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Michael Tsai - Blog - Continued Mac Bluetooth Problems
“I continue to have problems with spontaneous Bluetooth disconnections and with mouse lag that forces me to reboot. It does seem to help to either turn off Bluetooth on other Macs in the same room or to disable Handoff, but neither of those workarounds should be necessary. Everything worked fine for me until one of the early macOS 10.12.x updates.”

And from one of the comments:
“I have a bluetooth speaker, and sometimes the Mac stops being able to connect to it when it’s turned on. One thing I found that helps is to take my iPhone and try to share something (I usually use a web page) via AirDrop with the Mac. It sometimes takes two or three tries, but once AirDrop properly shows the Mac as an option, suddenly the computer will connect to the speaker.”
mac  macos  osx  bluetooth  2018  mjtsai 
3 days ago by handcoding
macOS Hidden Treasures: Secrets of the System Preferences Window - TidBITS
“System Preferences is easy to use: open it, click here, click there—whoops, not there, over here instead… wait, where is that setting? My point is: System Preferences could be easier to use. And it is, once you know the details.

“You don’t, for instance, need 30-plus items displayed when you use only a dozen of them regularly. You don’t always have to start with the full window, click a preference pane, and then click a tab to get where you want to be. And that Search field is more useful than you might expect.”
mac  osx  macos  tidbits  systempreferences  2018 
9 days ago by handcoding
Word:mac - Install a Macro
“If someone on a newsgroup gave you a macro or some VBA to fix a problem, this is what you do with that text. Macros in Word are written in a coding language called VBA, or Visual Basic for Applications. This article explains how to install a macro step by step. It assumes no prior knowledge, but does presume that you have the text of the macro ready to copy.”
word  mac  osx  macros  2018 
9 days ago by handcoding
Tootdon
(Apparently this is the Mastodon client that BigZaphod is trying out. )

“Now I have 24 followers at https://mastodon.social/@bigzaphod

“Also trying out Tootdon https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tootdon-for-mastodon/id1282283934?mt=8 as a client (found I can change to a darker theme in settings so it’s somewhat bearable).

“Why are most of the iOS clients free?”
(via: https://twitter.com/BigZaphod/status/1027372888339435520)
bigzaphod  mastodon  twitter  software  2018  mac 
10 days ago by handcoding
jukben/keyboardio-led-custom-palette: 🎨🦋LED Custom Palette – design the lighs on your Model01 with an ease
“This is a small utility for my lovely keyboard – Model01 Keyboard - it basically allows you to design your own color layout and then store it EEPROM thus it will be persisted in your keyboard.”
mac  keyboardio  lights  2018 
10 days ago by handcoding
Popular Newton Email App for iOS and Mac Shutting Down in September - Mac Rumors
“Newton, a popular email service for iOS and Mac, is shutting down on September 25, the company’s founder Rohit Nadhani announced today.

“Newton is a subscription-based app that costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year, a business model that did not end up being successful. Nadhani says that the company explored ‘various business models’ but wasn’t able to ‘successfully figure out profitability & growth over the long term.’”
mac  email  2018  software  macrumors 
11 days ago by handcoding
Leigh Honeywell (not in Vegas 🙅‍♀️🎲) on Twitter: "Also one of the actual best life hacks I’ve ever come across is putting a @DecalGirl skin on my laptops and then putting the stickers on that instead of directly on the machine. It’s the be
“Also one of the actual best life hacks I’ve ever come across is putting a @DecalGirl skin on my laptops and then putting the stickers on that instead of directly on the machine. It’s the best.”
mac  stickers  laptops  2018 
12 days ago by handcoding
Base64 Encode & Decode on OSX – dor.ky
This page goes over some Terminal commands that one can use to encode or decode base64 text.
mac  base64  terminal  shell  software  2018 
12 days ago by handcoding
Simple Base64 Encode & Decode on Mac OSX / Linux with OpenSSL – drewsymo
(Base64 mostly comes into play with email encoding, at least in your case.)
“Looking for a fast and convenient way to Base64 encode / decode a given string using your Mac or Linux machine? You can do it using the pre-installed OpenSSL package.”
base64  mac  macos  osx  2018  software 
12 days ago by handcoding
macos - Disabling the "keep pressed" function of OS X sticky keys - Ask Different
(On using StickyKeys in macOS:)
“I believe you have to press it 3 times to release it.

“First Press - Locks the modifier key, and unlocks it after the next key press
“Second Press - Locks the modifier key for multiple other key presses.
“Third Press - Unlocks the modifier.”
stickeykeys  macos  mac  osx  accessibility  a11y  2011 
14 days ago by handcoding
Time Machine Backup Stuck at “Cleaning Up” – Macriot
“If you are still reading this article, you are probably wearing a frown at this point. Not only has Google ‘implanted’ an app into your Mac OS without clearly stating, this same app is also an always-active-daemon, i.e. an app that constantly runs in the background. Checking and communicating with Google servers.

