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The WiFi Explorer tool will show you all the wifi connections your computer is capable of seeing. I live in a high rise apartment building and I receive signals from about 50 other modems. WiFi explorer will plot the signal strength of all these or the SNR of these signals. It also gives the channel number of each one. Its an excellent diagnostic tool for ...


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You can do this in BBEdit using something called a "Text Factory". A text factory (File => New => Text Factory) allows you to string together as many transformations (including Replace All, but there are many others) as you like. Once you've set it up, you can apply it as a Text Filter to the active document (or selection range), or to a ...


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BBEdit, LibreOffice, and similar tools allow regular expressions in their search/replace dialogues Typically, there is a check box to allow regex or plain text. Then you can replace one at a time or click "replace all."


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Apps can not do this on iOS due to how the OS restricts an app to the sandbox. However, this is precisely what an MDM does. You need no app whatsoever on the iOS side - just a profile and an identity to get Apple to recognize your authority and for each device owner to accept your MDM profile. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202804 If you are a company ...


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You might want to try downloading SMART Notebook Basic for Windows, then the SMART Notebook for iPad app and make sure to download the SMART Notebook Maestro Add-On as well. We use this combo with Macbook Airs/Pros, (not Windows,) and the laptop connects to the iPad, which becomes a virtual whiteboard. I'm not sure if it works with Windows, though. It just ...


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There is a free app called LonelyScreen that will mirror an iPad or iPhone by turning your PC into an AirPlay receiver like a TV (currently a free trial) I’m not affiliated with the developer and I actually found it by doing a Google search. I haven’t tested it yet because I don’t have a PC and I was afraid to try boot camp until I started researching it on ...


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I live in a house with multiple routers – some of which tend to be more reliable than others. Multiple routers? I'm assuming that there's only one Internet service and you're got multiple routers because they're off the shelf WiFi routers you've (or someone else) has configured as wireless access points. If it's consumer grade stuff, there's no doubt that ...


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