I have tried three time tracking apps in total.
Hubstaff, Staff Timer App and Time Doctor. All of them works perfectly fine in windows but for Mac OS, I find Staff Timer App
most easy to use the app. You can add different team members and assign each task to each member and in the end see the total time spend on each task.
There is no built-in means to secure only web browsers on iOS with a passcode that wouldn't also affect the entire device.
Consider erasing the iPhone and enrolling it in an MDM, or mobile device manager, such as Jamf Now.
To proceed, you'll need to use Apple's free Configuration Manager 2.
While you can enroll an iOS device into an MDM (not just Jamf) ...
From email to books, let your iPhone read to you. If you
have a hard time reading the text on your iPhone, use Speak Screen to
read your email, iMessages, web pages, and books. Turn on Speak Screen
and swipe down from the top of the screen with two fingers, or just
tell Siri to Speak Screen and have all the content on the page read
Keynote on the mac can do both. It has standard shapes and the ability to draw lines connected to those shapes. It's a simple way to draw a flowchart. If also supports mathematical expression thru latex. There is an option to insert an equation and you can define anything you like by using latex.
Here is a link to help you with Latex. On this link, you can ...
The README.md file for the mergefs project on GitHub answers this for you...
mergerfs is a union filesystem geared towards simplifying storage and management of files across numerous commodity storage devices. It is similar to mhddfs, unionfs, and aufs.
Unionfs is a FUSE project (available on GitHub) that claims to have Mac support. There ...
Deny any app that needs a background helper and elevated access would be the safe way to sandbox and protect your data. If you grant full disk access and your admin password, all of your data is exploitable, it’s just a matter of how smart and intent that program is to harvest and exfiltrate the data. (Since you didn’t name a specific app, we can’t weigh in ...
This is not an exact answer to what you are looking for, but it is ONE way that you can keep your system safe.
Basically it is an outbound firewall that I have been using for years (I hold no interest in the company, just a happy customer) and it is called Little Snitch.
Basically, once installed, it monitors ALL network traffic and throws up a warning ...
Like mentioned in my comment (now deleted) this is plan9 running acme:
The implementation of plan9 actually used in the video is: Plan 9 from User Space
It has to be installed/compiled with Xcode:
To install, run ./INSTALL. It builds mk and then uses mk to run the rest of the installation.
For more details, see install(1), at ...
Acme in Plan9.
There's a macOS version available.
If you want this video Ori actually talks through and explains how to change and edit how the editor behaves: Plan 9: Not dead, Just Resting, by Ori Bernstein
The best file storage tool is the native tool, so just put your files in folders in the files app on ios13.
There’s no need for a player unless your videos use non-standard codec, and then start with VLC or a different player if you have such a large library that getting things encoded isn’t worth the time. Don’t ...
Have you just tried using iCloud drive on the Mac and the "Files" app on the phone/iPad, with shelves represented by sub-folders?
Apps are opened and marked in Preview on the Mac and in-app markup is allowed in Files.
All changes are synced. Elegant. Free. Baked-in using no extra apps.
The native Books app by Apple. I find all tick boxes you mentioned checked.
Only problem on iOS is this:
Downloaded ibooks get deleted when icloud sync is turned off, even under airplane mode
Books automatically deletes my books when offline, and when there is enough space on device
pip install docx2pdf
# single file
# entire folder