Browsing Tag: Software

Mac OS Hidden Markup Tools

One of the more subtle, but useful features in the new Mojave OS is Markup Tools. Markup Tools add ways to alter files based on what App you are using and what type of file it is. They really are kind of handy for some quick alterations. This very extensive…

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Tansmit 5

Some people believe that the FTP (File Transfer Protocol) method of transferring files from a Mac to a server or other location is antiquated and not used any more. I beg to differ, I use it quite frequently and so do many other people. It is just a great way…

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Reminders App Tips

I don’t always use Apple’s Apps preferring to use third party replacements. However, I do use the Reminders App at times, it is pretty well done. If you are a Reminders App user, check out this article with three Reminders tips to speedup your workflow. Doug

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1Password Prevent Saved Logins

I have used the excellent 1Password software for quite a while. The Mojave version is excellent, although I don’t like the fact that it no longer automatically logs in for you. The 1Password people say that is a security risk, so they have disabled auto-login. One thing that bugs me…

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Spark Calendars

Now that I am back using the Spark App for my email I have been doing some exploring with it’s new features. One of those is the capability to have a Calendar in Spark. This only works with an Apple iCloud account right now, perhaps it will be expanded to…

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Mojave Dark Mode Apps

As previously mentioned, I have been testing Mojave’s Dark Mode for a while. I switch back and forth between Dark and Light Mode. Right now I am using Light Mode and will stick with that until some of my Apps have a more developed Dark Mode. However, there is a…

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Alternatives To Apple Apps

Many Mac users just get along fine with the macOS builtin Apps from Apple. I think Apple does a pretty good job with it’s default Apps, but some people want more features, better versions of these Apps. For example, I use Airmail to replace apple Mail and BusyCal to replace…

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BackBlaze Offsite Backup

If you know anything about backups, you have heard that an offsite backup of your Mac is a necessity. I have several different backups of my iMac Data, but no offsite backup. There is no way I am going to do like some people and take an external hard drive…

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