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"System Integrity Protection" (also know as "Rootless") is a feature introduced in El Capitan that, among other things, inhibits applications to inject code on system apps (TotalFinder injects code into Finder). For TotalFinder to work properly one must disable SIP temporarly to install. After installation a user can turn SIP back on without issue. Instructions are detailed here. See More
Requires special installation procedure in El Capitan and later due to "System Integrity Protection"
I love this tool it has every feature that apple never added. Tabs in finder are a must. See More
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Backblaze creates a zip file of all your files for you to download, thus decreasing the amount of data you need to download and increasing the speed of the download since it's one connection instead of multiple that need to be opened and closed for a list of files. See More
Sublime Text provides several features for making the editor itself comfortable to work with: Minimap provides a top-down view of the file, eliminates tunnel-vision Support for TextMate themes and window decoration themes Distraction-Free mode Vintage Mode - (vim-style editing) Everything is easily accessible from the keyboard. See More
Sublime Text, while being lighter-weight than an IDE, still supports many IDE features. Text from the current file is used to provide autocomplete Project Support (folder browsing, scoped history, build-system declarations) Refactoring support is emulated through multi-select, project-wide find & replace, and regular expression search. Syntax-aware selection and GoTo for quickly jumping to locations in the project. Snippets & Macros - A Python console for everything else. See More
Sublime Text supports a large number of languages and general text editing features out of the box, but its most useful feature is its extensibility - Sublime Text uses TextMate's syntax declaration files to support new languages, has all its menus and keybindings generated from JSON files, and can be scripted to add new features using Python. If Sublime Text doesn't support a desired language or feature, it's usually not long before someone implements it themselves - examples include the plugin package manager and the 'open in browser' command. See More
Also is very specific on how a license can be used and has restrictions on the kind of license you own. Plus for the users you have spent the time and money for purchasing a license and registering it, each time the app is opened, it always asks you to re-enter your license. Although they have provided a workaround if you read the support documentation - which I added the excerpt in the source link. See More
Although they make this seem very unclear while browsing through all the pages from each menu item. I can only see a reference from the main download page, then clicking on Sublime Text 3 Beta, and going through all the changelings below the download link (I added the excerpt within the source link). See More
Moom adds an overlay zoom button to the corner of all apps which allows any app to go full screen or be placed to certain sections of the screen (such as the top, bottom, or sides). This works even on apps that do not normally allow for full screen views. See More
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