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- Hyper Key hack in Sierra using Karabiner-Elements and Keyboard Maestro
- For those who’ve upgraded to Sierra and are lamenting the loss of their Hyper Key (because Karibiner breaks in 10.12), here’s a hack using Karabiner-Elements and Keyboard Maestro.
- Honestly, the escape key functionality of my original hyper key (tap for escape, hold for modifiers) has become so ingrained in my muscle memory that I’m happier doing a simple hack to make it just an escape key, and then using a basic key combo to trigger a Keyboard Maestro group with my old launching shortcuts.
- Expanded Comics
- I don’t read a lot of comics, but not because I don’t appreciate the art form. This new app demonstrates a potential future that combines 3D animation, models and sculptures, original music, and other things you’ll never see on a page. Comic fans might scoff and wax nostalgic, but this is motivating for me to dive into graphic storytelling again.
- inessential: Memory Graph Debugger Tips
- The latest Xcode has a new memory graph debugger, and Brent Simmons shares his tips after his first day of working with it.
- The MIT License, Line by Line
- From /dev/lawyer, an in-depth look at what the MIT license actually means. It’s something anyone using it should probably understand, but very few of us do.
- Pantsuit: The Hillary Clinton UI pattern library
- Worth blogging based on the name alone, this is the internal design system for Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
- Usar Marked 2 para previsualizar AsciiDoc
- A Spanish-language how-to for using Marked with AsciiDoc.
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