If you need to securely share some passwords with others, there is 1Password Families and 1Password Teams. These let you have Personal Vaults and Shared Vaults so you can keep some passwords just for yourself and some passwords available to family members or co-workers. With 1Password Teams, you can make it so that some staff can launch and log in to websites without being able to see the password. My wife and I use the Family plan at home, and it is great to be able to share passwords for important sites.
It turns out that the Cinder demos and tutorials target 10.5 OS and Xcode under Mountain Lion is not happy about that. In order to get these projects running you must have the SDK for the OS you are targeting. My Xcode setup had SDKs for 10.7 and 10.8.
Reflections and explanations are at the end of the list
Select the 'Includes' menu option and add the following folder paths
Once you’ve created your notes, Tinderbox offers powerful tools to order and manipulate them. Agents are active searches that Tinderbox runs on your notes, performing customizable Actions on Notes that meet the criteria you set. I created Agents to apply different colors to each scene, based on whether they featured the hero Ellen, the antihero Danny, or both.
Mar 27th, 2018
#8: nvALT – nvALT is in desperate need of an update, but it’s still an essential part of our capture workflow. Forked by Brett Terpstra, nvALT is a quick way to take notes using just your keyboard. Just hit a keyboard combination and nvALT opens, ready to capture whatever you throw at it. As you type, it will search your existing notes and if you want to create a new note just hit “Enter”. It’s a very simple, lightweight program and best of all it’s free so there’s no reason not to try it. Rumor has it that Brett is working on a commercial replacement, but we’ve used it so much over the years that we will gladly pay whatever he decides to charge for it.
Please note this software comes with NO Warranty.
Installation on Mac Tinderbox is distributed on CD or as a software download from our web site. 5 is now available with nearly 150 visible improvements and lots of. If you use Tinderbox to share notes on the Web, Tinderbox works beautifully with the Web host you already use.
I note this as an intro to mentioning a useful step one-two-three demo on how to make Tinderbox and Scrivener essentially work as one unified program. It is by a British Tinderbox tech whiz named Mark Anderson. He has also explained, in a link I'll provide another time, how to get info out of MindManager and into Tinderbox.
There are a lot of other applications that we use on a daily/weekly basis that play a very important part in our workflows.
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The next time I laid my fingers on a computer, it was on another mainframe workstation. I had just gotten a job with a sporting goods manufacturer. I was to use the computer to place orders. I was terrified that I’d hit the wrong button and shut the whole thing down. Luckily, I had a coworker who was much more comfortable with the computer than I was, so I didn’t have to give myself a nervous breakdown. I ended up shifting from the outlet store to the marketing department, where I was the copywriter, among other things. I did most of my writing in the early days on an IBM Selectric typewriter, rolling out sheets of copy that the art department spec’d and sent out to a typesetter, who returned it looking more or less like it would when they placed it onto the paste boards. A break through came when the company bought a typesetting machine for the art folks. This was another type of computer dedicated to one task. I was trained to enter my copy into the typesetter, adding the codes that would flow out the text the way the art people wanted. Around this same time, the IBM personal computer was introduced and I was one of the very first people in the company to get one. At first my old terror returned. What the hell was I supposed to do with this thing? The hard drive hadn’t quite arrived in the PC world yet. But my machine had two floppy drives, one for the software and one for the data. It didn’t take me long to become acquainted with Word Star, the word processing application I wrote with. Pretty soon my copy and press releases were spewing forth on the new fangled dot matrix printer on my desk.