive, I just thought it was a fluke... but now a third, brand new drive? Something about the computer must be causing it.

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Mar 17, 2012

What's the Best Way to Organize Multiple Related Contacts?It may be a Couple or a Family with common Address and Phone, but different names and birthdates.Then I try to put them all in one contact listing.It may be a Large Business where you want to keep track of information about a dozen different people's address, phone, depart, title, email etc. But It still would be nice to be able to pull up one entry with all the business's information.

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Set Up Multiple Email Addresses On One Mac Account ?

May 6, 2012

Can i set up multiple e-mail addresses on one mac account

Info:MacBook, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Multiple Websites: Only 1 Connected To Mac?

May 7, 2012

I recently took a position where the previous person didn't leave much in the way of processes or instruction. There are several existing domains, purchased from GoDaddy, hosted locally on our server. I am working on adding a new site and purchased the domain below.  I have changed all the zone settings in GoDaddy's DNS manager and have duplicated an existing *.conf fie in the Apache2 folder making the changes within the file to the directory and the domain name.  I have also added the directory and set it to be a sharepoint as well as adjusted the permissions. 

Info:
Mac OS X (10.6.8), Mac OS X Server

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Handling Multiple Email Accounts In Mail?

Mar 8, 2012

workflow for handling multiple email accounts in Mac Mail? i am returning from Postbox (which seems to have had "Accounts" that I could organize these in) and I am not sure how to handle them in Mac Mail.

i have two websites with multiple email addresses and I have a gmail and a me.com address etc etc.

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Multiple Websites Using File Sharing On Server?

May 2, 2012

I recently started a position where the previous person left me very little information. I am not familiar with hosting locally as I have always used GoDaddy.   There are several sites set up, so I have some "template" to go off of, but I need the basics.If i purchase the domain somewhere and the multiple sites are hosted on a single IP, how can I direct to a specific folder? Do I just create a folder within the volume all others are then make it a shared folder?  Set the protocol options to match one that is alread there?Is there a beginers guide to this, and all the settings and options available somewhere? 

Info:
Mac OS X (10.6.8), Mac OS X Server

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Home Directories When Installing On Multiple Partitions

May 11, 2012

I have a macpro setup with two partitions.Originally one partition assigned to Snow Leopard.I log in using a network user (using OSX server) and that user has local Admin rights.I setup a new instance of Snow Leopard on the secondary Partition and logged in using the network user.This had the effect of using the partition 1 Home directory for this user and I can't get the secondary partition to use itself for storing the users home directory.The workaround I have is to log in to Partition 2 snow leopard with a local admin user then temporarily rename the Users folder on partition 1. Next login to partition 2 as the network user, then everything gets created on partition 2 as expected.Finally rename the Partition 1 Users folder back.Now I can log in to either partitoin with the same user and have different local home setups.

Anyone else had this or is there a better procedure for setting up multiple partitions? The same happens with LION. I need to keep a snowleoapard partition with all the setup I currently have, but start a new LION partition.I don't want any cross contamination, hence the requirement for separation.

Info:
Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.7)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Make And Distribute And Image To Multiple Macbooks?

May 29, 2012

I am looking for a nice tidy option to create an image of a "master" client and distribute to a group of student Macbooks.  All the Macbooks are the same model and are all running Snow Leopard (though they were released with Leopard).  Initially, one of the teachers created a user account (called student) with all the software and settings that we needed,  on one of them and used Migration Assistant to copy that account to the others. 

I prefer to have a master image I can restore to at any time. I figure that Disk Utility will do the job - I'm just not 100% sure of which steps to take. So far I have created my "master" macbook that is set up just the way I want it. Next I was going to attach it to the mac I use to run everything on (ARD etc) via firewire and boot the master in Target mode. Then I would run Disk Utility on my mac and use the New Image button to create an image called "studentPOD.dmg"  (There is room on my mac for this, or I can put it on an external USB disk) Is this correct, and once I have the image, how do I get it onto the other Macbooks?  Is there anything special I have to do to make it bootable?  They all part of a student POD and can be re-imaged at anytime without worrying about losing data...so I can afford to experiment... 

Info:
MacBook, Mac OS X (10.6.8), Disk Utility

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Epson Laser Prints Low On Multiple Pages / Copies

Mar 12, 2012

I have an Epson AcuLaser C2600 which I got some years ago and which has run fine on 10.3, 10.4 and until recently on 10.6. It has suddenly started printing second and later copies of a single page document about 3cm lower on the page than it should. It does the same on pages after the first page in multi-page documents. This does not always happen but does for much or even most of the time. This happens in various applications. Sometimes the printer shows a 'Check paper size' warning but does not stop.

Discussions with Epson have led to checking Print and Fax preferences, Page Set Up, Extended Printer Settings (all of which I'd done) and making some changes to the printer control panel connected to Paper Size and Auto Continue. The problem remains and discussions continue. It is worth commenting that something like this seems to have been an Epson issue for some time but the suggested solutions have not worked for me.

I have stuck on 10.6.7 because there seemed to be a number of printer issues with 10.6.8 and as everything was fine (and I like a quiet life).I have made no OS updates so it is hard to understand why this has suddenly started (unless it is a hardware issue). I recently installed Pages 4.1, the only other changes have been things like updating browsers (and adding a couple of extensions) and other applications.

Info:
mini 2.4 8GB, PB G4 1.67 15" 512MB, ASUS EeePC 701, OS 10.6.7, 10.4.11, Linux

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Swapping Multiple Hard Drives For Time Machine Backups?

Apr 12, 2012

I would like to always have one external hard drive attached to my iMac for Time Machine backups, and another external hard drive off site - periodically swapping the two. The though is that if there is fire or theft, it won't help to have a hard drive onsite attached to the computer, because both the iMac and the hard drive could be lost. Is Time Machine smart enough to allow me to configure two drives, so that whenever I plug in one of the drives, it can figure out what needs to be backed up?

Info:
27' iMac i7 Quad-Core, Mac OS X (10.6.2)

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OS X Server V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Backup Multiple Computers Using Time Machine To Single Drive

Jun 11, 2012

Is it possible to backup multiple computers to a single external drive connected to an Xserve using Time machine? We have a Six TB external drive that we are connecting to an Xserve that has three drives. We want to backup the entire

Info:
Xserve, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X :: No Workflows Folder In Snow Leopard?

Aug 29, 2009

I have a clean install of Snow Leopard and am trying to get some of my automator scripts working. Under Leopard, I could right-click on the desktop and select one of my workflows from the menu under Automator. Now, there is no ~/Library/Workflows folder in Snow Leopard and Automator doesn't have the Save as plugin option anymore. Does anyone know how to use automator scripts in Snow Leopard that doesn't involve opening Automator every time?

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OS X :: Can't Type To Folder In Snow Leopard

Oct 22, 2009

I've had this problem since I upgraded to SL and I'm finally looking for a solution, as it's mildly annoying So anytime I'm opening up a file browser window within an app - say, to upload or save a file in Firefox, or to open a file in any old program - I used to be able to navigate to a folder on my keyboard by typing the first letter or two of the name. Now, however, when I try to do that, nothing happens except the Mac makes that dull "thud" sound. Now, if I navigate inside a folder (by pressing the right arrow key) and then go back out (press the left arrow key), then it works like a charm. But what a pain!

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OS X :: Snow Leopard Folder Compression?

Nov 25, 2009

When I right click a folder and select "Compress", it goes to about 99% and stalls... Doesn't budge, no beachball, it just doesn't move forever. I'm running Snow Leopard 10.6.2, anyone else having this issue? I did a clean install.

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