Category: Technology

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Apple

Thank you Apple

It is nice to see people working together and focusing on the positives. A huge thanks to Apple! Apple is dedicated to supporting the worldwide response to COVID-19. We’ve now sourced over 20M masks through our supply chain. Our design, engineering, operations and packaging teams are also working with suppliers to design, produce and ship […]

Apple Hints HOWTOs Web Development

How to fix: svn: error: The subversion command line tools are no longer provided by Xcode

As I was getting ready to do my first svn check in today – I got an error that I had not seen yesterday: “svn: error: The subversion command line tools are no longer provided by Xcode” My operating system: macOS Catalina 10.15.3 Apple’s documentation on how to fix this: https://developer.apple.com/documentation/macos_release_notes/macos_catalina_10_15_release_notes The solution: Open: The […]

Web Development

Have You Tried Vivaldi?

A few weeks ago I was introduced to a new browser I had never heard of before: Vivaldi. I have been known to like alternative browsers (iCab, Flock) and was excited to see what this new browser was all about.

Apple

Happy Birthday iMac

20 years ago – some of us took a chance on a translucent Bondi Blue new computer called the iMac. IT is hard to believe it was 20 years ago – but I have enjoyed watching it change shape. Thank you Apple!

Apple

20 Years of the iMac

From the original to the latest – it is hard to believe the iMac has been out there for 20 years. I decided to retire my Mac Mini today after needing some faster processing power.

CSS Hints HOWTOs

Fix for Bold Fonts Looking Bolder in Chrome

If you noticed your fonts in Chrome looking more bold in Chrome than Safari – there is an easy fix. Add this in to your stylesheet (body or specific CSS class/ID): Example: h1 {-webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased;} You can see the difference: Before: After:

Apple Hints HOWTOs

Mac OS 10.2.2 SSH Keys Passphrase Help

If you are like me and a few days ago – noticed that you were getting prompted for your passphrase when using your SSH keys (instead of using the keychain) – here is how you can make a small change to no longer enter your password each time: http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/254468/macos-sierra-doesn-t-seem-to-remember-ssh-keys-between-reboots/264974#264974