Those of us who like to dig below the graphical surface of OS X often end up in Terminal hacking away with Unix commands. Sometimes it’s necessary to change file/folder permissions, and to set a file to be executable, etc. It’s easy to do in Terminal, but there’s also a nice way to do it with via the GUI using this app…
With OS X 10.9.5 Apple made some significant changes to the way Gatekeeper operates, which effectively broke many pre-Maverick (10.9.x) apps, preventing them from running. Here’s a solution.
If you use Adobe Premier (or Encore) you may have a large cache needlessly taking up your drive space. You can clean it up though. Here’s how.
Ever needed to crop and split a scanned book in PDF format? Here’s a super easy way to do it, using Briss.