You can use Presentify. It lets you annotate your screen and also highlight your cursor/mouse. You can draw over anything, be it images, pdf, browser, videos, and the list goes on. The app is available on the Mac App Store.
Mac App Store: https://apps.apple.com/app/presentify/id1507246666
Have you looked at kiki (https://sources.debian.org/src/kiki/0.5.6-8.1/). It's written in Python and uses wxPython, so likely could be run on numerous platforms. It's in Debian repositories, and possibly other Linux versions.
There's always Resilio Sync - the free tier already grants enough possibilities and kan keep the files on your LAN if you so desire.
If you really want to stay open source, try Syncthing - it is CLI only but as far as I can tell it has some GUI wrappers you can download along. I am actually planning on moving to it from Resilio.
The method is generally ...
Depending on how many files and folders need backing up, your might be best using a external hard drive with a calendar reminder every month to backup the files. This would be the simplest and cheapest option for you and could work on all platforms.
You could also try a local IT provider and ask if the data is stored in the same country, but this option ...
I found that GIMP have plugins and tools that I think they don’t exist. I will stay with GIMP! Thanks for all recommendations and tips about gimp!
Tips I learned:
Hold shift to make straight line
There are hundrents off plugins for everything you like such as isometric grid
GIMP is still one of the best paint tool for game graphics for free
you can ...
Visual Studio Code supports Markdown with a preview pane:
Just click "Open Preview"
Or from the Command Palette:
From Ivan's answer on another question:
VS Code supports highlighting, live preview, header folding, and other Markdown features (see an official description).
Moreover, there are plenty of markdown plugins that improve productivity: Code ...
I've got the following in my ~/.bash_profile, which essentially adds OS X's pbcopy and pbpaste to Cygwin:
if [ -e /dev/clipboard ]; then
alias pbcopy='cat >/dev/clipboard'
alias pbpaste='cat /dev/clipboard'
It's unfortunately a paid app, but the powerful and sleek PhotoSweeper can do a local reverse image search on your Mac.
Open the app and choose "Side to Side Mode".
2. Drag and drop an image into the left-hand pane. Select parent folder to recursively search within such as your Mac's home folder.
3. Click 'Compare' button. Options pop up for ...
The combination of Python/Jupyter/Pandas and graphing suites such as HoloViz should give you what you need with minimal coding and good interactivity.
You can get the full installation in a few simple steps:
Install Anaconda or Miniconda if you don't have it already
Open the conda prompt and
conda create -n holoviz python=3.7
conda activate holoviz
You simply can't beat MSC generator. It is cross-platform, full featured and well supported (Zoltan generally replies very quickly to emails requesting support or new features).
It takes its input from a plain text file:
Read the excellent user mnaual and search for "loop".
Are you looking for a tool to run regular expression searches or to help develop & test the regex?
Cross Platform Regular Expression Tool
I am a big fan of Robert Kern's python grin tool/library.
Once you have python installed on your system just run:
pip install grin3 or for python 2 installations leave out the 3
What it does
On my side I always use this Chrome App.
It is very simple and light and it support the few things I need (multiline, highlight and replace). The big plus against the online tool regex101 is that once installed on your chrome browser, you can use it without need of Internet connections.
When using an IDE, you cal also install plugins into:
IntelliJ IDEA: ...
Little known fact: Most antiviral software doesn’t have signatures or algorithms that will detect macOS malware. They generally rely on the built-in XProtect feature of the OS.
Antivirus software on Macs exists primarily to slow the spread of Windows-based malware. There is little-to-no benefit for the Mac users and the downside is the destabilization of ...
Really, the only app that comes anywhere close [if the phase flip trick doesn't work, which it usually doesn't] is Izotope's Music Rebalance
It is only available as part of a larger package & starts at $399
Even at that price it isn't perfect. It works on some sources better than others. A demo of the full RX7 suite is available, so you can at least ...
The official version of TimeSnapper for Mac is now available!
Affiliation disclosure: I'm the developer of TimeSnapper for Mac! I partnered with the original authors of TimeSnapper for Windows, Leon Bambrick and Atli Björgvin Oddsson, to create this official version for macOS.
TimeSnapper for Mac has the same "Play Your Day Like a Movie" as the original ...
All that you have to do is activate NordVPN's kill switch ...
From How to enable the NordVPN kill switch :
A kill switch is a VPN feature that helps protect your sensitive data in case your VPN connection goes down. In this event, it safeguards your IP address and online activity from being exposed, thus preserving your anonymity and security on the ...
Now there is also Tuple. Warning though: they will charge you for accounts that were not even setup by the person who was invited. Pretty clueless. The tool works pretty well but it's C++ and for now, Mac only.
For a while now I've been using Zotero for this. It was designed to help researchers organize papers they want to reference, but it also has the ability to take "snapshots" of web pages and store them in its library. It works as a browser plugin that just gives you a toolbar icon to save a web page. There is a separate "standalone" program that manages ...
Check out Log Transformer. It also has most of the features on your list including:
Row Highlighting. Write regular expressions (or just simple text matches) and define the color and format (bold/italic/underline) you prefer.
Advanced Real-time Text Filtering. Not only will it filter in real-time, it will filter as you are typing out your rule! It also ...