–help is your friend after git + <your_command> Step 1: Check your branch Step 1a: If you need to create a branch Step 1b: If you need to delete a branch Others to keep in mind Step 2: Checking your remote NB: add -v for verbose Step 3: Staging your changes Step 3a: Un-staging your… Read More »
Is it me or is this map of the world just simple and elegant?
Just type: and if brew analytics is enabled, it will say so. To turn it off, type: The other option is to set an environment variable: If you are interested to see what info is being sent, you can read this, or set this environment variable: What this does is displays the data being sent… Read More »
If you are looking for how to upgrade to macOS Mojave, you won’t be able to find it in Apple’s app store because it will only show you the latest version. Here is the direct link: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/macos-mojave/id1398502828
A quick and simple way is to use an application called Black Hole. https://existential.audio/blackhole/ Step 1: Once you have installed this, open up audio MIDI Setup Step 2: Add a Multi-Output Device as an option and tick both MacBook speakers AND BlackHole. Step 3: Then open up sound preference and route the sound through the… Read More »
If you find yourself not able to delete a keychain entry check if you are using the search feature. If you are, try not using the search and look for it manually. It is a weird and very frustrating bug!
If you open up the screenshot app via command + shift + 5, click on options and then select the new location 🙂
Here is a very neat and simple extension that totals the hours you spend in meetings in your Google calendar. It’s called “Google Calendar Time Spent”. It is not the easiest app to search for so use the exact name of it. It gives you the hours based on the various calendars you have selected.
The shortcut keys are: ctrl + j to make your json a single line ctrl + cmd + x to make your single line json back to multi line
If you are doing presentations, and you want to bring attention to certain areas of your screen, then you should look at screen pointer. The free version provides a spotlight which is great. The paid version provides other features such as laser point but in Google slides, there is a laser pointer built in.