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How to Pause & Resume an App or Process in Mac OS X
Need to quickly free up some processing power? You can do that easily by temporarily pausing and then later resuming any active process or application in Mac OS X. Technically, this is actually ‘stopping’ and ‘continuing’ a process, but a stop is not to be confused with the more aggressive killing or force quitting applications and thus the terminology of pausing or halting is often easier to differentiate the two.
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yesterday by aviflax
key repeat
increase key repeat speed
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yesterday by CivicImages
Developing on OS X Inside Vagrant
I maintain an OS X tool for sandboxing the popular Homebrew package manager called brewdo. Because I need my MacBook to keep working day-to-day, I need a way to develop features and fixes in brewdo without risking my system’s integrity.
If brewdo targeted Linux, I could very easily use Vagrant to spin up a Linux system and develop it there. brewdo targets OS X, though. And although Apple gives permission to virtualize it, they don’t give permission to share copies of it.
But all is not lost. OS X on Vagrant is achievable, and without skirting Apple’s copyright.
osx  vagrant 
yesterday by mlednor
Local Items Keychain Password | Official Apple Support Communities
Clicking the reset button will re-sync your login.keychain password with the iCloud keychain password.
If everything from the above fails for whatever reason the last resort you can do the following:

1. Open terminal
2. cd ~/Library/Keychains
3. ls   
When you 'ls' here you will see a folder that contains a bunch of random number liks so:
94ED610F-DD96-4ECF-A2BC-7D2F8651A464  (this number is unique on each system)
rm -rf 94ED610F-DD96-4ECF-A2BC-7D2F8651A464
<when you log back in everything should be back to normal>

Posted on Oct 24, 2013 10:47 AM

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mac  osx  forum  bug 
yesterday by ndf
TripMode 2 review: Utility manages, blocks, and caps macOS Internet use | Macworld
Monitor and cap your Mac’s Internet data transfer on Wi-Fi networks or while tethering with a well-made management tool.
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A free Mac application to help you avoid distracting websites.
app  mac  osx  productivity  software 
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