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You could try Lucidchart. I think it's pretty close to what you're looking for. Free, not a huge selection of shapes when it comes to floor plans, but very easy to use for making an office desk plan or something like that.


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You should try SwitchResX. It allows you to create Display Sets defining many variables like placement relative to other displays, setting which display is the primary, etc. Here is the Display Set page showing the options. It even has the ability to set a keyboard shortcut to each Display Set so you can quickly switch layouts, resolutions, etc.


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Here's YACLBFR(*) in perl based upon Larry Wall's simpler version of many years ago... #!/usr/bin/perl # # rename - originally from Larry Wall: # Examples: # rename 's/\.orig$//' *.orig # rename 'y/A-Z/a-z/ unless /^Make/' * # rename '$_ .= ".bad"' *.f # rename 'print "$_: "; s/foo/bar/ if <stdin> =~ /^y/i' * # # Author: Eric Engstrom <eric ...


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In terminal, you have: perl python zsh/bash/sh awk/sed/find/mdfind/xargs All have manual pages and volumes of text written on the internet in tutorials. I'd say, if you are into regex, the amount of time you'd need to adopt one of the unix tools to leverage text only renaming would be low and the return on investment high since you could then start ...


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I wrote a Python Script myself to download Subtitles. First I wrote a Python Script to download subtitles using thesubdb API, then I used automator to create a service. Installation is really painless. Installation instructions and source is on my GitHub page.


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There is already a very good "service" tool called "A Better Finder Rename" now at V9 and working perfectly in Yosemite. http://www.publicspace.net/ABetterFinderRename/ I test/use it already since Leopard.


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Emacs can do this. Open Emacs C-x C-f and open the directory. It will open in dired-mode. M-x wdired-change-to-wdired-mode RET You can now edit the filenames just as you asked. Pressing C-c C-c will end wdired-mode and perform the modifications. wdired-change-to-wdired-mode is an interactive autoloaded Lisp function in `wdired.el'. It is ...


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I let Twitter do it automatically but I'm not sure it will carry your name but rather post as the page. You'll have to try it and see. It may be that it's functionality not included in Facebook itself. Here is the instructions from Twitter gel pages: To connect your Twitter account and your Facebook profile: Log in to the Twitter account you want to ...


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Follow these steps: Install DiffMerge and gem install batch_rename (see README.md for details). In Terminal.app, cd to the directory which contains the files you wish to rename. (For convenience, I suggest to ⌘-drag the folder from the Finder into the Terminal window.) Type batch-rename and press Enter. This opens an interactive editor. The script will ...


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If you're on OS X Yosemite (v10.10.x), Finder has a built-in way to batch rename files. Highlight all the files you want in Finder, hold down Control and click on one of them to bring up a right-click menu, and then click on "Rename x Files...". You'll get a nice find-and-replace interface, no third-party software necessary!


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It's been a while since I have used it. But FileBuddy is designed to manipulate file names and a bunch of other stuff. Might be worth a look see.


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I don't have a lot of recent experience with VNC on the Mac but if you look at this (on stackexchange.com) it will explain how to connect to another client via the O/S X VNC server. Apple's version is called Remote Desktop, the commercial version is just Apple Remote Desktop and really designed to manage Macs. I've used the latter but never tried to connect ...


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Real VNC or VNC Viewer are the same client (aside from platform) as used on Windows PCs for decades. OS X is designed to work with VNC protocol out of the box. As an added bonus, Real VNC is available as a free iOS app. The only real concerns you should have in using it are security hardening, ie restricting access to specific IP addresses or users.


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At first, I thought there would be a straight-forward, albeit hidden, solution. However, after doing some digging, it seems that something that should be a simple swipe or click to do is more complicated than that. This is going to be a little long, but hopefully will be incredibly helpful. I was going to post this earlier today, but did not get the chance ...


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Marble looks like a good replacement. It's free, open source, and says it supports KML files. I haven't tried it though.


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Install MacPorts $ port install rhyme Source: @skarface


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You can easily install rstudio by typing the following: brew cask install rstudio To be able to install it, you need homebrew installed and homebrew cask. To install homebrew type: ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" To enable homebrew cask type: brew install caskroom/cask/brew-cask


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Just a suggestion, VLC Media Player also supports showing picture and video files as well, so maybe select all and open them up in VLC media player? Then open the playlist on VLC Command + Alt + P and click on Title to sort alphabetically Then do the same on Finder, use View > as list or Command + 1 and click on Name Then show the Finder (with all ...


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I thought I might like to have something like this too, so I threw together an app that does this. Feel free to try it out! Warning though: I have one video where the skip value doesn't work. I'm not sure why it only has an issue with this one video... Just a heads up. It works 99% of the time though! Push 1 to place the video or image being shown in sort ...


