Disable Application Downloaded from Internet Warning

To disable the warning, use the xattr delete command:

xattr -d -r com.apple.quarantine /application/path/here

I downloaded Firefox from Chrome and was presented with the “application downloaded from the internet” warning every time I opened Firefox. To get rid of the warning, I ran the following command from the terminal:

sudo xattr -d -r com.apple.quarantine /Applications/Firefox.app

The xattr command manages attributes on files. The -d flag indicates that the com.apple.quarantine attribute should be deleted. The -r flag indicates that the attribute should be removed recursively from all files in the designated directory.

Disable Application Downloaded from Internet Warning

Calibre

calibre is a powerful and easy to use e-book manager. Users say it’s outstanding and a must-have. It’ll allow you to do nearly everything and it takes things a step beyond normal e-book software. It’s also completely freeand open source and great for both casual users and computer experts.

  • Save time on managing your e-book collection
  • Use it everywhere and with anything
  • Comprehensive e-book viewer
  • Download news/magazines from the web
  • Share and backup your library easily
  • Edit the books in your collection
  • Satisfy every e-book need and get support

https://calibre-ebook.com

Calibre

TG Pro

Take a look at what’s going on inside your Mac with TG Pro – no other app shows more temperature sensors or has as many options for notifications and fan speeds. TG Pro also supports all features (ex: fan control) on the latest models, including the newest MacBook Pro, Mac mini, iMac and iMac Pro. All Mac models from 2011-2019 are supported.

Find out which components are getting hot (and potentially overheating), turn up the fan speeds to cool down your Mac, get local and email notifications for temperature alerts along with many other fantastic features. Plus, see if any sensors, fans or the battery are defective with the built-in hardware diagnostics.

https://www.tunabellysoftware.com/tgpro/

TG Pro

macOSLucidaGrande

As the name suggests, this is a small utility to set Lucida Grande as your Mac’s system font.

  • Easily switch between Lucida Grande and San Francisco as your Mac’s system font on macOS Mojave (10.14), macOS High Sierra (10.13), macOS Sierra (10.12) and OS X El Capitan (10.11)
  • Easily switch between Lucida Grande and Helvetica Neue as your Mac’s system font on OS X Yosemite (10.10)
  • Switches between system fonts without modifying system files, making it simple and safe

https://github.com/LumingYin/macOSLucidaGrande

macOSLucidaGrande

Machinarium

Machinarium – adventure game in which players take on the role of a robot who has been exiled to the scrap heap. Players must use logic, collect important items, and solve environmental puzzles to get the robot back into the city of Machinarium so he can rescue his robot-girlfriend, save the head of the city, and defeat the bad guys from the Black Cap Brotherhood.

https://amanita-design.net/games/machinarium.html

Machinarium

How to make a screen window on Mac?

Command (⌘) + Shift (⇧) + 5 – opens the program Screenshot (only on macOS Mojave and later).

Command (⌘) + Shift (⇧) + 3 – a screenshot of the entire desktop. If you have multiple monitors, the same number of files will appear.

Command (⌘) + Shift (⇧) + 4 – a screenshot of the selected part of the display. The arrow will turn into a sight with the current coordinates. You just have to choose the area of ​​interest.

Command (⌘) + Shift (⇧) + 3, and then press the spacebar – a screenshot of the entire window. Simply move the camera to any window as it turns blue. Clicking the left mouse button will result in a screenshot (by default, a beautiful shadow is activated around the window).

Control (⌃) + Shift (⇧) + Command (⌘) + 3 – save a screenshot of the entire display to the clipboard (the file in the default folder is not created, but you can paste a copied image into the clipboard in any program).

Control (⌃) + Shift (⇧) + Command (⌘) + 4 – save the selected display area to the clipboard (works the same as the previous command – the file is not created, but you can immediately paste a screenshot from the clipboard).

How to make a screen window on Mac?