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GraphicConverter ($40 shareware) is the "Swiss Army Knife" of graphics applications. The list of what it can do & the file types it can handle runs to pages, far too much to even précis here. The one thing it's very good at is 'not doing anything you didn't ask it to do' so for instance, it won't add an alpha channel if all you want to do is rotate an ...


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It's interesting - no one has mentioned Karabiner. it has ton of options for different things, the one I like called "Tab mode", where you can switch between apps by holding Tab key and using either arrows or HJKL keys (especially favored by Vim users). Tab+I to cycle through open windows of the current app. I love Karabiner, it's the app that made me ...


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Have you tried doing it the iTunes way? iTunes -> iPhone -> Applications -> HiCalculator -> Remove


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Go into Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage > Storage: Manage Storage. The app should appear in this list. Find it, touch it, and then scroll down to "Delete."


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I made a configuration which is a sort of Airplane mode for MacOS X, and am regurlaly using since more than 10 years with no problem and a lot of advantages (when under attack, when troubleshooting a process with network problems...). See: Airplane mode for MacOS X


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why not just remove the Ethernet cable and only connect via WiFi which is so easy, just turn Airport off when you don't want to be connected from the menu bar. Sorted


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Damnit. I searched for a while but without using the keywords "airplane mode osx" which only came to me when I edited my question here. Research using these words led to a very useful answer available here : http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20130325002258846 If you go to the Network pane of System Preferences, you'll see a Location popup ...


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No, is not necessary. You can upload your app from both Xcode or Application Loader. Application Loader is a tool to help you upload your apps to iTunes Connect. It’s particularly helpful if your app includes In-App Purchase products that need to be configured for the app. Application Loader is explained in Using Application Loader. Application ...


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Most people, myself included, ask family, friends, and co-workers to help test. Depending on the technical details of what you want tested, you can also put out calls for testers on Twitter and Facebook. There are also websites that will help find testers for you, especially for games. Toucharcade is a good site for finding game testers.


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A proper bundle identifier should not have a space in it. According to Apple's App Distribution Guide -> About Bundle IDs, a "...bundle ID string must be a uniform type identifier (UTI) that contains only alphanumeric characters (A-Z,a-z,0-9), hyphen (-), and period (.). The string should be in reverse-DNS format. For example, if your ...


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The simplest might be to just bypass the App Store altogether & get the update manually - this will only work if you are already on El Capitan, any version, which the App Store picture would indicate you are. Just fetch the 10.11.4 Combo Updater directly from Apple. This will bypass the App Store's delta updater, & also likely clean up whatever is ...


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I resolved my problem by updating the iOS to the latest (9.3.1) & everything starts updating again. I am also able to download new apps again.


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cheat allows you to create and view interactive cheatsheets on the command-line. It was designed to help remind *nix system administrators of options for commands that they use frequently, but not frequently enough to remember. https://github.com/chrisallenlane/cheat They also have a wiki page listing similar projects.


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For what it's worth, I found that the Amazon Music Helper app was refusing to quit and prevented me from reinstalling over the app. Activity Monitor revealed that the helper was housed in the app itself. I deleted that and was able to reinstall the newest version.


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You can do that with a freeware app called RCDefaultApp. It's ancient, but still works on El Capitan. You can define the default app for any URL scheme. I don't have one for github, but this shows how you can set, for example, ftps specifically to any installed app that supports the protocol.


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I've just released an app like this: Qbserve It knows productivity rates for thousands of sites and apps. Plus there's a unique feature: separate tracking for time spent in chats (Skype, Slack, and Telegram). All the tracked information is stored locally in a SQLite database, so you can connect other applications to it.


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I haven't found the one I like and I created it myself, Qbserve. It fits most of your requirements: native stand-alone OS X app detects idle time comes for a flat fee ($30, though it will be $40 in future) no separation by client but you can create specific categories for your projects and assign different windows to these categories no billing support ...


