Quick tip on configuring iTerm 2 to show the profile names in Tabs – because it annoyed me.
Resizing all selected text with different sizes byt he same amount. A tip for OSX users.
Very occasionally I need to restart a process in OSX. Here some basic suggestions.
Occasionally my Bluetooth gets all wrong. Here is quick and brutal fix for bluetooth hangs on OS X.
Tip for enabling sleep mode with a key sequence that also locks the screen.
Ever wanted to disable the Caps Lock key in OSX. I do.
Adobe Flash has another zero day exploit and then I saw this post about removing Flash completely. Here how to do it and survive without Flash.
Apple has announced the end of Java support for the MAC. This means that all those fat clients so loved by management vendors are looking shaky. About time too, time to piss off those bloody Java software clients and move on.
How to disable the loathsome splash screen when Skype starts
Short note to share websites which offer very good quality Screencasts on Mac OSX and software. One free, and other for not much money.
SuperDuper is the other backup program for OSX. It’s has one killer feature that Time Machine lacks.
It took me a while to get used to Path Finder. Now I can’t imagine using the OSX Finder at all.
Spirited Away will minimise unused programs to the Dock so that my screen remains uncluttered. Importantly, I remain focussed on the program I am working on.
If you only buy one utility for Mac OS X, make it SizeUp. It’s my absolute favourite, even ahead of TextExpander.
The Adobe Flash player doesn’t run well on OS X. This utility makes sure that it’s easy to see if it is running and kill it immediately.
iStat Menus places a whole bunch of system information in the Menu Bar. Everyone should have it.
Fuzzy Clock is a neat OS X utility for displaying the time in a more human way in your Menu Bar
This is a quick look at the serial console program for Mac OSX called goSerial. There are not many serial consoles programs available and I wanted to review this for my own use.
I use multiple web browsers all day. One for typical web, and another for network management. I need a way to easily select which one I want.