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Google Chrome supports this out of the box. Shift-click to select multiple sequential tabs (or cmd-click to select one --- cmd+shift-click also works) and drag them to create a new window. Only downside is that it doesn't seem to work in fullscreen mode. This post mentions an extension "Keyboard Detach/Reattach Tab" that adds that functionality.


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Maybe give Eon a try, it's ok but not great, seems the best available and is definitely updated regularly. Developers even respond to emails :-) http://fuelcollective.com/eon


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Project Libre is the closest to MS Project. Actually nothing is really close to MS Project. But as a MS Project user, I find Project Libre file compatible and quick to use.


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With BBEdit (not free) this can be accomplished with these steps: Break up all words into individual lines by using several search and replace to turn any non-word character into a line break. To do that, use the Find command, turn on "Grep" checkbox, enter [^a-z]+ (this finds everything that's not a letter) into the Find box and \r (that's a line break) ...


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If you just want to quickly see what is in the archive, grab the BetterZip QuickLook plugin. It is not required to install the BetterZip application.


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I know you said free.. but The Archive Browser is great and will allow you to preview the items before extracting. In my opinion, this is worth the $3.99.


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Just span and capture with tcpdump and then analyze the traffic with Wireshark (tshark) for top talkers, one or two hosts will jump out immediately... If you sniff the packets realtime you can almost always tell the top talkers they're the packets you see most often, usually it take me about 1min. to find the culprit.


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Have you checked out Fetch (http://fetchsoftworks.com) or Interarchy (https://nolobe.com/interarchy/)? They both allow simultaneous connections to multiple remote servers, remote-to-remote transfers, SFTP, and lots of other handy and solid features from long development histories with feedback from many users.


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The approach of it is a bit different to what MS Visio has as it is a 3D tool and provides other tools like autodiscovery of networks. And it's cross-platform


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I have something NeXTy for you. It's what I wanted on my NeXT in 1994. It works fine with the Finder (ex workspace) but it uses the time as the first concept to organize and retrieve your informations. In addition to the folders browsing, it allows the time browsing ! It's like a temporal workspace… You simply navigate through time, recall what you need to ...


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Try Graphic Converter, at least this one works for previewing the .skp files. In the free version you just need to wait around 30s to use the apps. In some forums, there is said that to generate quicklook plugins, the developer of the apps needs to open up the source code in how their apps generate the files to display. Even maybe if someone is able to ...


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For ffmpeg use the following command. for i in *.mkv; do ffmpeg -i $i -codec copy "${i/${i##*.}/mp4}"; done This should create copies of all your MKV videos, converting the containers to MP4 format but not re-encoding the video and audio data within them and keeping the same filename but changing the extension from mkv to mp4.


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I've been working on a way to Scrobble from the official Google Play Music app. It's still a work in progress and it requires a Jailbroken iPhone, but it works! https://github.com/octalmage/LastGoogle


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Get Handbrake and its command line tools Open Terminal, change into the folder containing the mkv's and run for i in *.mkv; do HandBrakeCLI -Z Universal -i "$1" -o "${1/${1##*.}/mp4}" done


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The easy way is to export instead of save. You can go to File → Export → iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch & Apple TV... Then pick an option. iPod touch & iPhone 3GS is the one that give you the smaller file size with a resolution of 640×400. For the screenshot I test it with a video of 6.9 MB.


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you wanna follow this link. I have successfully create bootable usb for windows from mac http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-mac-osx


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Omnigraffle is certainly great. If you want to try a free application I would suggest Apache OpenOffice "Draw" for diagramming: https://www.openoffice.org/


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I am using aircrack-ng on my mac, from the terminal, not emulating another OS. Here is a good page mentioning the relation to other tools, which I think may help you : http://easymactips.blogspot.com/2010/10/how-to-install-aircrack-on-mac.html By the way, maybe you already have in the system what you are looking for: hidden in your airport is, from yosemite ...


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I created a Mac status bar app called ImageJoiner that does exactly this: drag and drop multiple images on it and it will combine them into 1 image.


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I would recommend Omnigraffle for any diagrams. It's easy to use and highly compatible with OS X frameworks. It also has quite large database of additional stencils here and here. Omnigraffle 6 is 99$ and Pro version is 199$.


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I found this app "Voice Over Timer" which looks to be configurable to do close to what you want. AppStore Link: https://appsto.re/us/TeCFM.i edit upon further review, it looks like the countdown can only be announced for the last ten seconds. The AppStore page mentioned a customization but it is a customization from among pre-determined options.


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Microsoft OneNote works well for me as a more complex software. Optimized for touch also for an easy use with a stylus.


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You can use Audio Hijack Pro: $32 Amplify a specific application or the entire system audio: Launch Audio Hijack Pro. Open the main window by choosing Window > Audio Hijack Pro. In the left-hand column, select the program you wish to amplify. Click one of the "Click here to insert effect" squares. Choose FourFX Effect > Gain. A gain ...


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A costly solution: the Boom app: http://www.globaldelight.com/boom/ It boosts the system volume


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Personalty when I came across a youtube video with low audio output I use a app called VLC player and its audio to boost the signal. The VLC player is free. Just copy the youtube video link in the VLC player than use its Audio to modify it to your liking. It also comes with a very handy Audio Mixer allowing you to set up full range of audio output. VLC ...


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perhaps you'd like ScreenFlow; it offers lossless compression.


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This question & top answer are very relevant. Basically "yes", but not so much from a customer / end user standpoint. iOS has a diagnostics tool built in that is accessible from Apple once you give consent. You can check your iOS device's health using Apple's main support site. From that page you can select iPhone (or iPad), find an issue that would ...


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You can easily convert your HTML/XHTML to MOBI using 2ePub. It's the best converter I've ever use, fast, free, online.


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Contact Apple. They can send/text you a free diagnostics file to make sure everything is working fine.


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Phone Doctor Plus has many diagnostics for the hardware. iTunes link: https://appsto.re/us/GXURH.i


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Here is a video of an Activity Recorder : http://youtu.be/Yy32rwCUy4M The web site is here : http://www.hipspace.net


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Been using Tyme for quite a while and pretty happy about it. Available for OSX ($9.99) and iOS($3.99).


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This may not be quite what you're looking for, but have a look at Flashlight. It allows you to use plugins for Spotlight, including translation plugins. I don't think the translation ones are offline, but it's open source, so maybe you could figure out a way to download an offline translation dictionary and modify an existing plugin to use this offline ...


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Apache Open Office Free. Reads, writes, creates CSV, Excel, Word and an number of other formats.



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