Automating iOS: How Pythonista Changed My Workflow
A couple of months ago, I decided to start learning Python. I say “start” because, as a hobby to fit in between my personal schedule and work for the site, learning the language is still very much a work in progress. I hope I’ll get to an acceptable level of knowledge someday. Coming from AppleScript,
Today, when I remembered that exactly one year ago I was hospitalized for 22 days for a series of treatments to save my life, I tweeted about it. And then I opened Day One. In the app’s Calendar view, I changed the year to “2012” and, sure enough, the “August 1, 2012” entry was there,
Introducing the 2022 Automation April Shortcuts Contest Winners
John: One of the hardest things about a new project is keeping it under wraps until it’s ready. That was true of Automation April in general, but it was especially true of the Shortcuts Contest. As soon as we’d decided on the outline of what the contest would be, we knew it was something that
Things that can't be currently themed on Telegram for Mac OS
Here's a list of things that can't be currently themed on Telegram for Mac OS and could be made unreadable with themes. Date color for medias It's possible to change the color of the background for it, but text always stays white. Color for number of unread messages For both muted and not, it's not possible to change that color currently. Text color for "Add stickers" button If very bright color is picked as accent, this text will stay white and will be unreadable. Highlight for comment reply When you hold…
Permission to Slash, Granted: Introducing Slash Command Permissions
There’s a brand-new page in Server Settings: Command Permissions! Server admins and moderators can head into the Integrations page to customize which slash commands can be used, in what channels, and by which roles. Read on for more!
Browser icons! Now you can upload one yourself, and make your blog even more... — What's New on Write.as
To get started, go to your blog’s Customize page, and click the image under “Favicon.” This is available to all Write.as Pro users, and we’d love to hear your feedback! Comment on the forum or Remark.as: Discuss......
man pages are one of the most tenacious forms of programmer-oriented documentation. These manual pages have changed relatively little since their first publication in 1971. Regardless of whether or not they’re still relevant in the age of the internet, they remain an invaluable reference for any serious command line application or C library function.