“Its bad enough that this chews up invaluable processor time and power, as well as internet bandwidth, on the Time Machine backup process front, it has been identified as one of the culprits that cause the annoying forever ‘cleaning up’ phase.”
google  timemachine  2014  software  mac  osx 
17 days ago by handcoding
David Zuelke on Twitter: "found out the other day that if you long-click the reader view icon in the location bar, you can permanently enable reader mode for that site. The same thing works in iOS.… https://t.co/dHeCJ0vBLH"
“found out the other day that if you long-click the reader view icon in the location bar, you can permanently enable reader mode for that site. The same thing works in iOS.”
safari  mac  osx  macos  ios  readerview  2018  dzuelke 
17 days ago by handcoding
Shovel Knight and Nailing Nostalgia | Game Maker's Toolkit - YouTube
This 2D platformer, Shovel Knight, looks like it could be good fun.
games  retro  mac  software  video  youtube  2018 
18 days ago by handcoding
Donut County on Twitter: "It’s official. Donut County is coming out August 28 on PS4, Steam, iOS, Mac App Store, and GoG. Preorder now on PS4! https://t.co/bCLWqaxnFM"
(This looks kinda fun.)
“It’s official. Donut County is coming out August 28 on PS4, Steam, iOS, Mac App Store, and GoG.

“Preorder now on PS4!”
games  mac  software  2018 
18 days ago by handcoding
Undervolting macbook pro 2017 !!! - Ars Technica OpenForum
(Well, this seems promising.)
“Get yourself a copy of ‘Turbo Boost Switcher’ and just turn off turbo boost for long running tasks.

“I have the non-touchbar 2017 13’ MBP. It’s base clock speed is 2.3 GHz, while the turbo speed is 3.6 GHz. The power consumption at 3.6 GHz is more than three times higher than at 2.3. (You can measure this with Intel Power Gadget or with iStat Menus.) At 2.3 GHz, the fans will _never_ spin above the base 1200 RPM and the temps will never go above 80 C or so on my CPU-only workloads.”
mac  turboboostswitcher  software  fans  2017 
18 days ago by handcoding
Low Power Mode on the Mac – Marco.org
“And Volta, which offers both wattage limits and Turbo disabling, requires disabling System Integrity Protection to install an unsigned kernel extension, which I really don’t recommend. Turbo Boost Switcher, which doesn’t offer wattage control, works with SIP using a signed extension and its Pro version has more convenient features for automatic toggling.

“For now, I’m going to continue to happily run Turbo Boost Switcher Pro to selectively give myself better battery life, and I recommend it for anyone else with the same need.

“But what I ultimately want is for a true Low Power Mode built into macOS that could provide this sort of CPU throttling and software changes, which would ultimately achieve even greater gains.”
mac  power  marcoarment  2018  volta  turboboostswitcher 
18 days ago by handcoding
Volta - Ultimate power control for Mac
(This jobbie claims to:)
“• Increase battery life
• Reduce power consumption
• Reduce thermal output”

(via: https://marco.org/2018/07/31/mac-low-power-mode)
mac  power  cpu  2018  via:marcoarment 
18 days ago by handcoding
WindowServer is ruining my life! | Communities
“I opened Activity Monitor, sorted by ‘% CPU’, and watched WindowServer as I first closed Safari and then Firefox - there was no effect on WindowServer. But when I closed Skype, WindowServer immediately dropped to around 2%. Problem solved.”
windowserver  mac  macos  cpu  osx  2014  skype 
18 days ago by handcoding
ToothFairy: Bluetooth utility for Mac
(Perhaps this could come in handy for your 8BitDo gamepad?)
“AirPods are great, but they don’t work quite as smoothly with Macs as they do iPhones. You can’t tell at a glance whether audio will play from the AirPods or your Mac’s built-in speaker, you have to dig into a Bluetooth submenu to connect, and then you have to go back to the menu to see when the AirPods are ready for use. ToothFairy streamlines this: just click an icon in the menu bar (or press a hotkey) to switch to the AirPods, and the icon always shows whether they’re connected.

“Works with AirPods, as well as any Bluetooth device that you can connect to your Mac: headphones, speakers, headsets, game pad controllers, keyboards, mice, etc. (HomePod is not supported, as it is not a Bluetooth audio device.)”
bluetooth  utilities  2018  software  mac  macos  osx 
19 days ago by handcoding
Pierre Igot on Twitter: "Today, I had to do this (https://t.co/MGKss1hz4J), i.e. disable “kernel extension user content” in #macOS #HighSierra, because, as usual, the implementation by @apple is buggy, and third-party developers are trailing far behin
(If you should need to force-enable a kext on macOS High Sierra or later, this may be worth a look.)
“Today, I had to do this (ªªhttps://discussions.apple.com/thread/8132100 ºº), i.e. disable ‘kernel extension user content’ in #macOS #HighSierra, because, as usual, the implementation by @apple is buggy, and third-party developers are trailing far behind…”

