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Marta (free + open source) Simple and fast file manager for basic tasks like copying, moving and managing files. Key features Open source macOS native Plugins Macros Dark/White themes Installs from dmg/brew Embedded terminal Tabs Cons Limited functionality at the moment: No file/text search No remote filesystems support (aws, ftp, etc) PS: I'm neither ...


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The following python script will save text on the clipboard to a file on the desktop, with a datestamp. #!/usr/bin/python # getTextclip v.1.3 : Get Text from Clipboard. # This script saves a text file with any text data found on the Mac Clipboard. # If Clipboard.txt exists, the text is appended, with a datestamp. from AppKit import NSPasteboard, ...


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Clipy is open source and does not use any cloud service - just stores the clipboard history and also allows to have a list of pre-defined snippets.


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Vector graphics won't help for this kind of task. All your images are in raster format. Your limit will really be the number of pixels [WxH] rather than 'print size', though you will need at least 150 dpi to print this at a large poster size. Gimp can apparently save images up to 45,000 x 45,000 pixels [though I can't find citation for this] which should be ...


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The easiest system-wide option is to use the third party utility “dnscrypt-proxy”: https://github.com/jedisct1/dnscrypt-proxy Follow their macOS guide to download, install and configure the program. This will essentially setup your system to that System Preferences show that your DNS server is 127.0.0.1 (localhost), which means that all programs using the ...


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If you don't want to clog up your status bar, here is an alternate solution. Save the following AppleScript code as an application in Script Editor.app. Any time you run your new app (double clicking it in Finder), it will display a dialog with your current external IP address and copy it to the clipboard. set theIP to do shell script "curl ifconfig.co" ...


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I found that the closest match is DoubleCommander. With some Mac quirks, as Mac lacks keys like Insert, PgUp/PgDn so it's impossible to map the actions to shortcuts I am used to. But still, it's a decent (cross-platform) two-panel manager.


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Consider Firefox Send: Firefox Send lets you share files with end-to-end encryption and a link that automatically expires. For files up to 1Gb you don't need to sign up.


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Save the file to iCloud and then send the person a link to download it? I'm not a fan of cross platform encryption tools due to the friction to set them up properly and choose them, but you could do far worse than trying signal. https://www.signal.org Other notable options in the space are https://gpgtools.org and https://www.openpgp.org But seriously, ...


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Encrypto by MacPaw is a free file encryption app available for macOS and Windows. The app uses AES-256 with no configuration; provide a password for encryption and optional password hint.


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