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I have used Mac for a week only (3 or 4 months ago). IIRC it is accessible via Finder -> File -> Get Info. Also try standard windows approach -- right click option (Mac has an option to differentiate between left and right clicks on single button mouse, at least on the mouse I have used. I think it is turned on by default on modern desktop computers, but no guarantees).

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The question is about phpstorm.
I just thought maybe my mac ignorance was the culprit.
When I start phpstorm it tells me I can save memory by switching from 64 to 32 bit mode.
I tried to fiollow the instructions for doing so.
The instructions asks me to click some button/icon. I am haing trouble locating it.
In the original post there is a link. Have a quick boo at that page.

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That is exactly what I was talking about: locate PhpStorm on your Mac (select it)
now try right click (if such option is allowed for your Mac mouse)
or use Menu -> File -> Get Info

As I have mentioned earlier I have used Mac for 1 week or so and it was few months ago and that is what I remember about how to get to that option (sorry, I do not remember any of the shortcuts).

I'm sure tomorrow you will have proper answer from real/full time Mac user.

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You are so right !
Thank you for your patience and help.

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