(And if need be, here’s a direct link to the relevant discussions.apple.com thread:
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/8132100)
macos  mac  osx  2018  kexts  betalogue  twitter  10.13 
24 days ago by handcoding
Password Rules / UITextInputPasswordRules - NSHipster
“WebKit engineer Daniel Bates submitted this proposal for consideration to the WHATWG on March 1st. On June 6th, the WebKit team announced Safari Technology Preview Release 58, with support for strong password generation using the new passwordrules attribute. This announcement coincided with the release iOS 12 beta SDKs at WWDC, which included a new UITextInputPasswordRules API, along with a number of other password management features, including Security Code AutoFill and federated authentication.

“Password rules are like a recipe for password generators. By following a few simple rules, the password generator can randomly generate new, secure passwords that comply with the particular requirements of the service provider.

“Password rules consist of one or more key-value pairs in the following form:

“required: lower; required: upper; required: digit; allowed: ascii-printable; max-consecutive: 3;”
ios  safari  mac  macos  osx  2018  passwords  security 
26 days ago by handcoding
OpenEmu - Multiple Video Game System
“For the first time, the 'It just works' philosophy now extends to open source video game emulation on the Mac. With OpenEmu, it is extremely easy to add, browse, organize and with a compatible gamepad, play those favorite games (ROMs) you already own.”
mac  games  emulators  software  2018 
29 days ago by handcoding
How to Fix Blurry Fonts on macOS Mojave (With Subpixel Antialiasing)
“Apple’s macOS Mojave disables subpixel antialiasing, also known as font smoothing, by default. On a MacBook Air or a desktop Mac hooked up to a non-Retina display, upgrading will make your fonts look worse.

“Update: As some eagle-eyed readers have noticed, the below trick doesn’t technically enable subpixel antialiasing. However, this does increase font weight, which makes fonts look less jagged and all-around better on the MacBook Air and other low-resolution displays.”
mac  macos  osx  2018  aliasing 
4 weeks ago by handcoding
Why are my Mac’s fans running at full blast? – The Eclectic Light Company
“There are several tools which can tell you measured temperatures from within your Mac, as well as its fan speed. Available from the App Store are System Monitor (above), Temperature Gauge (below), and more.”
mac  fans  temperatures  software  eclecticlight  2018 
4 weeks ago by handcoding
St. Clair Software Blog » Blog Archive » Getting rid of the DropBox QuickLook plugin
“It turns out that a new beta of DropBox (version 54.3.86) installs its own QuickLook generator plugin that overrides the system-supplied plugin for generating a number of file and image formats – including those MS Office files. OK, fine – just delete it, right? That worked until he restarted his Mac, then DropBox launched at login and promptly (and silently) reinstalled its QuickLook plugin again. I guess it knows what’s best for us, eh?”
dropbox  software  quicklook  defaultfolderx  mac  osx  2018 
4 weeks ago by handcoding
Macbook slow after upgrading to macOS Sierra - Nick Ang
“Internet Accounts is the central place to link up Gmail and other sorts of services to your Macbook – something useful but non-essential. To prevent the soagent and callservicesd from continuing to hog your RAM:

“1. Open System Preferences
“2. Go to Internet Accounts -> remove all Google-related email accounts
“3. Restart your laptop
“4. Verify that your laptop is running at normal speed again (no longer slow)
“5. Re-add your Google email account (I re-added and the problem didn’t reappear)
“6. It may be a bug in the new macOS, I’m not sure. But I’m glad it solved the problem. Hope it does the same for you if you’re in a similar situation!”
mac  osx  macos  2017  soagent  cpu 
4 weeks ago by handcoding
CSS System Font Stack Monospace v1 | Nick Galbreath
“The new San Francisco font has a monospace version ‘SFMono-Regular’. It’s beautiful. But it’s not a true system font - it’s only available in Apple’s Terminal application and/or other custom applications via XCode. On macOS, you can manually install SFMono-Regular using some hackery so it can be used in CSS, but no such trick exists for iOS. Until Apple clears this up, it’s not going in the font stack.”
sanfrancisco  monospaced  typefaces  fonts  css  mac  macos  osx  2017 
5 weeks ago by handcoding
dtinth/atom-import-sf-mono: Use the SF Mono font in Atom by importing it from Terminal.app
“New San Francisco Monospaced font is gorgeous! Unfortunately, it’s only available inside Terminal.app (and Xcode.app).

