Capture Full Size Webpage Scrolling Screenshots in Chrome

The Google Chrome browser offers two ways to capture full size webpage screenshots. This can be necessary or useful for many web workers, whether they’re developers, designers, editors, managers, writers, analysts, or just about any other possible web-based gig. The approaches we’ll cover to capture full size webpage screen shots…

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Get Slack-style Emoji Shortcuts on Mac with Rocket

If you’re accustomed to using Slack and you find the :emoji search and shortcut tool from Slack to be convenient, you’ll really appreciate Rocket for Mac. Rocket is a fun Mac app that brings the Slack implementation of Emoji insertion to macOS, where simply typing colon, emoji name, return, prints…

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Microsoft hints at further integration between Windows 11 and Android

In a new job listing, Microsoft has confirmed it is consolidating its Android efforts into a single division called ‘Android Microsoft Platform and Experience’. This move could allow further integration between Windows 11 and Android, and Microsoft may be planning to go beyond Samsung phones. Earlier this week, Microsoft posted…

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Zoom In & Zoom Out with Tap Gestures on Mac

Want to quickly zoom into a webpage or document? If you use a Mac with a trackpad or Magic Mouse, you can use a super easy tap gesture trick to zoom in and zoom out of web pages and documents. This is super useful if you want to get a…

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Enable Low Power Mode on Mac via Command Line

If you are a Mac laptop user and you spend a lot of time at the command line, you may appreciate knowing that you can enable Low Power Mode on a Mac laptop through a terminal command. Enabling Low Power Mode through the command line on a MacBook Pro, MacBook…

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How to Install nano Text Editor on Mac Again

If you have attempted to use nano at the command line on MacOS recently, you may have noticed that the pico text editor is launched instead, via a symlink for /usr/bin/nano to pico. This is because the latest versions of MacOS remove the nano text editor from the command line…

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