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I feel very stupid, but I hope somebody would like to help me. I would like to try Joomla, and I am Newbie with MAC.
I installed MAMP, Installed an local host, but used a wrong port. I would like to chance the apache port to 8888. It should be easy, just change the ports in the MAMP program under Preferences... I really can't find Preferences.
Somebody here who can show me the way...?
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