“This Atom package imports the ‘SF Mono’ font directly from Terminal.app, which allows you to use this font in Atom.”
sfmono  monospaced  typefaces  mac  osx  sanfrancisco  fonts  2018 
5 weeks ago by handcoding
macOS Sierra CalNCService high CPU usage – IT Solver Support
(Some ideas if CalendarAgent is bogarting the CPU:)
“My Mac was running loud and hot so I do what most tech heads do, opened Activity Monitor to investigate. Discovered CalNCService process was using 80+ % CPU. 
“ 
“First try these quick fixes
“• Don Rowlands had success by disabling Google calendar sync in Internet Accounts System Preferences. Worked for me including re-enabling calendar sync.
“• Phong (apple.stackexchange.com) suggested to remove Calendar and/or Reminders widgets from the Today Notification Center. Applied this now as I don’t use the Today section of Notification Center.
“• user1559834 (apple.stackexchange.com) went full hog and removed ALL widgets from Notifications Center’s Today tab (i.e still leave notifications in place)”
mac  macos  osx  calendaragent  2018 
5 weeks ago by handcoding
WindowServer memory leak on High Sierra? : hackintosh
(Hmm—that’s not so good.)
“In short, if on any monitor (internal or external) you have scaling enabled (like external monitor have higher/lower resolution and you connected it in ‘clone mode’, or you use non default resolution on internal), WindowServer will bleed and gobble memory (any model of osx machine).”
windowserver  mac  macos  cpu  osx  2017  reddit 
5 weeks ago by handcoding
Is this the longest-running bug in macOS? – The Eclectic Light Company
“What you should then see are two columns: the first is the listing of your Documents folder just as before, but that to the right now fills the rest of the window as its width is incorrectly calculated. Select a folder within that and the window is almost useless, as the bug propagates down through the files and folders.

“There are two good workarounds. The first is to select a different folder in Documents, then use the back button to return to your chosen folder, with its width correctly displayed. Even neater is to click on the back button to return to Applications (but this time don’t click on any of its contents), then click on the forward button.”
mac  macos  osx  bugs  2018  eclecticlight 
6 weeks ago by handcoding
Show Time on "Today" and "Yesterday" mail? - Apple Community
“All my Today and Yesterday emails have the times – just increase the width of that Column a bit.”
email  2008  mail.app  mac  osx  macos 
6 weeks ago by handcoding
Notifications do not stay in notification center · Issue #539 · mattermost/desktop · GitHub
(Some potential ideas about the notification bits for Tweetbot?)
“Not issue for electron. The problem is caused by Electron’s implementation (not bug) and mattermost’s notification duration.

“Slack uses alternative native modules, electron-windows-notifications and node-mac-notifier. Of course we can use it, but need to ignore duration setting to prevent disappearing.”
tweetbot  notifications  2018  mac 
6 weeks ago by handcoding
LaunchBar on Twitter: "As a workaround you might turn off Tags indexing – but that's no solution of course. Please enter this Terminal command: defaults write at.obdev.LaunchBar DebugLogIndexUpdateReason YES Then restart LaunchBar and have a look at the
(On debugging LaunchBar:)
“As a workaround you might turn off Tags indexing – but that’s no solution of course. Please enter this Terminal command:

“defaults write at.obdev.LaunchBar DebugLogIndexUpdateReason YES

“Then restart LaunchBar and have a look at the Console.”
launchbar  tags  2018  osx  macos  mac  danfrakes 
6 weeks ago by handcoding
macOS High Sierra Beta 2 System Items | Bartender 3
“With the release of macOS High Sierra Beta 2, Apple have tightened SIP (System Integrity Protection) further and this has prevented System Items being controlled by Bartender 2. We are working hard on the best way to move forward with System Items.

“NOTE: Using the system component by disabling SIP currently crashes System Items in macOS High Sierra Beta 2 and we do not recommend using it.”
highsierra  mac  macos  osx  2018 
6 weeks ago by handcoding
macos - Change update frequency of App Store in Yosemite? - Ask Different
"Is there a way to change the frequency the App Store checks for updates in Yosemite?"
mac  macappstore  2015 
6 weeks ago by handcoding
Disable tailspind and spindump to Speed Up your Mac - The Mac Observer
“Apple’s macOS High Sierra introduced enough performance enhancements that my dual-core, 2011 MacBook Air felt like it had new life breathed into it. Occasionally, though – and more and more frequently recently – events would cascade such that my CPU would run at full tilt for 5-10 minutes before finally settling in. When that was happening, Activity Monitor and/or iStat Menus would show two system processes chewing up CPU: tailspind and spindump. Time to figure out how to stop that!”
mac  osx  spindump  macos  2018  cpu  jank 
6 weeks ago by handcoding
Apache not working with user Sites folder on macOS 10.13 High Sierra - Ask Different
(If Apacha on High Sierra fucks with you again, this may be the solution.)
“I just had this same issue, and wanted to do exactly what you wanted (keep the root at /Library/WebServer/Documents, but also allow user Sites folders). I’m not sure if this will be helpful, but after banging at this for hours tonight, looking line by line thru all of the .conf files, and wondering what was wrong, I realized that httpd process wasn’t able to read my own user directory. For some reason it was set as 750, and the _www user is unable to read it. Once I fixed that by running ‘chmod 755 .’ on my user directory, the Sites folder showed right up.

