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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. ...


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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. ...


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I recommend to try this free online converter convertio.co , I have used it for a very long time without any problems ever!


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QuollEyeTree has many of these features http://binnie.id.au/QuollEyeTree.html It was designed as a XTree/ZTreeWin implementation for OSX.


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There is a app called Omni Disk Sweep. It is meant to delete files, but it has a nice file view. OmniDiskSweeper OmniDiskSweeper is really great at what it does: showing you the files on your drive, in descending order by size, and letting you decide what to do with them. Delete away, but exercise caution. (Requires OS X v10.8+) And it looks ...


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Vuze is a free torrent client that includes DMS and transcoding. It's okay — to be fair, the DMS is still in beta, but works very well (though I can't pause video with it)


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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.


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The best app for Mac OS X to use to remove the background of an image is BackgroundEraser (only $1.99). You can remove quickly any background. There's also a video demonstration.


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Boot camp support only 64 bit window...its should also work for 32 bit


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P4Merge is a free, very nice diff and merge tool. It can: Diff files Do 3 way merges Do Folder diffs Visually diff 2 image files! Download it here for Mac and Linux Some screenshots: Visual diff of an image:


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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 ...


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As bmike says, you could use a net meeting app like Fuze Meeting or TurboMeeting. These are really collaboration tools. Note that to use Turbomeeting you'll need to have a http://www.GoMeetNow.com/ account or your company will need to have a server from http://www.RHUBcom.com/


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VLC really do a good job, but sometimes it fails me when dealing with some Blu-ray issue. I do a lot of homework on this, finally I got Macgo Blu-ray player. I won't say it's the best or perfect, while it meets my needs currently. There is a little friction in the playing of one disc but no big deal.


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You can try all in one XML viewer at http://codebeautify.org/xmlviewer


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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!)


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Depending on your technical inclination, you might want to try Spectacle, or install (using the terminal) something like Mjolnir.


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There is a lot of Apps can do this, I have tried sensorLoc, which can save sensor data into csv files, and send to computer through email or UDP. It is free.


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You can try all in one JSON viewer at http://codebeautify.org/jsonviewer


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PDF Expert lets you choose from the different Apple dictionaries available (whether they are installed or not), if that is what you are searching for. If what you look for is another, custom type of dictionary where you can load your own dictionaries, I don't think PDF Expert can do so.


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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][1] and connect to your remote server via SSH with the following flags: ssh -D 8080 -C -N username@example.com This will launch our SSH tunnel on port 8080 and route all traffic (securely) through the ...


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Not graphically, but this showed up in searches so for those of us who want to do it from the command line using Homebrew: $ brew install xz $ xz -d to-extract.xz


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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


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I mostly use mid3v2. Some examples: mid3v2 --artist Artist --title Title --album Album --track 1 file.mp3 for f in *.mp3;do a=${f%% - *};t=${f#* - };t=${t%.mp3};mid3v2 --artist "$a" --title "$t" "$f";done mid3v2 -l file.mp3 # list tags mid3v2 -l file.mp3|sed -n s/^TPE1=//p # artist mid3v2 -D file.mp3 # delete all tags for f in *.mp3;do l=$(mid3v2 -l ...


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Tag & Rename works on PlayOnMac. PlayOnMac is a Windows compatibility layer (but it's not a virtual machine). It's free and you don't need a Windows license either. First, you need to download and install PlayOnMac, then buy Tag & Rename and install it from within PlayOnMac. After that, it just works like a usual app.


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Meld is a good option.. steps to install meld on Mac : Install MacPorts: Installation information can be found in : MacPort installation Before installing MacPort, you have to install Xcode and the Xcode Command Line Tools if your computer doesn't have them. Open your terminal and execute following commands i) Installing rarian : "sudo port ...



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