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There is indeed some software which will help you remind shortcuts. You will find a list of official shorcuts here at apple.com. To learn shortcuts, I find Eve the most appealing. Everytime you are using your mouse to execute a command or action, Eve will remind you of the shortcut which you can use for the next time. Eve supports Mavericks, Lion and ...
You can also use gpgtools (https://gpgtools.org) it is got all the possible GPG tools you are probably going to need (they also have a gpg plugin for Apple Mail) and adds Services for signing/encrypting/decrypting/etc. to the contextual menu (right-click->Services).
Create a new service with automator so your wife can decrypt the file using the contextual menu in the Finder. Create an Automator service Service receives selected files or folders in Finder Add a Run Shell Script action. Add your code: gpg -d $1 Save the service. It is now available in the Finder via Right click > Service > youServiceName.
There are two apps that I've investigated: Sleep Cycle Rise Sleep Cycle has an alarm that gets louder, whilst also waking you during a "window" of the most opportune time, so you feel brighter and fresher. Both have a setting for weekends and days of the week so you can set the alarm for whatever days you want. I recommend both. At the moment I'm using ...
http://abvio.com/runmeter/ will speak your stats: Hear stats automatically at time or distance intervals, or on-demand with your earphone remote. I've reported several bugs and enhancements to the developer and they have many features baked into the app and tuning of parameters if needed. I would buy their app on the assumption it can cycle that fast and ...
I've been a fan of Apple's Hardware Test (AHT), built into newer Macs and available on restore DVDs for older Macs, for several years now. It allows for both a quick test (basic memory tests, basic test for other components and a quick HD scan) and an extended test. The extended test runs full verification tests on the RAM, the basic hardware tests and a ...
You might run a script like this in AppleScript Editor: tell application "Safari" set w to window 1 set namelist to name of tabs of window 1 repeat with i from 1 to (count namelist) set item i of namelist to (i & " " & (item i of namelist)) as text end repeat set answer to choose from list namelist with multiple ...
vSSH for iPhone and iPad. There is a free lite version. Ad is quite annoying, but functionality and usability are fantastic. There is also OS X version and it's possible to share connections between all these apps via iCloud.
There's an application called SemanticMerge for Mac. SemanticMerge, as the name says :-), is a tool able to merge based on code structure instead of blocks of text. It basically means it parses the code first and then merges based on methods, classes and so on, so it is quite refactor friendly since it can match methods/functions even when they've been ...
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