“I’m not sure how my own user directory got like that, as it appears that they default to 755 when I create a new user. And I had already double-checked many times that my Sites folder was set to 755.”
apache  10.13  mac  macos  osx  403  forbidden 
7 weeks ago by handcoding
CalendarAgent consuming CPU - Apple Community
(On CalendarAgent using lots of CPU:)
“I believe that the culprit is Siri trying to help with Calendar suggestions. The problem is especially acute when I run terminal and execute a long script with lots of text output. I’m guessing that the screen is saved to a backing file often, and Siri probably starts over with the file any time it changes. Other Siri modules might also be scanning the same file, but the Calendar ‘suggestions’ seem to come with a very high CPU cost. You can turn it off by de-selecting:
“System Settings->Siri->Siri Suggestions & Privacy…>Calendar.”
calendaragent  cpu  mac  macos  osx  2018 
7 weeks ago by handcoding
Mac Notification Center does not work: the Quick Fix · Nicola Iarocci
“I had this happen to me a few times already. Notification Center on the Mac goes completely numb: no more notifications and the list is empty. I’m writing down the fix, so I do not have to google the forums once again the next time.

“Open the Terminal, then:

# this usually fails, as the notification server is already running
launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.notificationcenterui.plist

# kills and restarts the notification center - fixed!.
killall NotificationCenter
mac  notifications  notificationscenter  2018  macos 
7 weeks ago by handcoding
Notification Center on OS Sierra isn't wo… - Apple Community
“Paste this in Terminal and it will show Notification Center again:
launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.notificationcenterui.plist killall NotificationCenter
“You may have to restart your Mac afterwards.
“THIS SOLUTION WORKS! TESTED MYSELF”
notificationcenter  2017  mac  macos  notifications 
7 weeks ago by handcoding
Yosemite forgetting Notification settings after every restart or login | MacRumors Forums
(On fixing the Notification Center prefs:)
“Here are the instructions I got from AppleCare from an Apple Engineer. I’m not sure if the fix was specifically for my machine or if it’ll work for someone else. Follow at your own risk.

“1. Open the Library folder in your Home folder.
“2. In the Library folder, open the Application Support folder.
“3. Locate the folder named NotificationCenter. Drag this folder to the desktop.
“4. Next, open the Terminal application.

“Copy and paste each line of these commands into the Terminal window, in order. Press return after each line:

“cd getconf DARWIN_USER_DIR
“rm -rf com.apple.notificationcenter
“killall usernoted; killall NotificationCenter

“5. Close the Terminal app.
“6. Restart your computer.

“The notification preference changes won’t stick until you restart a 2nd time after this.”
notificationcenter  2014  mac  macos  macrumors  notifications 
7 weeks ago by handcoding
Michael Tsai - Blog - Faster Swiping Between Pages
“One of the irritations is that, if you’re using a trackpad, it reloads the page each time you two-finger swipe to go back. This can be slow but also infuriating if you’re scrolling through an auto-updating webpage list, for example, because the page will reload and you’ll be thrown back to the top of the list.

“The solution is to activate three-finger back gesture—and then train yourself to make use of it. Here’s why: For reasons only known to Apple software engineers, using this gesture instead of the standard two-finger swipe means the page isn’t reloaded. It’s looks just as it did when you clicked away from it and it instantly appears without any redrawing or rendering.”
mac  safari  gestures  mjtsai  2018 
8 weeks ago by handcoding
Speed up your Mac via hidden prefs | The Robservatory
“Here are three of my favorites—three that not only perceptually but actually increase the speed of your interactions with your Mac. I still, to this day, execute these commands on any new Mac I set up.”
mac  macos  osx  2016  terminal  prefs  defaults 
8 weeks ago by handcoding
Speed Up an Old Mac By Disabling These Animations
“Disabling animations makes OS X feel a bit faster, though it also makes it a little less fun to use. Still, if you’re sick of everything being slow, you can dig into the command line to fix things up. These are verified to work in OS X El Capitan, though they should also work in Yosemite.”
lifehacker  2015  mac  macos  osx  terminal  shell  defaults  animation 
8 weeks ago by handcoding
Thunderbird about:config Modifications - Indie IT Wiki
This page goes over some potential fixes for Thunderbird’s high CPU usage, including tweaks to mail.db.idle_limit and mail.db.max_open, though who knows whether those might do much.
thunderbird  cpu  mac  2018  prefs 
8 weeks ago by handcoding
Thunderbird hangs with high constant CPU load (25%) and increasing memory usage (1GB+) · Issue #326 · Ericsson/exchangecalendar
“I had the same problem with TB (25% CPU load and almost 4GB memory). I fixed this problem deleting the file ‘global-messages-db.sqlite’ located in the C:.default directory. This rebuilt the Global Database. See https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/rebuilding-global-database for more info.”
thunderbird  cpu  mac  2015 
8 weeks ago by handcoding
C-Command Software Blog - ToothFairy 2.4.5
“AirPods are great, but they don’t work quite as smoothly with Macs as they do iPhones. You can’t tell at a glance whether audio will play from the AirPods or your Mac’s built-in speaker, you have to dig into a Bluetooth submenu to connect, and then you have to go back to the menu to see when the AirPods are ready for use. ToothFairy streamlines this: just click an icon in the menu bar (or press a hotkey) to switch to the AirPods, and the icon always shows whether they’re connected.”
airpods  mac  bluetooth  software  2018 
9 weeks ago by handcoding
How to use Preview on Mac | iMore
This isn’t a bad introduction to Preview for beginners.
2017  mac  macos  osx  preview  beginners  pdf 
9 weeks ago by handcoding
Slow Graphics Performance MacOS High Sierra | Communities
(This is about—among other things—WindowServer being CPU hoggy.)
“Am I the only one that witnessing horribly slow graphics performance and high CPU usage in 10.13?