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Many times (not every time) this is because of a Keychain certificate/network issue. You can try turning off Certificates and see if this helps. After you do this, restart the MacBook, finish the installations, then turn Certificates back on. Go to Keychain Access --> Preferences --> Certificates. See the image below.


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Perhaps the terminal command 'apropos' could be of use. For example... 'apropos remote' should show commands for carrying out remote operations.


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Try Dash. Dash is an API Documentation Browser and Code Snippet Manager. Dash stores snippets of code and instantly searches offline documentation sets for 150+ APIs ... You can even generate your own docsets or request docsets to be included.


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Here's some steps you can use to try to fix this. Credit goes here: Confirm cellular data is enabled by going to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Try turning Airplane mode on and off again by going to Settings > Airplane Mode Go to Settings > General > Restrictions > Cellular Data Use, make sure “Don’t Allow Changes” is toggled off, ...


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I use CheatSheet which pops up a window if you press the Command key long enough and displays all currently available keyboard shortcuts.


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All you need to do is right click on the file that you want to open, click "get info" (in the dropdown list) then click "Open with" After that, select the application you want to open it up with, and select "Change all" Hope this helps!


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You just click the "edit blacklist" button add the websites. Pretty simple.


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It sounds like you are just looking for something like Edraw Max. It's a vector drawing software with minimum learning curve. Can draw any graphic you like and save to SVG, PNG, PS, PDF, JPEG, etc. Support Mac, Windows and Linux.


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Why not try Edraw Max - A nice Visio replacement that includes the Calendar drawing suite you want. I like the appearance of its interface. Not much too learn, no difficult commands. It could import/export Visio files. Easy to pulish to PDF, Word, JPEG, PNG, Html, SVG, etc.


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Launchpad data is stored in a SQLite 3 database located at: $HOME/Library/Application Support/Dock/UUID_Type_Filename.db Example: 3BF614D8-048E-344B-9775-AA8ED64B3564.db Whether or not you'll be able to successfully edit it depends on your SQL skills. You could always just delete the file, probably best from Recovery HD, and it will rebuild itself when ...


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For applications in OS X, you can search for functions and keyboard shortcuts through an application's "Help" menu. This is similar to Cloud9's commands menu.


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In iOS 9 or newer, you can head into Settings and then Battery on their iPhones for a list of all the apps that are using the students' batteries. Tap anywhere on the list of apps that appears in settings there to reveal exactly how long each app has been open in the last 24 hours or the last 7 days. No need to install an app, no need to configure anything. ...


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You can use the iOS app called Hooked. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hooked-app-habit-tracker/id966290813?mt=8


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You can place a link to the contents/macos/app in a location that is in the users path. You don't need to have a separate binary with this approach but your app does need to handle command line arguments. That is not hard to do, but the details of that are beyond the scope of this site.


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I turned the phone off, on, and re-synched with iTunes and now it works.


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Go to Settings - General - Storage & iCloud Usage - Storage: Manage Storage. You can also delete apps from here.


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Generally speaking, only applications that were installed via drag and drop can be directly transferred from one drive to another via drag and drop. Applications that use installers, such as Microsoft Office does, have to be properly installed from their installation media and you will need the product key in the case of Microsoft Office. If you have a ...


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In Finder go to Applications → Utilities, and run Migration Assistant app. It will help you restore your backed up data including email.


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For a single script, it is no possible to create a unique icon that's sits near the clock such as the wifi icon for example. There may be unique AppleScript plugins that enable this, but I'm not aware of any. If you need one icon from which you can run a bunch of different scripts, there are tools like FastScripts that enable this. OS X also enables ...


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Now you can also run a Terminal Command using Powerpack. Create a "Blank Workflow" On the top right corner, click on the plus sign and choose the trigger you want. Click the same plus sign and now choose Actions -> Terminal Command and type whatever command you would like to run


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This app does the trick. It will save files to the camera roll. You can turn off the movie rendering. IntervalCam - Create Timelapse Movies by TritheCat Studio https://appsto.re/us/RunTR.i



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