the empty set

Panther: caps lock warning and automount

A couple of cute ones:

A caps lock symbol appears on the right of the password field when running Safari under Panthers.

Automount a network volume at startup (or login) by simply dragging the mounted volume to the list of your startup items. Check the "Add password to keychain" option and the volume will automatically mount at each login.
This one's for you Enrique ;)

Ø permalink: https://davidroessli.com/logs/2003/10/panther_caps_lock_warning_and/

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