At some point in your life you’re probably going to want to take a screenshot on your Mac. When it comes to this, you don’t always want people to see everything on your screen, you just want them to see a bit. Apple stepped up to the plate with this built-in screen capture tool.Continue reading “Quick Tip – Mac Screenshots with CMD+Shift+5”
Caffeine is one of those little apps that I use every single day and don’t even pay a second thought too. So here it is, my attempt to pay it forward and to pass on some handy tips for people who use a Mac everyday and get frustrated with Sleep mode kicking in if they look away for more than a minute. Continue reading “Keep your mac awake with Caffeine”
Since updating my 2009 iMac 27″ to El Capitan I have had a very ‘glitchy’ experience in Google Chrome. The window flickers a lot and videos and other media don’t play well. This was unacceptable as it’s my main browser and I don’t want to switch. Continue reading “El Capitan and Google Chrome”
You want to use Composer but you’re not quite sure what you’re doing?
Apple have tightened up their security with the release of OSX El Capitan.
I am not hugely familiar with Composer and other command line interfaces. In order to learn I wanted to get Composer installed globally to make life a little easier.
Previously it was possible to drop the file in the /usr/bin folder and away you went. I had used this method before and it went very smoothly. This is no longer the case with El Capitan. Continue reading “Installing Composer Globally in Mac OSX El Capitan”