Showing posts tagged with "Mac"
It’s frustrating to troubleshoot conflicting keyboard shortcuts on Mac because it doesn’t show you which app is currently binding the combination keys. Here’s how you can find the conflicting keys on Mac.Continue Reading »
Most aspiring front-end developers made mistakes when setting up their development environment. In this guide, you will learn the best practices to prepare macOS for web development.Continue Reading »
Karabiner has stopped working on macOS Sierra. The lack of Karabiner support means that I can no longer use the
Hyper key to trigger any shortcuts I configured in OS X El Capitan. I spent a couple of weeks searching for a solution, and finally, found Karabiner Elements that restores the
Hyper Key back to macOS Sierra.
Font smoothing can dramatically change how fonts are rendered. You’ll see a notable improvement in the looks and feels of apps by just turning on font smoothing, but with a simple command in Terminal, you can make the font on non-Retina display looks way better than the default setting.Continue Reading »
You’re familiar with these utilities: Hazel, Alfred, TextExpander, LaunchBar, PopClip, and Dropzone. You know what you can do with each utility, but when you want to automate a task, paralyzed by the choices, you’re unable to choose which utility should do the job.Continue Reading »
You realize that the free fonts you’ve collected these past few years take up a lot of space on your Mac. It’s time to open Font Book and remove the fonts you’re no longer use. Whether you want to save more space or just want an organized fonts gallery, this tutorial will show you how to do it easily with its built-in feature.Continue Reading »
GeekTool is a well-known application for displaying various information on the desktop. I was curious with this application. I searched for some geeklets (or widgets), installed them, and customized it to fit with my desktop. Everything was great until I saw the insane CPU usage in Activity Monitor. I removed GeekTool and started searching for a better alternative.Continue Reading »
Does OS X provide an option to set Finder sidebar default width? No, but there is a workaround to change all Finder sidebar width, automatically.Continue Reading »
Working in small screen means you often need to switch between apps, or move and resize windows to optimize the screen state. Sometimes you’re comparing two designs side by side, sometimes you’re taking notes while watching screencast, or sometimes you simply want to move documents from one folder to another.Continue Reading »
My desk is a mess. I shouldn’t have shared this desk with my sister who only clean this desk once a week. You can’t tell people to clean their desk, but you can clean your virtual desktop.Continue Reading »