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macOS is the operating system that powers every Mac computer. It was designed by Apple and is meant specifically for their hardware.

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awesome-mac
xxKeith20xx
xxKeith20xx commented Jun 1, 2019

https://github.com/dmarcotte/easy-move-resize

The small utility lets you move windows easily anywhere by simply clicking anywhere while holding a key combination down and dragging. Users coming from Linux will appreciate this utility.

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mkcert
sedalu
sedalu commented Apr 13, 2019

Filippo, as we discussed as GothamGo, using mkcert as an infrastructure CA to secure internal service-to-service http calls is probably a use case falls within the mission of mkcert. The readme provides enough detail on how to do this manually, but it warns against "production" use. Please clarify that this use case is not discouraged. Thanks.

dlight
dlight commented Aug 25, 2019

Description

Clicking the tray icon should minimize the window (like other apps with systray support, such as Telegram).

This is not the same issue as having Nativefier minimize to tray after the window is closed (as in #97, #127 or #158), which already works. It's just annoying having to manually close the window.

Steps to reproduce issue

Open a website with --tray. You shoul

alwazzan
alwazzan commented Dec 4, 2017

I'm trying to include highlighting of the conda virtualenv in the .bash_prompt file, but I'm not very familiar with bash and haven't had much success in targeting it. Say this is the desired result for some virtualenv named temp;

username at host in ~/dotfiles on master [+] < temp >

Currently, the conda virtualenv name is prepended to the command prompt. I believe that i

brew
MikeMcQuaid
MikeMcQuaid commented Apr 18, 2020

In https://github.com/Homebrew/brew/pull/7371/files I have added lots of # TODO: check could be in RuboCop comments to Library/Homebrew/dev-cmd/audit.rb. These indicate that the audit check/problem below does not rely on Formula state so could be moved to a RuboCop (https://github.com/Homebrew/brew/tree/master/Library/Homebrew/rubocops) to be faster, more reliable and provided in-editor to u

Motrix
AlecRust
AlecRust commented Feb 4, 2020

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
When starting the download of many files (clicking multiple Magnet links on a page for e.g.) the confirmation dialog showing where the download will be saved always pops up. In Transmission for e.g. there's an option to not prompt each time.

Describe the solution you'd like
Add a checkbox in the preferences that prevents t

PowerShell
cpmcgrath
cpmcgrath commented Mar 29, 2020

Summary of the new feature/enhancement

Back in Powershell 5, I could write a script which contained:

> $cred = Get-Credential -UserName "$first.$last"

A dialog would then appear, asking for the password, but it also gave the option of changing what the username was. This was useful as you could implement a naming standard, but when there was an edge case allowed the end

arcturus140
arcturus140 commented Apr 6, 2020

Current behavior

Once Boostnote becomes your primary source of documentation the need arises to retrieve this information, such as texts, snippets, links, images...

I happened to have a diagram stored as an image in Boostnote. The original file does no longer exist. I now need to share this image on a forum thread.

Expected behavior

Provide an option to extract images from notes.

brainchild0
brainchild0 commented Apr 30, 2020

Currently, the application supports multiple open windows, and multiple tabs in each window.

If a user wishes to open a new file, the general possibilities include creation of a new window, or of a new tab in the existing window. Which possibility occurs in a particular case depends not on explicit direction by the user, but on the manner in which the the file is selected.

If the file is

thebitstick
thebitstick commented May 1, 2020

Getting this weird error everytime I use cool-retro-term.

$ user@host ~ ❱ ✔ ≻ cool-retro-term
WARNING: CPU random generator seem to be failing, disable hardware random number generation
WARNING: RDRND generated: 0xffffffff 0xffffffff 0xffffffff 0xffffffff
Warning: Ignoring XDG_SESSION_TYPE=wayland on Gnome. Use QT_QPA_PLATFORM=wayland to run on Wayland anyway.
$ user@host ~
Kap
eppsilon
eppsilon commented Sep 27, 2019

macOS version:
10.14.6 (18G95)

Kap version:
3.0.0-beta.6

Other possibly relevant info:
Monitor setup: single rMBP 15" screen, no external monitors
macOS scrollbar appearance setting: "Show Always" (in System Preferences > General)

Steps to reproduce

  1. Click the Kap menu bar icon.
  2. Click the button in the Kap bar to record an area of the screen.
  3. Select a regio

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