Oh. No. Windows.
Yes, even when working with a Mac you have to deal with windows all day long.
So, why not just put them in their places?
One Tool to find them.
Arrange, align, and move all your windows with a snap of the fingers.
No need for a mouse or to open yet another window first.
One Tool to bring them all.
Clutter is the enemy of any productive work and creativity.
With windOCD you can bind all your windows closely; directly from the start.
Menu bar application
Does not show up in your dock
Native standalone macOS application
No hack, no tweak, no plugins required
Keep your system integrity protection intact
Align, arrange, move any window to your needs
Save default window frames for unlimited applications
Restore those positions/sizes at any time by shortcut or menu
Saved applications can restore those positions/sizes automatically when they start
Use customisable global shortcuts for the alignment, save, and restore actions
Small footprint, works for non-native applications like Photoshop or Word too
Replaces the awesome MenuAndDockless on Macs running macOS Sierra and above
I haven’t used iTunes for years now. But I constantly launch it by accident because I hit one of the ‘Media Keys’ on the keyboard.
I found a way to disable it and the added benefit is that now you can ‘Play/Pause/Next/Previous’ Spotify in case it is already running.
All you have to do is to open the Terminal and copy and paste following command:
launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.rcd.plist 2> /dev/null
Please note that /dev/null means your flushing it down the digital toilette; so only do this if you know what you are doing and you really don’t want to control iTunes anymore!
It is fucking unbelievable! There is actually an alternative for the ugly, old, and feature-creepy Thunderbird available. Who would have thought that there are people out there able to write functioning, good-looking, and well thought out software for Linux?
Yes, as it turns out – it is actually possible to write decent open source software that’s not ugly as hell and usable without getting lost in the underbelly of the Terminal! So, start taking notes!
Nylas N1 – The extensible, open source mail app.
And could someone now (and finally) please just write a decent Twitter client, a decent calendar app with CalDav, and a Free alternative for Linux; so that I can finally use my beloved, ugly, clunky ThinkPad for everything not Mac and Xcode?
…feel free to share it or give it away or whatever, it’s not protected or anything, or at least it shouldn’t be.
Of course, that’s not the only reason :–)
long ambients1: calm. sleep. by moby
BTW: If you like that sort of music, here is some of mine: hertzblaumusik