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CheatSheet - Kenne deine Tastaturkürzel
Nur die ⌘-Taste etwas länger gedrückt halten um eine Liste aller Tastaturkürzel zu erhalten
9 hours ago by longfried
Unlock your FileVault-encrypted boot drive using Disk Utility on macOS Mojave | Der Flounder
1. Open Disk Utility.
2. Select the locked encrypted drive.
3. Click the Mount button.
Alternatively, you can select the Mount command under the File menu.
4. In the password blank which appears, enter the password to a FileVault-enabled account on the drive.
5. If the authentication is accepted, the drive should unlock and mount.
mh  mhie  sicurezza  crittografia  filevault  mojave  mac  macintosh  macosx  osx  macos  tutorial 
11 hours ago by nicoladagostino
macOS 10.13 High Sierra: The Ars Technica review | Ars Technica
What’s here in High Sierra is fine. I just wish that there was more of it—or that what’s here felt even half as adventurous as what’s happening on the iPad.
MacOS  HighSierra  review 
yesterday by euler
macOS 10.14 Mojave: The Ars Technica review | Ars Technica
Mojave, macOS version 10.14, takes the opposite approach. It still does some foundation-laying, especially around iOS apps, and it finishes up a few things that didn’t quite get finished in High Sierra. But it also includes the biggest and most consequential changes to the Mac’s user interface, the desktop, and Finder that we’ve seen in years; some brand-new apps ported over from iOS; new automation features; an overhauled App Store; and significant improvements to small but frequently-used actions like taking screenshots or using Quick Look.
MacOS  Mojave  review 
yesterday by euler
TotalSpaces2 Pre-releases
This looks to be the changelog page for TotalSpaces2’s beta releases.
totalspaces  totalspaces2  virtualdesktops  mac  macos  osx  2019 
yesterday by handcoding
Inside APFS: new Apple File System detailed at WWDC to replace HFS+ in 2017
It's notable that Apple has been expanding upon HFS+ for years. Apple hired file system guru Dominic Giampaolo back in 2002, before the company even had a significant mobile device business and at at time when Macs were just transitioning from the classic Mac OS 9 to the new OS X, and would remain PowerPC based for another four years.

BeOS File Types let users set MIME types, icons, application binding, filename extensions and attributes

Giampaolo was perhaps best known for developing BeFS in 1996, an advanced file system of its time designed for BeOS (above). It relied heavily on extended file attribute metadata that the system could index to enable users to quickly search for data like a relational database. Today, iTunes and Photos similarly present collections of items in an easy to sort and search fashion.

Giampaolo literally wrote the book on file system design. After joining Apple, he worked on adding file system journaling to HFS+ (which was turned on by default in Mac OS X 10.3), and then initiated the Spotlight project to bring BeFS-style, indexed metadata search to the Mac (a feature which debuted in 2005).
Apple  filesystem  MacOS  APFS  history  culture 
yesterday by euler
OS X scripting solutions for home & enterprise
javascript  shell  scripting  apple  applescript  macos  osx  bash 
yesterday by AlanRalph
Musish/Musish: Apple Music...ish
Apple Music...ish . Contribute to Musish/Musish development by creating an account on GitHub.
macos  music 
yesterday by geetarista

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