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is very neato Vim-ness for Safari. Finally.
safari  macos  mac  osx  browser  vim  editor  shortcuts 
yesterday by der_dennis
The Tectonic Typesetting System
is a modernized, complete, self-contained TeX/LaTeX engine, powered by XeTeX and TeXLive. For those new to it, TeX is a programming language that you use to create typeset documents rather than computer software. TeX is quite archaic in some ways, but it’s still the tool of choice for documents that require precision typography or ones that involve lots of mathematical equations, which makes it especially important in the sciences. Tectonic converts TeX files into PDF files.
latex  tex  linux  unix  mac  osx  macos 
yesterday by der_dennis
is a Python helper library for Alfred 2 and 3 workflow authors. Alfred workflows typically take user input, fetch data from the Web or elsewhere, filter them and display results to the user. Alfred-Workflow takes care of a lot of the details for you, allowing you to concentrate your efforts on your workflow’s functionality.
alfred  launcher  workflow  python  code  macos  mac  apple  osx 
yesterday by der_dennis
What to do before you sell or give away your Mac - Apple Support
Useful checklist about the things that you need to do when selling a Mac. Not doing these things can lead to later frustration, both for you and for whoever buys it.
Mac  macOS  selling  deauthorise 
yesterday by ids
Hands on with Visual Studio for Mac | The Visual Studio Blog
Visual Studio for Mac was released just under two months ago at Build 2017, and already we’ve seen tremendous growth in .NET developers working on the Mac. Visual Studio for Mac enables you to build native apps for macOS, native mobile apps for iOS, tvOS, watchOS, and Android, using Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms; and web sites and services using ASP.NET Core. You can also use Unity to build cross-platform 3D games.
macos  dotnet  programming 
2 days ago by andyhuey
apenwarr/sshuttle: Transparent proxy server that works as a poor man's VPN. Forwards over ssh. Doesn't require admin. Works with Linux and MacOS. Supports DNS tunneling.
Transparent proxy server that works as a poor man's VPN. Forwards over ssh. Doesn't require admin. Works with Linux and MacOS. Supports DNS tunneling.
networking  proxy  vpn  tunnel  tunneling  dns  ssh  transparent  server  linux  macos  mac  osx 
2 days ago by sharjeelsayed
Make a Bootable Flash Installer of OS X or macOS
There are two ways to make a bootable copy of the installer; one makes use of Terminal, the command-line utility included with all copies of OS X and macOS; the other uses a combination of the Finder, Disk Utility, and Terminal to get the job done.

In the past, I've always shown you the manual method, which uses the Finder, Disk Utility, and Terminal. Although this method involves more steps, it's easier for many Mac users because the majority of the process uses familiar tools. This time around, I'm going to show you the Terminal app method, which uses a single command that has been included with the Mac OS installer since OS X Mavericks was released. Don't worry; if you would rather use the method we've used in the past, I've included a link to the last time we used the Finder/Disk Utility method.
howto  macos  macosx  troubleshooting 
2 days ago by rmohns
How to Turn Off Sierra’s Optimized Storage - TidBITS
When first introducing macOS 10.12 Sierra, Apple made much of Optimized Storage, a marketing term that encompasses various settings and cloud-related technologies for moving data from a Mac’s space-constrained local drive to the cloud. In “Explaining Sierra’s Optimized Storage” (19 September 2016), I tried to lay out what Optimized Storage covers, explain the Storage Management window interface, and give suggestions about what you should or should not enable manually. Since Optimized Storage deletes data from your local drive such that it may not exist in your backups, you should be aware of the implications of turning it on.
apple  macos 
2 days ago by andyhuey

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