“Any solutions to speed things up?”
windowserver  highsierra  mac  macos  osx  2018 
9 weeks ago by handcoding
High Sierra's External Display bug heats Macbook's, damaged my Retina Screen, what can I do? - Ask Different
“You may want to see if the latest NVIDIA drivers fix the overheating issue. They fixed my GPU performance and overheating problems. Update to 10.13.2 + supplemental (released Jan 8) and then install the most recent driver linked here: https://www.tonymacx86.com/nvidia-drivers/

“If you don’t have the latest update the installer won’t work. They are OS version specific as per https://gfe.nvidia.com/mac-update

“(edit: driver helped for a while but the memory leak came back. sigh. back to not having scaled mode available on external screens…)”
mac  osx  macos  windowserver  2017  cpu  monitors 
9 weeks ago by handcoding
OSX Sierra - WindowServer process hangs, high CPU, whole OS freezes - Ask Different
“Wow I accidentally debugged this myself.

“It seems after all that my problem was actually a side effect caused by the real issue which was: macOS Sierra changed how it handled defaults write NSGlobalDomain KeyRepeat -int 0, it no longer supported a zero value, and I had it changed to zero in Yosemite or El Capitan to make the cursor advance faster. To reset it back to normal parameters I changed the keyboard typing delays in the System Preferences > Keyboard back to fastest (both sliders were dragged to the left side).”
mac  osx  windowserver  2018  stackexchange  cpu  keyboard  repeat 
9 weeks ago by handcoding
How to use desktop Stacks in macOS Mojave to organize your files
“If you’re one of those folks who keep lots of data (or file shortcuts) on your Mac desktop, the new desktop Stacks tool in macOS Mojave is for you. Here’s how to use it.”
mojave  osx  mac  macos  stacks  desktop  2018 
9 weeks ago by handcoding
BEST GUIDE: Page Up and Page Down on a Mac OS X - Appuals.com
Looks like you need to hit Option+PageDn to move the viewport down and the cursor down too.
mac  keyboard  shortcuts  pagedn  pageup  2018 
9 weeks ago by handcoding
What’s New in Safari - Apple Developer
(As of June 2018 about Safari 12.)
“Support for .safariextz-style Safari Extensions installed from the Safari Extensions Gallery is deprecated with Safari 12 on macOS. Submissions to the Safari Extensions Gallery will no longer be accepted after December 2018. Developers are encouraged to transition to Safari App Extensions.

“Support for developer-signed .safariextz Safari Extensions in Safari 12 on macOS has been removed. They no longer appear in Safari preferences and cannot be enabled. On first launch users will receive a warning notification and these extension will not load.”
safari  mac  osx  macos  extensions 
10 weeks ago by handcoding
GIPHY Capture
“GIPHY CAPTURE is the best way to create GIFs on your Mac. Simple, powerful, free, and easy enough for pretty much everyone and even a few small mammals.”
mac  software  2018  gifs 
10 weeks ago by handcoding
TodayFlights: A Flight Status Widget for macOS – MacStories
“Developer Josh Parnham reverse-engineered the private APIs Apple uses for its flight status data detectors and built a macOS Today widget called TodayFlights. The widget displays the same interface and information as Apple’s data detector but in macOS’s Notification Center.”
mac  osx  macos  flights  status  2018  travel 
10 weeks ago by handcoding
software recommendation - Best app to switch between all open windows - Ask Different
“Here’s a list of all the options from this page [for keyboard switching between apps]:

“• Mission Control and native keyboard shortcuts: ⌘+tab or ⌘+` (backtick)
“• Witch [Yosemite or later] [$14]
“• Hyperswitch [‘Mountain Lion, Mavericks & Yosemite’; works on Sierra & High Sierra] [$0 Free] [window preview]
“• Contexts [‘Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra’] [$9 after Free trial]
“• Optimal Layout [Snow Leopard or later] [$14 after Free trial]
“• Karabiner - [Tiger - El Capitan, ‘not Sierra’]
“• Senebier [‘10.4 or later’]”
keyboard  macos  mac  osx  2018  software  shortcuts 
11 weeks ago by handcoding
How to use Apple Hardware Test on your Mac - Apple Support
“Turn on your Mac, then immediately press and hold the D key on your keyboard. Keep holding the D key until you see the Apple Hardware Test icon.”
mac  macbookpro  hardware  diagnostics  troubleshooting  2018  apple 
11 weeks ago by handcoding
SuperTab
(If you should need an app switcher, this may be one such option:)
“When you press Command-Tab on your Mac, Apple provides you with a simple App Switcher. Why settle for just Apps when – with SuperTab installed – you get so much more.”
mac  osx  macos  switchers  2018 
12 weeks ago by handcoding
Command-Tab Plus - Applications and Windows Switcher for Mac
(Perhaps this could be an alternative to Witch, if need be?)
“When you work with a lot of programs which are loaded, switching between them makes a problem, because it often takes a long time. Command-Tab Plus gives you many improvements in working with multiple applications and designed to be an alternative to the native Apple’s App-Switcher.”
witch  mac  macos  osx  switchers  2018 
12 weeks ago by handcoding
Keyboard shortcuts for OS X’s Cmd+Tab Application Switcher | MacYourself
“Navigate between apps
“Continuing to press Tab to move through the Application Switcher list is one way to select a running program. To move in the opposite direction (right to left), either hold Shift along with Command+Tab or just press Command+`. You can also use the left and right arrow keys (with Command still held) to navigate back and forth.

“Hide & quit apps
“While a program’s icon is selected in the Application Switcher, you can press the H key to hide it from view. Pressing H again will make it reappear (unhide) in 10.5 and 10.6. Similarly, pressing Q will completely quit the selected application.”
mac  2010  switchers  macos  osx  keyboard  shortcuts 
12 weeks ago by handcoding
Performance - Thunderbird - MozillaZine Knowledge Base
This post offers some ideas for improving Thunderbird’s CPU usage, though most of it seems to be of the blame-the-user variety.
thunderbird  cpu  mac  2018 
12 weeks ago by handcoding
Release notes for Office 2016 for Mac - Office Support
Looks like this is Microsoft’s changelog for Office 2016 for Mac.
office  word  excel  2016  changelog  microsoft  2018  mac 
12 weeks ago by handcoding
Apple’s Emoji Search Is Bad – MacStories
“Prior to macOS Sierra’s release in September 2016, emoji search for Mac was the opposite: general terms wouldn’t return any results - but if you knew the emoji name you could get it to appear 100% of the time. This is no longer the case.

“I do wonder if an internal effort to make these types of search and prediction tools better in the longer term is making them worse for users in the short term.”
macos  emoji  2018  macstories  osx  mac 
12 weeks ago by handcoding
DefaultKeyBinding.dict – Feedback for Airmail
(Well, this is a bit of a ding against Airmail.)
“Inputs in OSX use some emacs shortcuts by default:
“ctrl+a goes to the begining of a line
“ctrl+e goes to the end of a line
“ctrl+f and ctrl+b go back and forward one character
“ctrl+n and ctrl+p go to the next and previous line/entry

