Control your Mac from any where with Hazel and Dropbox

This is a simple idea of how to control your Mac from your iPhone or iPad or another Mac any where just use Dropbox and Hazel .

Hazel watches whatever folders you tell it to, automatically organizing your files according to the rules you create. It features a rule interface similar to that of Apple Mail so you should feel right at home. Have Hazel move files around based on name, date, type, what site/email address it came from (Safari and Mail only) and much more. Automatically put your music in your Music folder, movies in Movies. Keep your downloads off the desktop and put them where they are supposed to be

Here is a simple example

The steps on your Mac.

Create a folder in dropbox :

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Adding Jquery to a Quicklook plugin

A while back I wrote a Quicklook plugin that displayed some text related to image files.

But I wanted to be able to show additional information when the user clicked a button or hovers over an image . The plugin uses a HTML  construction to put the preview together. Apple has examples on how to do this in its Qucklook Plugin introduction . So I am not going to go into that here. But what I was missing was how to use  Jquery.  The Quicklook plugin is sandboxed and is not allowed to load any data from the outside world.

The simple answer is add the jquery Library file to your bundle and then reference it in the html.

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