They might not be in the range of your transducer. Also in shallow water the fish will move to other areas until things settle down. Try using your trolling motor
1. what kind of battery would i need for a hummingbird piranah max 210 fish finder and where could i purchase one?
best bet is too get a small deep cycle battery like walmart or sams club or cabelas or bass pro all has them they will run around 20 to 200 $ deeping on how good of a one you want and how long you want it too last
2. Finder view options "use as defaultsâ does nothing
You should not do this with a folder in the sidebar: that is only an alias. Do the same with a folder in the Homefolder and it works: check the most above views: always open in icon view and browse in icon view
3. Easiest way to create a new text file in a Finder window on OSX
Nufile does exactly what you want - right click contextual menu for file creation in finder. You can create most any type of file, define template files etc.The image is for Tiger, in Leopard the 'New file' is a sub-menu of 'More'.
4. What's triggering my Finder's CPU binges?
Change the finder > preferences > General "New Finder Window Show" option to anything but "All my files". This helps a lot
5. File not visible in Finder
From this tutorial on MacWorld, here is a way to show hidden files in the Finder:Open a terminal, and enter this command at the Bash prompt:Then restart the Finder with the following command (also from terminal):The next time you open a Finder window, your hidden files should be visible.To echo what Oliver said, you can also use chflags to alter the "hidden" property on a specific file. (chflags man page)
6. Can the finder edit mp3 sound file tags like artist?
In iTunes you can change a field (artist, album, ...) of multiple mp3 files at once. If you do not want to use iTunes (what is the alternative on OSX?), I will think you will have to use a special editor (like ID3 editor) to do so
7. Finder crashing about once a minute: Segmentation Fault
It seems like the Google Drive sync app was causing the problem. This was something that was enabled before sending my laptop in for repairs. Disabling it now, the crashes have stopped. I do not know what is wrong with it and I have not tried reinstalling it to fix it
8. Add Folder to Finder Favorites using Terminal
Navigate to the parent of your newly created folder (cd ..) and run open . Your newly created folder should appear in Finder. Select it, press File -> Add to sidebar. Your folder is now present on the Favourites column
9. In Finder's List view, is there a keyboard shortcut to go to top/bottom of list?
Control-Option-Up and Control-Option-Down appear to work in El Capitan
10. Using American Fact Finder to download data for all block groups in state at same time?
Deep linking is a beautiful thing that fulfills this need exceptionally. For instance, do you want the Urban/Rural status of the population by Block Group (aka Table P2)? Well, just build some links to them. Admittedly, you will have to build a few links though (e. g. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 ). I built those links to pull all block groups by state among many states per link. They only issue was that I had to observe a record limit of 50,000 so the approximate 220,000 Block Groups had to be broken up into 5 links. FYI: If you want to build different tables, just change the P2 in each of the links to match some other 2010 Decennial Census SF1 Table
11. Add custom network device icons in Mac OS X Finder?
This is probably only worthy of being a comment to Adam's answer, but I need formatting.In Windows, assuming iTunes or Bonjour for Windows is installed, you can advertise a samba share with the following:Dns-sd wo not exit, and if you Ctrl-C or close cmd, the share will disappear from Finder. I can only manage to use the default OSX icons, despite Adam's helpful sample file (it might be a 10. 6 vs. 10. 8 issue. .. there are plist differences between his and 10.8's). Also, I am having a heck of a time figuring out how to get windows to run this command and shut it down at poweron/poweroff and wake/sleep (though, to shut down dns-sd from a bat script you would just use taskkill)