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WorkingOn for macOS — Focus on one task at a time.
Keep all the tasks from your todo apps in one place. Choose the task and keep it visible in your menu bar.
productivity  tasks  menubar  osx 
22 hours ago by program247365
Blocs for Mac is a fast, easy to use and powerful visual web design tool, that lets you create responsive websites without writing code.
software  osx  design  webdesign 
22 hours ago by dannydb
Mac OS 9 for OS X/macOS
Under OS X or macOS, software written for the "classic" Mac OS (i.e. versions 6 through 9) can only be run through software that emulates Macintosh hardware from 1980s and 1990s. The most advanced of these emulator programs is SheepShaver. SheepShaver is no longer supported by its original author, Gwenolé Beauchesne, but updates are available from an active support forum at E-Maculation.

This page provides a fully functional SheepShaver system that runs Mac OS 9.0.4 (US English version). Unlike other SheepShaver-based systems, it makes it relatively easy to exchange files between SheepShaver and OS X/macOS, and makes it easy to print from Mac OS applications to OS X/macOS printers, or to create PDF files on the OS X/macOS desktop. It requires OS X 10.10 Yosemite or later.

As of 8 June 2018, this system uses a 64-bit version of SheepShaver, and it should run under macOS 10.14 Mojave and later versions. As of 8 September 2018, screen-size options now (I hope) work correctly.
emulation  emulator  osx  mac  apple  classic 
yesterday by awhite
Muzzle - silence embarrassing notifications
> Automatically turn on Do Not Disturb when screensharing starts. It works with everything.
app  apps  tools  notifications  software  osx  notification  design  macos  mac 
yesterday by jefftriplett
Flush DNS cache locally in macOS, OSX, Linux and Windows
How to clear or flush the local DNS cache in macOS Mojave, Sierra, Mac OS X, Linux and Windows via the Terminal/command line utility
linux  dns  cache  clear  flush  macos  osx  howto  win10 
yesterday by morwyn
How to identify VPN protocols in OS X | Macworld
“When you first set up a VPN connection by opening the Network preference, clicking the plus (+) button near the bottom-left corner of the window, choosing VPN from the Interface pop-up menu, and selecting the kind of protocol you’ll use from the VPN Type menu, the Service Name field will display the protocol in parentheses—VPN (L2TP), for example. Of course, if you change that service name (as most people would) you lose the broad hint OS X provides. Fortunately, there’s another way.

“The three kinds of connections display different options. For an L2TP connection you’ll see entries for Configuration, Server Address, and Account Name as seen here.”
mac  macos  osx  vpn  networking  macworld  2014 
yesterday by handcoding
GitHub - warpling/Macmoji: Slack/GitHub/Trello emoji for your mac! 😁 💥 💻
Slack/GitHub/Trello emoji for your mac! 😁 💥 💻. Contribute to warpling/Macmoji development by creating an account on GitHub.

Most excellent set of Keyboard Maestro emoji substitutions.
emoji  osx  mac 
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