I just learned about a very useful keyboard shortcut, apparently introduced with macOS Sierra:Continue reading macOS Sierra: Show Hidden Files in Finder
This is a small follow-up to my content blocker comparison from September 2015.
Quite some things have changed since then. Continue reading Safari Content Blockers for Mac and iOS
OS X comes and always came with Apple’s Mail app. And since I can think many folks are complaining about the shortcomings of this app. While I always thought this was exaggerated, I wasn’t enthusiastic about Mail either.Continue reading Back to Apple’s Mail
With OS X El Capitan (10.11) the Finder has gained a handy new feature, called Delete Immediately… .
To immediately delete one or more files or folders select them in the Finder, then hold down the Option and Command key and press Backspace. (⌥⌘⌫) Continue reading ‘Delete Immediately…’ in OS X El Capitan
Now it’s almost six weeks that I received the 6s Plus. Making the decision between the 6s and the 6s Plus took me some time. Coming from the 5s, my biggest concern of course was the size of that monster baby. Continue reading Some Thoughts after Six Weeks with the iPhone 6s Plus
Basically the macros were just an experiment to see how well Keyboard Maestro works with Swift scripts. (Running Swift scripts is a new feature of Keyboard Maestro 7.) And it works quite well, I find.
The first macro gives also a nice example of conditional and value-remembering pop-up menus in the user prompt. (I discovered this only recently.) Continue reading Timestamp Macros for Keyboard Maestro
Like many others I was suffering from Bluetooth connectivity problems with my Mac Mini (late 2012) which resulted in sometimes horrible mouse lags, stuttering and disconnecting. I tried everything from repeated PRAM resets to system cache cleaning, and even shutting it down for a while(!). Continue reading I got rid of my Bluetooth problems!