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Do Not Disturb has Manual or Timer modes, though it is fixed times, not 'until alarm goes off' Details at Use Do Not Disturb on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch With Do Not Disturb, you can silence calls, alerts, and notifications that you get while your device is locked. You can also schedule a time or choose who you'll allow calls from. Turn Do Not ...


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I was looking at this old post to do the same and i came with a simple method. 1 - Get Inscape, also works on Windows. Open source by the way. 2 - Open it, push File, modify document properties to the desired finished resolution. 3 - Import desired pictures into the document and move around, stretch, bend, etc. 4 - Export to chosen file type. 5 - Use all ...


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Might be interesting if you have a MacBook... http://mac360.com/2011/05/free-add-motion-detector-security-to-your-mac/ iAlertU is an alarm system for your Apple MacBook that uses the built in motion detection to trigger the alarm and the iSight to capture the image of the thief. Among many other features, it incorporates the ability for users with ...


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ControlPlane ControlPlane is a context-aware application that lets you do all kinds of things based on where you computer happens to be. Move from home to the coffeehouse and ControlPlane can switch your computer to high security mode. ControlPlane allows you to build configuration profiles, contexts in ControlPlane lingo, for your Mac based on where ...


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Personally recommend some tools or guides which I have used to convert AC3 to AAC to help you solve your issue: Format Factory: it supports converting AC3 to AAC and is free. VideoLAN: this tool is free too and I can use it to convert AC3 to AAC. Just follow the guide Max Ried offered. A useful step by step guide: this guide tells us how to convert AC3 to ...


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Prompt, by Panic, seems to be the best thought-of iPhone ssh client. It's not a free app, though.


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Try Tamper It's a Chrome extension that lets you view and modify HTTP requests in the current tab's scope


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I recommend ProSoft's Data Rescue which can recover a very wide variety of file types. Even if you don't see the file type listed, ProSoft maybe able to help you recover the data. I once had a client delete a their QuickBook's for Mac data file. It was a new version of QuickBooks with a radically different file format from prior versions. The current Data ...


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I've had good luck with Recuva. I've also used TestDisk to recover data from a corrupt flash drive.


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The tar -xzf command didn't work for me, but I installed XZ utils http://macpkg.sourceforge.net/ and then unxz filename.tar.xz. Then you can just use the command tar xf filename.tar to open the tarball. I have OSX Mountain Lion (version 10.8.5).



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