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How do I connect using Cocoa MySQL?

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I have installed Cocoa MySQL for MAC and I need some tips on how to connect to my localhost. I am using MAMP as my developing tool. I am not sure what to place in these fields to connect?

Host: ?
Socket*: ?
User: ?
Password: ?
Port*: ?
Database: ?

Any ideas for this newbie would be greatly appreciated!
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Host: ?                         e.g. localhost
Socket*: ?                    e.g. 111
User: ?                         e.g. you have created a user to access DB
Password: ?                e.g. password of above user
Port*: ?                         e.g. 3306
Database: ?                 e.g. try creating a new DB and then assign that name here
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