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The best free anti-virus software for OS X is Avira if you consider the software which has the least impact on system performance to be the best. This is based off of a comparison of anti-virus softwares which was published on Sophos' website. The original publication conducted by AV-Comparatives is available as a PDF download here. It is a test of the ...


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There is iPerf/iPerf3 distribution on IOS named as NetPerf which can test wireless to wire(LAN) bandwidth or vice versa


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It has been mentioned, but only in passing: Atom (https://atom.io/) is open source and developed by GitHub. Integration with github is superb and it is particularly interesting these days since there is a lot of development with new features and new ideas regularly. I think it will cover your whole list of requirements through extensions (packages - ...


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These are some of my favorites from a front end designer's standpoint: Coda Espresso Sublime Text TextMate Atom (my personal choice currently)


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I'd second the recommendations for Sublime Text and the JetBrains products (I use WebStorm extensively in my job). If you want something free, atom is well worth a look. It's fairly bare-bones, but has a wide selection of plugins that should encompass what you need.


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For me Jetbrains PHP-Storm is simply the best & most complete IDE! It has a lot of good and usefull features though it stays simple to handle and setup. It's available for Linux, OSX and Windows. . Pros: PhP 5.x Javascript (JSLint, JSHint code hints) HTML/CSS/SCSS/SASS Lua, Perl and Python plugins do exist. (checked at JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA ...


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Affinity Designer, which is an amazing vector app https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/


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This solution works perfectly for me : 1) Create a disk image from source CD Insert the source CD (the one you want to copy) Open the Finder, open Applications, then Utilities, and start the Disk Utility program In Disk Utility, select File -> New -> Disk Image from Folder The Finder will appear – select whole CD and click on the Image ...


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There are tools for doing this which are visual aids like zooming and following the mouse around, maybe they might work?


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This is a very simple Timer application which also allows HotKey setup. Plus, it's open sourced :) App link: http://joaomoreno.github.io/thyme/ Github source: https://github.com/joaomoreno/thyme


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I have not used it, but Current for Facebook claims to support group chats.


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It's on old question with many answers, but Github now also has their own texteditor which supports Github flavoured markdown (and any other markdown you wish, by means of plugins/settings)! Atom is highly customisable and by default lightweight, so for markdown I think it's absolutely awesome! https://atom.io


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In the release of OS X El Capitan, just shake the cursor to locate it. Call out your cursor. Lost your cursor on your crowded desktop? Just shake your finger back and forth on the trackpad or give your mouse a shake, and the cursor gets bigger so it’s easy to spot. (From Apple)


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The process to make your own test rig is quite easy: Install OS X onto a USB hard drive. A partition with 20 GB should be just fine. Use the Startup Disk preference pane to reboot to that new OS and create an admin user. Install homebrew - https://brew.sh Install smartmontools - brew install smartmontools Get a USB drive or SD card if you don't want to ...


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FancyKey by Pinssible Labs allows for this, and is the best replacement keyboard for iOS I've used. Setup is simple, and turning on Swype is as easy as switching to the FancyKey Keyboard, tapping the gear icon, and tapping the "Swipe input" switch on. Your keyboard with default to the custom keyboard until you change it by tapping the globe icon.


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Found an app that syncs with the native iphone contacts...: FullContact


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Disk Order ($25) Surprised I haven't seen it mentioned, Disk Order has been around since 2003. My personal choice, can do (S)FTP and all the operation expected from a dual pane file manager in a keyboard friendly way – unlike some of the Finder spin-offs. Not free though and lately updates haven't been happening that often.


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Proprietary: AirServer - audio and streaming, Mac/Windows, $15 Reflector - audio and streaming, Mac/Windows/Android, $15 AirFoil - audio only, Mac/Windows/Linux, $30 for Mac/Win, $40 for both, free for linux Open Source: casualShare audio and streaming, Java + NodeJS, open source AirStream (Ruby) - audio and streaming, source only Kodi - formerly XBMC, ...


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Yeah, There is c++ ide in AppStore. But the problem is that it is paid app.there are around 3 or 4 c++ ide. Some of the ide are cppcode,codetogo,c++ ide.


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The IFTTT recipe gets information from a specific source (channel) that is defined in the recipe. In this case I assume that you use a recipe which imports contacts to a spreadsheet on Google Drive and then it only imports contacts from the contacts application (the built-in one). From what I am aware of there isn't any application currently that offers ...


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Unfortunately, Adobe uses non-standard windows which don't respond to being resized programmatically. I just tried Slate, but while it can move Adobe windows, it can't resize them.


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You can get ShredIt for iOS, more information can be found here: http://www.burningthumb.com/apps/shredit/



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