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Audio Hijack application which is developed by the same company for AirFoil. This is a host application which accept various audio plugins (wide range of prices and audio effects). This is the setup I have tested with good reliability and effectiveness compared to other applications mentioned above this post (I have tried almost all of them before settled ...


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Configure ssh options and connect to ssh hosts manually always make me feel bored and have a lot of trouble. At Codinn we made a couple of GUI tools to make using ssh effortless. Those tools helped ourselves, and may also help you. SSH Shell is a PuTTY alike tool with lots of extra features: Switch between SSH sessions using swipe gestures with Trackpad ...


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There is a OS X shareware App that can modify pooling rates for USB devices: http://www.usboverdrive.com/USBOverdrive/Devices.html Supported devices: The USB Overdrive works with any compliant input device so there's really no way to list them all. In general, the USB Overdrive should work with the following kinds of devices: Mouse, ...


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The site has a general options list as well for the window management category at: What Window Management Options exist for OS X? For your specific requirements of keyboard, HUD and non-text preferences, I would select either divvy or moom. The former is one I've selected for several clients and they have enjoyed it and adopted it easily. Moom is also ...


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BetterSnapTool is quite handy!has all kind of configuration options and works just like windows 7-10 management, where you snap app windows on the side to or to the top to maximise the current application window and has a menu bar icon where you can access all kinds of options.I think this is the website for more info, but App Store is more informative....


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I use odrive. It's a great sync manager that supports a lot of cloud storage providers, like Google Drive, Box, Dropbox, Onedrive, Amazon S3, FTP, etc. You can see the list of providers on the homepage. They offer sync clients for Mac and PC, which both support "unsyncing", where you can choose to just keep files in the cloud. It works really great and it's ...


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The one I use is called ExpanDrive. It's expensive at about $50, but in addition to FTP, it also supports Amazon, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and many others.


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I haven't tried it yet, but the folks behind CyberDuck have released Mountain Duck, it allows you to view remote resources as volumes on the desktop (i.e. integrates Azure, SFTP, S3, etc. with the Finder). https://mountainduck.io/


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For my money, the gold standard file transfer program would be Transmit by Panic. Longstanding Mac developers, continued support and improvement of the product, good value for the price if you work with files professionally or have time constraints on your work. https://panic.com/transmit/


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Cyberduck works just fine with many providers


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The Wake Alarm Clock app does exactly what you want. No jailbreak required, progressive increase of volume up to the maximum. But, I'm using it because there is a setting that forces you to shake your phone to stop the alarm, and you are awaken almost instantly.


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You can boost the volume of videos playing in Chrome using free extensions. I found the Ears chrome plugin works quite well. Steps: insall the plugin click the Ears extension icon in chrome drag the baseline from 0 up to +5 click EQ this tab


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I'm getting along well with Royal TSX. This is useful for SSH, RDP and VNC based terminals or web-based interfaces. It has a built-in credential management and team-sharing features.


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There are many 3rd party apps available in the market which are beneficial for defragging a Mac based hard drive. Below are the top 3 player in this list (i.e. defragging a Mac hard drive): - 1.Stellar Defrag Drive 2.iDefrag 3.Drive Genius Each of the above mentioned apps defrag the Mac hard drive and also reduce the boot time. As a results, makes it to ...


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I have found 2 PDF reader apps, both of which have free versions that at least allow me to rename my bookmarks and work well overall. PDF Reader X and Foxit reader. Both are on the apple app store.


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PDFpen allows editing bookmarks. PDFpenPro allows editing and creating bookmarks, organising bookmarks, and so on. They are actually marketed as PDF editors, not just readers. Both allow embedding all annotations into the document itself.


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You can use "touch -mt YYYYMMDDhhmm" followed by your file name/path, of course replacing YYYYMMDDhhmm with your desired date. I recommend typing "man touch" into terminal to look at the manual and different command options there.


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Table Tool Free and Open Source (MIT License). Table Tool opens CSV files. It auto-detects character encoding and record separator (comma/semicolon/tab), and supports basic editing operations (like add row, delete row, add column delete column etc). Table Tool can convert files to a different format. Table Tool is also available on the Mac App Store.


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Site audit pro Use it daily for work... Amazing


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The SCRWE is still limited. Desktop Photoshop has the answer when applying Crop you can put a check mark on Perpective control and apply one side or all of them, really cool. I tried to find an iOS app to do that but not found any yet.


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You could simply fire up an iWork app, select some text, and browse through the font list in Keynote, Pages or whatever app. They only render the font’s name in the font itself, though, not arbitrary text you type in.



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