“Unfortunately there are some emacs shortcuts missing from this list. However, OSX users are able to define keybinding shortcuts in ~/Library/KeyBindings/DefaultKeyBinding.dict, and these shortcuts are available in all OSX inputs. However Airmail does not seem to support these shortcuts when composing a message. Is there any way to make airmail’s compose message act like every other input in OSX?”
airmail  2018  mac  osx  macos  email  DefaultKeyBinding 
12 weeks ago by handcoding
10 Great Lighting Scenes For Hue Lights | iMore
“Here are 10 great scenes and routines to improve upon the already-awesome Philips Hue lighting system!”
philips  hue  2018  mac  macos  osx  imore 
12 weeks ago by handcoding
Hue-topia - Philips Hue control for Mac.
This Mac app for controlling Philips Hue bulbs looks like it could work in a pinch.
hue  phlilps  apps  software  mac  osx  macos  2018 
12 weeks ago by handcoding
Disappearing Cursor in Word for Mac 2011 - Microsoft Community
“Other users have fixed the problem by disabling Word > Preferences > General > AutoHide rulers.”
word  cursor  mac  2012 
may 2018 by handcoding
macos - Shortcut for toggling between different windows of same app? - Ask Different
“Note: This only works if all windows are in the same Space, not if they are spread over multiple Spaces, which includes fullscreen. To overcome this, use Cmd ⌘Tab as usual and on the icon of the application you want to switch windows in press the down arrow key (with Cmd ⌘ still pressed). Then use left/right keys to navigate to the desired window across spaces and desktops.”
mac  keyboard  shortcuts  spaces  2018 
may 2018 by handcoding
macos - In Mac OS, what is the keyboard shortcut to switch between windows of the same application? - Super User
This goes over the keyboard shortcuts for moving focus to the next window of the current application (and it seemingly confirms that Command+backtick doesn’t work across spaces.
mac  osx  macos  2018  spaces 
may 2018 by handcoding
macos - Workspaces not switching automatically - Ask Different
“Despite the fact that I have told mission control under 10.8 to spaces when switching applications(to the key window), it does not appear to work. In fact the only time spaces works is when I tell it to switch using keyboard shortcuts. This started happening only once I unchecked show dashboard as space.”
mac  osx  macos  spaces  2014 
may 2018 by handcoding
macos - Cmd+Tab switches to the correct space, but doesn't bring app up to front - Ask Different
(Not sure if this still applies anymore, but anyway.)
“Start tabbing with Cmd-Tab until you get to the application you want to switch to, then press and hold Option before releasing Cmd-Tab.”
osx  mac  2012  command  keyboard  shortcuts 
may 2018 by handcoding
Five unexpected uses for the Tab key | Macworld
“In Finder windows, in all but Column view, pressing the Tab key selects the next file alphabetically. You may not have noticed this because so many windows are already sorted alphabetically, so it seems that Tab merely selects the ‘next’ file. But if a window is sorted by something other than name—Size or Kind, for instance—you can always access the next alphabetic item by pressing Tab, with Shift-Tab selecting the previous alphabetic file.”
mac  finder  tab  keyboard  shortcuts  2011  macos  osx 
may 2018 by handcoding
(2) How to Ripple Delete in Screenflow 7 - YouTube
(If you should ever need to cut a bit out of a video without creating a gap, you need a ripple delete:)
“Quick Tip: Ripple Delete In Screenflow

“Ripple Delete is used in all non-linear video editing software (NLE’s) as a productivity and timesaving technique for editing workflow.

“If you select a group of clips and press delete, there will be an empty space in the timeline.

“Ripple Delete allows you to delete the clips but fill in the empty gap by automatically sliding everything from the right over to the left.

“To Ripple Delete in Screenflow: Press the Shift Key and tap the top of the Red Playhead.

“Drag a selection over the area you want to delete and a blue highlight will indicate your selection

“Press Command + Delete on a Mac and in the selection will delete while bring the entire timeline to the right over to the left to fill the gap.”
screenflow  video  youtube  canonical  2017  delete  cut  screencasting  mac  osx  macos  tutorials 
may 2018 by handcoding
TextMate Blog » Using Find and Replace
“• ⌘E (Use Selection for Find)
“• ⌘G (Find Next)
“• ⇧⌘G (Find Previous)

“Together, these three key combos form a super fast means to navigate Find operations without even needing to stop off at a dialog first. Just select something, throw it on the Find clipboard with ⌘E, and start jumping to matches with ⌘G and/or ⇧⌘G.

“The real reason to learn these keys though is that they are Mac OS X standards. This isn’t just about TextMate. Any well behaved Mac program with Find should honor these same keys. Learn them once. Use them everywhere. I literally mean everywhere too, because the Find clipboard is shared between all applications.”
textmate  mac  osx  keyboard  shortcuts  2012  find  search 
may 2018 by handcoding
"Use Selection for Find"
“It’s standard in OS X for cmd+e to be the shortcut for ‘Use Selection for Find’. One can select text, press cmd+e, then press cmd+g to find the next occurrence of this text.”
mac  macos  osx  search  find  keyboard  shortcuts  2013 
may 2018 by handcoding
Return complex modifier not working with Alfred · Issue #870 · tekezo/Karabiner-Elements
Apparently the secret to double mapping a key to both that key and a modifier (when pressed alone) is add “lazy: true” to the portion of the remapping with the modifier:

"description": "Change return to control when used as modifier, return when used alone",
"from": {
"key_code": "return_or_enter",
"modifiers": {
"optional": [
"any"
]
}
},
"parameters": {
"basic": {
"to_if_alone_timeout_milliseconds": 400
}
},
"to": [
{
"key_code": "right_control",
"lazy": true
}
],
"to_if_alone": [
{
"key_code": "return_or_enter",
"modifiers": {
"optional": [
"any"
]
}
}
],
"type": "basic"
}
karabiner  karabinerelements  2018  keyboard  mac  macos  osx  remapping 
may 2018 by handcoding
Use any key as modifier · Issue #831 · tekezo/Karabiner-Elements
This thread goes over how you can use Karabiner Elements to set up arbitrary keys as modifier keys (like Tab).
karabiner  karabinerelements  modifiers  mac  osx  macos  software  2017 
may 2018 by handcoding
How to use | Ludwig
(This looks to be sort of an app that does not unlike what you do when you search Google News.)
“Ludwig is a smart translator and linguistic search engine which helps you to find the perfect word or sentence to express your ideas.”
language  news  mac  osx  apps  software  2018 
may 2018 by handcoding
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