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You can use builtin Preview.app for adding arrows, shapes, text, magnifying glass etc. It's not as lightweight as Skitch mentioned by @jherran, but does the job You need.
You should try Skitch. It does exactly what you want, take screenshot, put arrows, etc. Get your point across with fewer words using annotation, shapes and sketches, so that your ideas become reality faster.
QuollEyeTree has many of these features http://binnie.id.au/QuollEyeTree.html It was designed as a XTree/ZTreeWin implementation for OSX.
Why not just use an SSH Tunnel via OSX's built in Terminal?... Launch an SSH tunnel To initiate your SSH tunnel, simply [open Mac OSX / Linux Terminal] and connect to your remote server via SSH with the following flags: ssh -D 8080 -C -N email@example.com This will launch our SSH tunnel on port 8080 and route all traffic (securely) through the ...
Preview is quite lightweight, in terms of start up time. Plus, in OS X 10.10 Yosemite, you can use the markup that are part of Preview.app from within Mail.app (as soon as you have the Markup extension enabled (see System Preferences > Extensions > Actions). Depending on the way you want to create your snapshots (i.e., for instance, including menus and the ...
Moom You can: Move & Zoom to Full Screen Move & Zoom to Left Half Move & Zoom to Right Half Move & Zoom to Top Half Move & Zoom to Bottom Half Move & Zoom to Top Left Quarter Move & Zoom to Top Right Quarter Move & Zoom to Bottom Right Quarter Move & Zoom to Bottom Left Quarter Define size and position and assign a ...
Pinta is a free, open source drawing/editing program modeled after Paint.NET. Its goal is to provide users with a simple yet powerful way to draw and manipulate images on Linux, Mac, and Windows. http://pinta-project.com/
I've had much success with Mac's inbuilt Keychain Access. http://www.macworld.com/article/2013756/how-to-manage-passwords-with-keychain-access.html
Depending on your technical inclination, you might want to try Spectacle, or install (using the terminal) something like Mjolnir.
BetterTouchTool (blog.boastr.net) does just this. I find it very convenient to use with a trackpad: by tapping in different parts of the trackpad I can snap windows to the corresponding region of the screen, one of the most useful features of BetterTouchTool (but it has many many more, check it out!)
Haven't seen anything on Dwell for mac unfortunately. I've started playing with BetterTouchTool since Jitouch hasn't updated for Yosemite. BTT seems more versatile if not as nicely predefined. BTT enables assigning actions to trackpad gestures or mouse. I don't know how to integrate dwell clicking, sounds interesting.
If you use the Apple Magic Mouse you can change between spaces by "Swipe left or right with two fingers". You should check if you have active this option on System Preferences → Mouse → More Gestures. Additionally, if you want to change it with only one hand, you could change the shortcut for "Move left a space" and "Move right a space" under System ...
The closest analog I know of for general purpose document organizing in an "everything box" similar to iPhoto/iTunes would be Yojimbo. http://www.barebones.com/products/Yojimbo/ It lets you catalog and organize information in quite powerful ways. Also check out Evernote if you want files to be in the cloud and don't already use a service for syncing. ...
If you're managing a lot of PDFs, I like Papers. It's intended for researchers to manage research papers. I've found it handy for managing other sorts of documents. It lets you specify plenty of metadata, organize documents into collections, and take notes about your documents. It also sounds like you could use a great primer on using the Finder. ...
Aria2 bundled with WebUI is the best you can get on mac. All you have to do is run Aria from terminal and open WebUI in browser. Features Multi-Connection Download. aria2 can download a file from multiple sources/protocols and tries to utilize your maximum download bandwidth. Really speeds up your download experience. Lightweight. aria2 doesn’t require ...
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