A few days ago I saw in a friend’s macbook that his Finder app had tabs like google chrome.
So I google it and found an answer to that called XtraFinder. XtraFinder allow to use tabs in finder “à la chrome” and much more, the one feature I also want to highlight is the ability to use “cut & paste”.
This app that I’m presenting to you, is one of the must have apps if you like so work and watch some movies or series. Afloat is a simple always on top, not only works with quicktime but with almost program panels (panels instead of windows, I like this one!).
I’ll leave here a video and I hope you enjoy it.
The application is free, so… why aren’t you downloading yet?
Have you already used windows 7? Windows 7 has one great feature which is to manage the positioning of the windows on our desktop. If you move the window to the left it will resize it to fill the left half of the screen, to the right… it will fill the right half of the screen and to the bottom it will fill the entire screen. Read more »
Several months ago, when I was starting to using Mac OS, my browser was Firefox, because it’s stability and the add-ons.
One of my ‘must have’ add-ons is a flash blocker, for to reasons: it blocks annoying ads and saves you battery.
When I moved to Safari, I’ve tried to reach a flash blocker plug-in but no success at all.
Today, I give it another shot and I’ve discovered a great Safari Plug-in called ClickToFlash.
ClickToFlash in action on Youtube
The features of this plugin are:
Block evil Adobe Flash
Flash only when you want it.
One-click Flash loading
View blocked Flash with just one click.
Higher quality YouTube
Play H.264 videos in QuickTime.
HD YouTube support (beta only)
No more crappy, blocky video.
Allow Flash on certain websites.
Application Whitelist (beta only)
Allow Flash in certain applications.
sIFR Typography Support
Load quality typesetting automatically.
Download updates when they’re ready.
Now what I hope not to ear the fans on maximum speed, while my CPU usage is constant on 50% just because a Flash Add.
Hello everybody, it’s me again.
As you may noticed I’ve created my own domain ‘jorgesapereira.com’, so in the new few days I’ll be preparing my personal website, with some useful stuff and information about me.
Now its time to start the designing of jorgesapereira.com
If you are like me and you like to know what’s playing on iTunes you can use GrowlTunes.
This application is on the Extras folder on the Growl (dmg) and shows you the song title, the artist, the artwork, the duration and it’s rating on a growl notification.
This is excellent but I’ve always thought that those headphones on the toolbar of the GrowlTunes app, were useless, for some good reasons like:
I usually don´t rate my music
To skip music I use the keyboard keys
To quit iTunes I use ‘+Q’ letting the GrowlTunes open for the next time I open iTunes
So in order to hide the headphones icon on the toolbar, all you have to do is:
Open the terminal app.
Type this command line: defaults write com.growl.growltunes GrowlTunesWithoutMenu -bool YES
Hi every one,
I’m where today to tell you how can you download complete sets from Flickr.
Imagine that you have a friend that took the pictures from a party that you were present. He as posted the photos on Flickr and they are in a big number. So to download all that photos easily you can use ‘Photo Grabbr’, available here.
The only problem is that you cannot download ‘all rights reserved’ photos!
But it looks a good app. Have a look.