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Firefox's spelling checker wasn't working for me, and unfortunately it doesn't support the macOS default one, so I was seeing a lot of spelling errors. I fixed it by installing the recommended links at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/language-tools/

 

I’m looking for a macOS tool that intercepts opening URLs and let me specificy regexes and associate them with browsers, so that when I open certain links from slack they always go into my project browser. Any ideas?

 

Console.app happens to be the best .log file viewer I've ever used, for any logs - not just macOs system ones.

 

What do the macOS menu bar, a clever css filter I came across today, and a great iOS accessibility feature have in common? Grayscale makes for a quiet user experience.

 

Can’t believe the firewall is still off by default in 2019!

 

I understand why macOS Safari wants to sandbox browser extensions but please add a search option for safari extension instead of a 30 page list… @instapaper do you have a safari extension?

 

What's up with keyboard shortcuts on macos? For many system shortcuts, there's an application shortcut that does something different.

 

I’ve wondered for years why and don’t supply an update service for applications to hook into to keep themselves updated. I guess it’s a lot more complex than building an updater.

 

<p style="text-align: left;">There’s a great deal on for <a href="https://flyingmeat.com/store/">Acorn</a> my favourite macOS image editor.</p><p>#status </p>

 

macOS you could fix “recent” finder sidebar to actually show recent results.<p>#status </p>