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Auto-Hide Mac OS Menu ToolBar

A simple plist hack does the same thing on a per-app basis. To hack an app so that when it’s active, the menubar and dock are hidden, you need to find its info.plist file. Control-click on the program in question, choose Show Package Contents from the pop-up menu, and then navigate into the Contents folder.


Once there, add the following to the file:



Be sure that it goes in alphabetical order, otherwise it won’t work (i.e. LSUIPresentationMode goes after LSMinimumSystemVersion but beforeNSAppleScriptEnabled). Save the file and enjoy.


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Configure CheckPoint VPN SecureClient 256-bit encryption on Mac OSX Snow Leopard (10.6) 64bits

Download CheckPoint VPN SecureClient for Mac OSX Snow Leopard (10.6) 64bits

After CheckPoint VPN SecureClient installation, open a terminal and do the following

sudo vi /opt/CPsrsc-50/database/users.C

Change the phase2_aes_key_size to 256

Save and exit users.C file.

Restart SecureClient.


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