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Use Hyperswitch. I just stumbled on this posting now, and did some digging and found this nice "new" app. https://bahoom.com/hyperswitch Works well for me (basically turns your mac's application-switching into a windows-style task-switching environment <- much more intuitive especially when working w/ multiple screens/spaces).
You cannot remove a Preview.app signature in Yosemite. This is a bug. It would almost make sense if signing a document froze the entire document,but you can edit every other annotation. I've tried masking a signature with a filled box, then overlaying a signature on that. It seems to work and the document saves, but on opening tne new signature is gone. ...
This worked for me on El Capitan http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/24714/refresh-finder
Moom is pretty awesome and will allow you to do #1 and #2. https://manytricks.com/moom/
It is using postfix. At a high-level, when you execute the mail command, the following is happening: Invoking mail drops your message as a file in the postfix maildrop directory, i.e., /var/spool/postfix/maildrop. This happens because mail calls sendmail which calls postdrop which puts the file in the maildrop. The postfix main daemon, master is ...
You can use: sudo wash -i en1 to scan wifi networks on macos
Yes but on certain systems like my Mac Pro 2,1 it will not upgrade to 64bit OS and this is the first hang up I have found trying to upgrade iTunes which leads me to this upgrade for some reason
Go to the Chrome menu bar, click on "More Tools" → "Encoding" and choose a new encoding format. I am using "Unicode UTF-8", it seems to work for me.
There's also a way to make the volume decrease in 1/4 steps by default. There's a tool you can install called Karabiner, and it already has this logic built in. So just install it, open the preferences, search for fine grained volume controls, click it, and bam! It just works. What's great is that it switches it so the typical fine-grained keyboard command ...
OK, this might be somewhat opinion-based, however... Possible, yes. Worth it, no. Possible There are tools & online guides far too long to repro or précis here on how to achieve it. It requires hacking the firmware & needs re-hacking at each update - These guides from MacRumors are as good as they get, one for Yosemite & another for El Capitan. ...
You must have a mouse plugged in. In System Preferences > General, under the "Show Scroll bars" section, there are three options: Automatically based on mouse or trackpad When scrolling Always Each act differently. Automatically... with a mouse plugged in will show the scroll bars. When you are just on the trackpad, the scroll bars will be hidden ...
I had this issue and couldn't resolve it this way because I had a 4gb swap drive (ubuntu linux) that needed to be turned off before disk utility could remove it. Steps: boot to to Ubuntu Live CD (I used an EFI boot via usb) open gparted via terminal $ sudo gparted look for a partition with a key symbol on it's same line right click the key symbol and ...
I can think of two way. Opera In addition to Fullscreen Mode, Opera has a Presentation Mode. It is a fullscreen window without any UI. Classic Theme Restorer & Tree Style Tab Addons. CTR allows you to hide toolbars, while TST autoshow/hide tabbar when the cursor is near an edge of the screen.
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