Disabling SIP to delete “trouble” files in MacOS Catalina

I decided to check out the Safari Technology Preview but when I found out that the 1Password extension (no, not even the beta one) wouldn’t work there was little point in continuing as I rely on that for any passwords. I uninstalled the Tech Preview via App Cleaner and Uninstaller and one folder couldn’t beContinue reading “Disabling SIP to delete “trouble” files in MacOS Catalina”

Ulysses 19 released, odd reviews ensue

So @ulyssesapp released a new version today with external folder support. Always amusing to me when people then try/suggest ways to use the software in a way it wasn’t really designed. For instance there is a suggestion to, instead of using Ulysses’ native CloudKit support to create a Ulysses folder in iCloud Drive and useContinue reading “Ulysses 19 released, odd reviews ensue”

Bear to DEVONthink 3

I spent a lot of time looking over DEVONthink 3 beta version yesterday after talking to a friend about it during a discussion we were having about replacements for Evernote. I used DT 2 to store all of my paperless storage stuff for years and moved it out at one point when I felt likeContinue reading “Bear to DEVONthink 3”

Do Not Use CloudMounter with Backblaze B2!

I use Backblaze B2 as one of my offsite backup destinations. I have my photo collection there as well as a bunch of other archival stuff. As part of my Setapp subscription I found CloudMounter as one of the apps included. In short CloudMounter will take your OneDrive, Dropbox, etc. accounts and make them lookContinue reading “Do Not Use CloudMounter with Backblaze B2!”

VS Code and git, problems with ssh keys

I kept running into a problem after completely wiping my Mac and reinstalling software: I could not get Visual Studio Code to push or pull to repositories in my GitLab account. It turned out the solution was pretty easy. Visual Studio Code uses the system git. In my case that git client was installed viaContinue reading “VS Code and git, problems with ssh keys”