You can enable the Script menu from the built-in Script Editor.app: Preferences → General → Show Script menu in menu bar.
Then you can place any AppleScript in this menu by putting the script in your Scripts folder.
To add user-level scripts to the script menu, save them into the ~/Library/Scripts/ folder of your user directory. For quick ...
My solution to darting between Mac and Linux as a developer is to use tmux, which runs in the terminal on both platforms. You get an identical feature set, and you can even sync your config files between the two platforms for all your fave build shortcuts across terminal panes, and anything else you'll ever think of, I imagine.
tmux runs in a terminal, and ...
Download the zip to your Downloads folder
Enter in Terminal: sudo mv ~/Downloads/displayplacer-master/displayplacer /usr/local/bin/
sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/displayplacer
Depending on your Security & Privacy settings you have to allow execution of the file in System Preferences > Security &...
In macOS 10.15 Catalina, I found it in:
This is how I found it:
open Spotlight (Cmd+Space)
hold the keys Alt+Cmd, then double-click on the Terminal.app found by Spotlight (should the first one in the list)
that will open Finder and highlight Terminal.app
if you drag Terminal.app into a text file, ...
The console is your physical computer and the various tty are virtual terminals.
Each tab or window of a terminal emulator like iTerm2.app or Terminal.app will connect to a different tty. MacOS works the same as this quote from one of the answers on your linked question:
So when you look to a "text window" on your linux system (under X11) you are ...
It seems the solution was after running 1st command to run:
Somehow it fixed situation and now again both commands are working without any problem as they did before. Hard to say what was the reason for this (maybe introducting zsh) but now I can again edit files I need
TL;DR I turned the offending line into a comment by adding a ˋ#ˋ in the first column and restarted Apache.
To fix this, I followed the Youtube tutorial and opened up the file "httpd-autoindex.conf" using Finder and navigated down to line 21 which has the error. It reads Alias /icons/ "/usr/share/httpd/icons/".
Then I found this tutorial by just searching ...
I do not know of a speed setting for this action.
That said, the default setting for the Dock preference Minimize windows using: is Genie effect and the Scale effect may be a bit faster, so I'd try that one.
There is also a Suck effect, which can be implemented via Terminal, using the following compound command:
defaults write com.apple.dock mineffect -...
The perform action command is going to go the the frontmost window that meets the criteria of the the given command. As such, you need to use the activate command after tell application "iTerm" so win1 will be frontmost when the perform action command is triggered.
tell application "iTerm"
set win1 to (create window with default ...