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Tap Forms is also a Mac database app you can try. It's not free, but it's much cheaper than FileMaker Pro and it has iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch versions. You also don't need to be a programmer or know anything about databases to use it. You can build custom layouts, add relationships between forms, perform calculations on your data, print reports, ...


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Since aircrac-ng lacks both airodump-ng and aireplay-ng[ref. their documentation] you should look into: KisMac2. An open source wireless stumbling and security tool for Mac OS X. Among other things it: Shows logged in clients Can capture packets (PCAP export possible) Reveals hidden SSIDs Can perform various attacks like the "deauthentication attack" ...


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You want to take a look at Quik. This app was called replay, doing exactly what you are looking for. They got acquired by GoPro, and the name changed to Quik.


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The free GMail app can open password protected .docx attachments.


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HazeOver works very well for me (in 10.10.5 as of this writing), and plays well with f.lux. HazeOver can be changed (quickly) to highlight the active window and dim everything else (even pretty much hide it entirely, for "focus" or "theater" mode), or to highlight all windows of the frontmost app, and dim the rest just a little, which I use a lot when ...


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The engineer responded very fast and submitted a change in the Textmate 2 beta 9. It solves the problem. Now, clicking the find-window, the location of the document is also changed correspondingly.


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It's interesting - no one has mentioned Karabiner. it has ton of options for different things, the one I like called "Tab mode", where you can switch between apps by holding Tab key and using either arrows or HJKL keys (especially favored by Vim users). Tab+I to cycle through open windows of the current app. I love Karabiner, it's the app that made me ...


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I put together a Homebrew tap for Rhyme. Please see: https://github.com/shaunplee/homebrew-rhyme


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Try Visor, magnifier for iOS. It was specifically developed for the Dads in the world who are losing sight. http://www.visorapp.net/


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I have owned a MacBook Pro Retina since August 2012 and it gets modest use, with mainly web browsing and online video streaming as the main uses. As the DriveDX report shows, the SSD is rated at 90% after 3.5 years of use. My MACs seem to last forever, with an iMac 27" from 2009 still running fine - though I maxed out the memory and replaced the regular ...


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Comodo clears the Mac OS X "On-Demand Test" by AV-Test.org with a high score. Tops the Performance loss test among Security Packages. By Av-Test Labs Download Link: https://www.comodo.com/home/internet-security/antivirus-for-mac.php


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Unfortunately there is no such official application, but you might find similar in App Store.


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I haven't found the one I like and I created it myself, Qbserve. It fits most of your requirements: native stand-alone OS X app detects idle time comes for a flat fee ($30, though it will be $40 in future) no separation by client but you can create specific categories for your projects and assign different windows to these categories no billing support ...


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Talking about 3D modeling software for Mac, I would recommend you to try Blender https://www.blender.org/features/ You shouldn't expect this kind of software can be AppleSimple, because those are creative design tools after all :) Just find the most reliable and easy to use to suit your needs.


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I use Ulysses on OS X and iOS. It syncs via iCloud and can export to ePub, PDF, text bundle, docx and plain text. http://www.ulyssesapp.com


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I found PDFtk Server and Coherent PDF Command Line Tools have a wide range of PDF command line utilities. I've used both tools on and off, but never needed to do any TOC work. The Bookmarks section in Coherent's Usage Examples Page looks like it may be an approach to experiment with: 6. Bookmarks cpdf -list-bookmarks in.pdf List the bookmarks in in.pdf. ...


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Captor, available on mac app store It's a native app , can capture HTTP/HTTPS just like CharlesProxy.


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Go Edit for iOS allows you to write text in markdown or rich text (HTML) and makes it easy for you to switch between the two. You can also embed photos into markdown documents from your photo library without needing to upload them into the web beforehand.


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It sounds like you are just looking for something like Edraw Max. It's a vector drawing software with minimum learning curve. Can draw any graphic you like and save to SVG, PNG, PS, PDF, JPEG, etc. Support Mac, Windows and Linux.


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Why not try Edraw Max - A nice Visio replacement that includes the Calendar drawing suite you want. I like the appearance of its interface. Not much too learn, no difficult commands. It could import/export Visio files. Easy to pulish to PDF, Word, JPEG, PNG, Html, SVG, etc.


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You can try Edraw Flowchart for Mac. It's an all-purpose diagram software with all flowcharting shapes. I suggest it to you because I found it one of the greatest diagramming tools after I tried some. It has a simple and elegant interface that you will feel comfortable to work on. It also includes templates that you can choose from. If you are a student, you ...


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use PICO COMPILER APP on AppStore, works well, but you cant use SWING components as far as i am aware


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AirDroid? It transfers data over WiFi instead USB: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sand.airdroid



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