All about textClipping and pictClipping files: what they are, and how to access the data within them.
Diagram summarising how Finder Aliases work, including their resolution. And how to confuse QuickLook thumbnails.
Finder Aliases can update their path information when they are resolved. Also some differences between Aliases and Bookmarks.
Details of some of the information stored inside Bookmarks and Finder aliases, and a new version of Precize to show you that info.
How to make different types of copy/clone/link/alias in the Finder and command line, their properties and uses, summarised in two table.
If you thought the first article was lightweight fun, here’s more about links/aliases to folders, behaviour in apps, iCloud, and Bookmarks.
Mojave has 5 different types of copy/clone/alias/link, some of which can appear to behave oddly. Here they are, fully explained.
Its increasingly hard to know where your files are, when you let Sierra manage your storage using iCloud. This is not a neat illusion, but a confusing deception.
How can I fix copy and paste in Word so that the pasted content assumes the style of adjacent text?