Inkscape 1.0 will include first class support for Mac OS X with no need for XQuartz.
If you are willing to try alpha software, you can download a dmg right now from https://inkscape.org/release/inkscape-1.0/?latest=1 by clicking on the Mac OS X and then choose Apple's Mac OS X Desktop.
Or click, A build from the CI build Alpha Tarball to build from the ...
Leave it alone, it will get there.
If it's claiming such astronomical time remaining, it's based on 'how fast it went so far vs how long it thought it should have taken'. That's a variable dependant on many things - HD vs SSD, space remaining on drive etc.
Also, your download speed will have an effect - maybe significant if your ...
No, you need to format the whole disk first!
Follow this guide to create a mac bootable usb key using createinstallmedia
To delete all the content of the hard disk
make a linux bootable usb key. You can choose the distro that you prefer, insert it in the mac and hold option during the boot process, then start the system, open gparted and format all ...
This is a solution that work nicely, but it is not free.
Gamma Control - is a professional app to control the brightness of color on your mac. Really useful to correct color & black on any projector, that's why I paid for it at first ~25$.
Get it in the App Store
The put these setting on:
1- Max brightness on you mac
2- In Gamma Control put the ...
Do not blindly start typing copying/pasting stuff into the prompt without knowing what you're doing this could seriously hinder performance or destroy your system!!
Fire up a terminal window either through cmd+space and typing into spotlight Terminal.app or Finder > Applications > Utilities > Terminal
I'd modify the energy settings via pmset.You can get ...
To prevent mac from sleeping. First and foremost, know what's preventing a normal sleep with a command $ pmset -g assertions You will receive a console output as:
2019-08-25 20:51:34 +0545
Assertion status system-wide:
Find your original installation (grey) DVD or acquire a DVD that is not bound to the machine (e.g. "Snow Leopard" DVD with the animal picture, not a grey CD).
Boot from the DVD
Using the disk utility (available from the DVD), fully erase the drive.
Install the original OS (e.g. "Snow Leopard 10.6.3")
If you installed snow Snow Leopard, get the "10.6.8" combo ...
This happened to me too. It means your hard drive is unpartitioned. Go to Disk Utility and add a partition to the hard drive which you just formatted. You can use MacOS Journal File System while doing so. Once this is done, you will see the hard drive in the UI that asks you to choose where to install the OS when restoring the MacOS.