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How to Find the Font That Has the Glyph You Need - : InDesignSecrets
The fonts we use today contain a huge array of Unicode characters. So how do we find the fonts that contain the particular character we want? Sadly, we cannot use InDesign’s Glyphs panel. This panel has many great features, including the ability to create glyph sets for the characters we use frequently. But it contains no search capability, and no way to find a particular glyph across different installed fonts.
There is a great utility which meets this need, but it’s for Mac only. It’s installed on all recent versions of Mac OS X, but it’s not turned on by default, so many Mac users may not even know that it exists. The utility is called the Character Viewer, and this is a brief introduction to its powers. (A free Windows utility called BabelMap is mentioned at the end of this post.)
glyphs  icons  iconfont  macosx  utilities  glyph 
3 days ago by gwippich
DLNA on Mac: The Ultimate Guide – Sal Aguilar's Adventures in IT
Now you can turn on your TV, XBOX, Android Device or any DLNA capable device that is connected to the same network as your Mac, and you should be able to see your Mac serving media files via DLNA.

No need for Apple TV or any other Apple branded media devices. This will make your Mac talk to EVERYONE using a STANDARD that they have refused to use or implement! Bad Apple!
macosx  dlna  media  server  crossplatform  networking 
3 days ago by cyberchucktx
scripting - Best/Easiest/Quickest way to get relative path between two files? - Stack Overflow
Q: [...] Is there some easy way (utility, script, snippet of code) to say "here's file A, here's file B, what is the relative path of file B in relation to file A?"
2009  forumthread  stackexchange  scripting  shell  python  example  tips  filesystem  cli  windows  unix  linux  macosx 
7 days ago by ezequiel
XnConvert · One of the Best Batch Image Processing
XnConvert is a powerful and free cross-platform batch image processing, allowing you to combine over 80 actions. Compatible with 500 formats. It uses the batch processing module of XnViewMP.
converter  freeware  graphics  software  downloads  macosx  windows  linux  debian  centos  redhat  packages  fileformats 
17 days ago by ezequiel

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