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This is a sample script to try and fit the needs/wants you expressed. As coded it's going to make 3 five second recordings on your Desktop named "Recording_n.m4a" when 'n' in the name will be incremented automatically 1 to 3, e.g. "Recording_1.m4a", "Recording_2.m4a" etc. to whatever howMany is set to. Open Script Editor and copy and paste the code below ...


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No, applications are not allowed to catch presses on the headphones remote control and use it for something different than the designed feature - play/pause the playing song.


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Pinpoint As well as from the link it is in the App Store Provides many cursors and the ability to add others. Will highlight the cursor in keypress or menu item or just stop moving the cursor for a bit


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Idea! It works on every version of OS X, for free! cmd+scroll OS X will zoom the whole screen in, centering it on the mouse. The cursor becomes huge and everything else around it will just fly outside the display.


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If you can update to iOS 8, then you can have this Time Lapse feature for free from Apple.


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Just found http://volumemixer-app.com/ it's very similar to the one found on windows.


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Capital One, Chase and AmEx all allow TouchID sign-in.


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A quick Google Search shows that a lot of others have asked this question before, but with no real answers. Instead people are suggesting using Bootcamp.


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There is known workaround which uses an older version of Droboshare Dashboard software which includes an CLI Xtend SAN iSCSI Initiator written in Java: Download and install Droboshare Dashboard 2.6.2 which is the last version containing the Atto iSCSI Initiator. Download and install Java. Remove/rename the file /usr/sbin/xtendsan/.iqn.filter or replace the ...


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I had some difficulty using the CMD + I method from Safari however you can also: Open your html file in safari CMD + A (select all) CMD + C (copy) Compose a new message in the Mail app CMD + V (paste) in the body of the new message


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PDFScanner from the app store is awesome. Very fast. Simple. Files it creates are small.


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It can be complicated. Go to Super PhotoCut in the App Store. It is really super to instantly remove background from photo within a few seconds. I used it a lot which saved me much time.


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Just download Wine and download PuTTy.exe and right click and run through wine and when wine opens hit enter (application support) and give it a second and it will open, just make sure you have a server


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Why nor ro try Yaware.TimeTracker? It shows where the time goes, categorizes used apps and visited websites. So that you can see if you are working really productively.


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Cropping the page could work for you. So, open up whatever PDF you want to crop in Preview. Hit the Select button in the toolbar and crop the first page as you want all the selected pages to be cropped. The cropping tool works just like any crop tool in your average photo editing software. Then, in the sidebar on the right, select a thumbnail of any page ...


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I think I will use Marvin (there is a trial free version) when I can't restore Stanza from the backup. (I recently had to reset my phone and reinstalled Stanza even though it is not in the AppStore any more) I did try Marvin as my reader but went back to Stanza Marvin has a direct interface to Calibre via a plugin see support forum which allows direct ...


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MegaReader will do all that you've asked for here. It's not free, but it's not very expensive. It's what I replaced Stanza with on my own iPhone.


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There are sites that will do diff for you. Do you use GitHub? I think their site's Diff displays are quite nice, and seem to print just as nicely. Otherwise a google search turn up a few other sites that offer this service, here's one that seems to have decent print support: https://www.diffchecker.com/ Of course using this method you have to not be too ...


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I thought perhaps BBEdit might have what you want. Under the Search menu, there is a Find Differences command, wherein the text files can be selected. However, the result shows the file contents side-by-side, on screen. When printed, the output is merely a list of which lines did not match. As a workaround, might I suggest the following: Perform the ...


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I was using Grafik Note, this is designed for iPad Import photo from gallery or by camera Drawing line, segment with/without arrow. Drawing free curve with/without arrow. Drawing outlined/filled rectangle, oval, round rectangle. Highlight color. Free text. Drawing speech bubble with rectangle/oval/ round rect Enable to change outline and fill color, ...


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DBSchema is also awesome. Best thing is that you can do reverse engineering as well as modeling together at once. After you change the diagram, you change the database; you can import those changes back in the diagram. The only flaw is ordering of column names in the diagrams - that do not necessarily match with the ordinality of the column names in the ...


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Preview should do the job just fine.


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Photos does not appear to be able to open PDF files. But if what you want is to open the PDF in an app that allows you to edit it, there are many. I've tried Skitch (editing costs extra), but there are plenty. This list alone has 10 apps that can open PDF's on iOS : Adobe Reader Foxit Mobile PDF PDF Reader iAnnotate Kindle Google Play Books Mantano ...


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I think download managers are uneeded, at least, anymore. This question was asked 4 years ago, I know, but Download Managers are useless in today's world. Need a download manager still? Your browser. Done!


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Image editing software is the only way to go here. You'll have to determine which you want to use if you want us to be able to help you out how to do it. If it's a usual window, the easy route would be to only screenshot that window (cmd+shift+4, then hit the space bar and click the window). That will be easy to fill in.


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i know its a bit old but if you dont want any client you can just right click on finder and connect to server input your url and username and password and you can view all the files and folder


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"Stopwatch - simple with voice speaking time" - that's the full name.


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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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