What is it? macOS has this ‘thing’ / feature called secure input mode, it makes good sense, if the OS determines that you are inputting potentially sensitive data, secure input mode kicks in and prevents ALL keystroke monitoring, even from applications you have explicitly given permission to monitor your keystrokes! Why is this an issue? … Continue reading Visibility of macOS secure input mode
I using Google Slides as my presentation tool of choice! Mostly for reasons related to the full screen application behaviour, however at the time of writing, I am using Google Slides in “windowed” mode during the creation of training videos. The pop-up toolbar in the lower left-hand corner was starting to make my life a … Continue reading Google Slides – Prevent the pop-up toolbar from popping during presentation
I wrote my own python script to perform the same function (more or less) as the linux package watchdog. Restart the system (Raspberry Pi) if certain condition (ping a host) repeatedly fails.
Not a tutorial, there are many better explanations out there on the net. This is another page from my notebook of commands that I am endlessly re-Googling.
Not intended to be a tutorial on using Git, this is simply a page of my notebook, because I keep forgetting the commands I need. This assumes you have already configured your github username and password. Once the directory / folder you want to version control has been created: check the status of git for … Continue reading Quick Reference – Git