Records the original URL from which a file was downloaded. Valuable for establishing the origins of files.
Contains arbitrary copyright information which remains ‘sticky’ and is not stripped when most metadata are removed from files.
We’re easily convinced of the reality of 2D images – as when early audiences panicked as the Lumières’ train ran at them in a movie. How has our exposure to pictures changed, though?
The Desktop and Finder illusions rely on files having a type and creator, and an icon association. These were kept in the Desktop Database, and are now the responsibility of Launch Services.
Used to override the global mapping for any given file type, this reflects the Finder’s individual setting for a document.
Contains the legacy file type and creator information dating back to Classic Mac OS, plus 24 bytes of undocumented flags. Very common.
As his style became more distinctive, he painted fine religious set-pieces, and some superb and enigmatic secular works.
Running High Sierra? Do you keep your Photos Library on an external drive? Do you realise that backing it up using Time Machine is likely to be a waste of time?
A curious short tale of an unfortunate death, then the divine conspiracy which led to the death of its greatest warrior, Achilles, in the Trojan War. More Rubens…
Now offers three different ways of checking for updates, which should be compatible with El Capitan, Sierra, and High Sierra.