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Shiny Frog - Interface design & App development
ダウンロードしようとしたら Delibar 死んでた。
mac  bookmark 
14 hours ago by morygonzalez
LuLu – a free macOS firewall
LuLu is the free, shared-source macOS firewall that aims to block unknown outgoing connections, unless explicitly approved by the user.
monitoring  security  mac  firewall 
21 hours ago by kOoLiNuS
Caret - Markdown Editor for Mac / Windows / Linux
Caret is a Markdown editor for Mac, Windows and Linux.
It stands out with its clean interface, productivity features and obsessive attention to detail.
software  mac  editor  markdown 
yesterday by djmonta
Spotify and iTunes in your macOS menu bar
itunes  software  mac  music 
yesterday by djmonta
Blockhead - Turn your charger so it fits
Side-facing plug for Apple chargers. Turn your Apple charger sideways so it fits in more places.
apple  charger  hardware  mac  macbook  accessory  adapter  power 
yesterday by acrookston
Hustl - Create time-lapse videos of your Mac screen.
The Mac app that lets you create time-lapse videos of your screen without the need for editing or speeding up the video.
screen  desktop  software  mac  image  video 
yesterday by djmonta
Fusion 10 on MacOS High Sierra won't run any VM |VMware Communities
(If VMware gives you shit about “Internal error” or “translocation” when you try to launch it, try this—)
“My Fix: Moving the app from /Applications to my HOME folder and then moving it back to /Applications by using Finder. Using Finder is the important step!
“On the next start, I got the security prompt about the kext files and allowed them in the security options. And viola, no more ‘internal error’, my VMs start again.
“So for some reason your install is triggering this for some people. Happened also after a reinstallation attempt as outlined above. This was with Fusion 10.0.1, never had the release version installed.”
vmware  fusion  2017  error  translocation  mac  osx  macos 
yesterday by handcoding
App Translocation
“My company distributes apps via zip archives, so I put the new OS behavior to the test. I downloaded a zip file to ~/Downloads, unarchived an app from the zip, and opened the app directly from ~/Downloads. The system mounted a read-only disk image in /private/var/folders/[yaddayadda]/AppTranslocation/ (i.e, DARWIN_USER_TEMPDIR/AppTranslocation/), copied the app bundle from ~/Downloads into a folder within the disk image, and launched the app from there. You can verify that the app has been ‘translocated’ by looking under the Activity Monitor ‘Open Files and Ports’ tab in the app process inspector window.

“Under what circumstances does App Translocation occur? First, the app must have a extended attribute. If you delete the quarantine xattr, then App Translocation does not occur, and the app will launch from where it was unarchived, like normal. Second, the app must be opened by Launch Services. This usually means Finder, but it can also mean open from Terminal, for example. If you launch the app executable directly from bash, on the other hand, App Translocation does not occur. Third, the app must not have been moved — by Finder. If you move the app, using Finder, from the app’s original unarchived location to another folder, even a subfolder, e.g., ~/Downloads/Test/, then App Translocation does not occur. However, if you move the app using mv from Terminal, then App Translocation will still occur. Normally you would move the app from ~/Downloads to /Applications, and that would cause the app to be launched from /Applications like normal, but the locations of the particular folders don’t seem to matter. The mere act of moving the app using Finder stops App Translocation from happening. Indeed, once you’ve moved the app once, it will no longer experience App Translocation again, even if you then move it back to ~/Downloads.”
mac  osx  macos  translocation  2018 
yesterday by handcoding

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