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I was doing a quick google search and this question came up. You can also try Rest, which is a break reminder app that can also suggest exercise suggestions. Disclaimer: I made it.


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Finder uses spaces and sub-spaces to organize our information. An alternative or a complementarity would be the use of TIME to organize our information. Here is a video presentation : hipSpace Edit: ok, I am the developer of hipSpace, but my app really answers to that question. Just "Save as…" your files in the "hipSpace" folder, that all ! When there are ...


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Placeit.net now has a video feature. You basically record your screen (iOS simulator or appetize.io) and the app adds hand gestures and everything. You'd only need to add voiceover and maybe titles if you need.


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The pro version of Joby's camera app "GorillaCam Pro" will do this.


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Apple's solution for this is to use Mission Control (if you need multiple desktops) and Finder Tags for each file/project. From there, you can use finder's tag filtering and/or smart folders to assemble your views. Also, saving these to your Favorites and removing things you don't use make quick access to these "views" possible across finder and other app ...


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The mysql installer works just fine, I've used it many times. However, it will never appear in Applications as it is not a GUI application. And it won't appear in your terminal path unless you put it there. Mysql lives in /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql. If you also install the Mysql preference pane you can start and stop mysqld via System Preferences. There ...


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My favourite way to install and run MySQL is via the Homebrew package manager. With Homebrew installed it's as straightforward as: brew install mysql This gets you the server and the command line connection tool. It's setup to run with no password, so it's not suitable for production use, but it's perfect for developing with. Homebrew takes care of ...


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To take a screenshot of the full screen hit cmdshift3. To take a screenshot of a part of the screen hit cmdshift4. You'll get a crosshair, click the mouse button to define the first corner, hold the button, move the cursor and then release it to define the transverse corner. The grey overlay spanning between the two corners will be the screenshot. To take ...


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You could place something like this Applescript in you Applescript Menu and use it to list you preferred networks, choose on and connect to it. set the getList to paragraphs of (do shell script "networksetup -listpreferredwirelessnetworks en0") set title to item 1 of getList set wifi_list to items 2 thru -1 of getList set the chosen_newtwork ...


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Maybe the best option would be to create an Automator/AppleScript to join each of the networks you have to jump between. You could create your own Application or Service for the networks you use often, and use your System Preference pane for when you are in a different location and need to join Wifi. Depending on your scripting ability, you could use ...


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If you don’t have an Apple Developer account, then you must create one to legally access this content. Sign up is free. Sign into your Apple Developer Account and go to the Downloads page Type in the following query: Xcode 4.2 The query should return two results: Download the latest.dmg


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Times have changed since this question was asked. CloudOn has been bought and shut down by DropBox. Currently, the best way to edit Word documents on iOS is with the Microsoft Word app.


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I'd start with Telephone from the App Store and then once you have some more detailed requirements, you could refine what you're looking for. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/telephone/id406825478?mt=12


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There are a few options but most of them have not been updated, I would check out Jitsi, formerly known as Sip Communicator (I think). Cheers!


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Easy Move+Resize is a great little tool that does exactly what it says on the tin. Usage Easy Move+Resize is based on behavior found in many X11/Linux window managers – Cmd + Ctrl + Left Mouse anywhere inside a window, then drag to move – Cmd + Ctrl + Right Mouse anywhere inside a window, then drag to resize This thing was a breath of ...


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Best I've come across AND use daily is Koder! Codeanywhere looked the most promising and had the best UI but the worst experience and support (response to an email asking why it constantly crashed whenever I tried to connect via ftp) came after 3 weeks and didn't even try to answer the question. Koder... I'm sure has even worse support but I never had to ...


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I haven't used it yet, but apparently the new Photos app will continue the face detection or 'Faces' work they've had for some time in iPhoto and Aperture: http://www.cheatsheet.com/technology/how-apple-is-reinventing-iphoto-with-the-new-mac-photos-app.html/?a=viewall


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I struggle with the same problems. The answer is that there currently unfortunately is neither a plugin nor a hook for manually solving this problem. For details look here: http://apple.stackexchange.com/a/67082/93032 Some workarounds for the problem can be found here: Mail.app extension to avoid sending email from the wrong account?


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Dark Sky shows expected accumulation... In my experience it is pretty inaccurate, but it tries. It has almost always forecasted more accumulation than actually accumulates. It is pretty accurate with its other predictions though. The prediction engine that runs Dark Sky is available at http://forecast.io if you want to try it out for free. I can't remember ...


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I'm the developer of an app called RTF Write which does exactly what you're looking for -- it also supports iCloud Drive and iCloud HandOff. It's free for iOS, the OS X version is $2.99. http://machsoftwaredesign.com/rtfwrite.html


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I recommend a VM with the OS and the browsers of your choice. Using the snapshot/clone features you may always revert to the original vanilla state. Three of the advantages: Use an arbitrary OS/browser combination (a lot of malicious websites often attack special combinations e.g. Windows XP/7/IE or OS/Flash) You may detect any impact on the file system ...


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Long overdue answer to this one… Simple answer - Marvin (paid & free versions) plus Calibre (free, donationware) for format changing, editing etc & plugins by Wulf Krueger (again free, donationware) (iOS Reader applications & Marvin XD) for simple transmission to iPhone rather than having to use iTunes. Join my Facebook group Revive Stanza for ...


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You may also want to look into the excellent VueScan. I haven't had a need for it in several years but back in the day it was really one of the best there is. Looks like it is still updated regularly.


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You might try Paperless. It retains the options across scans, and can do multi-page etc. (And, relevant to the ADF): Paperless will display the Image Capture dialog. If the ADF is supported by Image Capture, the dialog will display Feeder as an option to acquire with. Choosing Scan will cause all pages in the ADF to be scanned. All scan jobs (multipage ...


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Note that Preview cannot "open any PS file" -- it is limited to Postscript files that are structured in such a way that Preview can convert them to a PDF, and then it displays the PDF. That means that hand-coded PostScript may not be compatible, but the output of any commercial application should be.


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xCHM should do it for you. It doesn't use "live search". If you get an error (something about wxWidget) opening it, kill the app and restart it. The error should be gone afterwards. ichm - though using "live search" it's extremely fast. I never waited longer than 1 sec.


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In order to get ss, you would need to get the source code for iproute. Since you mention Red Hat linux, go onto a linux machine running Red Hat, and run the following command: sudo yum source iproute Now, copy over the source code to your Mac, and compile it. You could also go on the Red Hat packages site and get the source tarball. Note: I have not ...


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vim also has built-in support for side-by-side diff - vim -d file1 file2 Here is a page describing vim diff mode in detail - http://www.carbonsilk.com/development/vim-diff/


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This tool https://filecomparisontool.com Web based, so it is compatible Mobile friendly Save comparison up to 6 months Share comparison via URL It is free!


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If you want an app/program I would recommend that you search the Mac App Store and try googling for one. I've heard that Sunrise Calendar is good but I think you need to find one that works good for you. Personally, I would pin the Google Calendar website in Safari "Top Sites".


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I found a complete solution which helps solving many issues until you are able to create your bootable usb drive: http://michael.anastasiou.me/create-windows-7-8-bootable-usb-drive-mac/



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