If you jumped on the OS X El Capitan upgrade, and you are a user of the PFU HHKB “Happy Hacking” keyboard with its buttery smooth Topre switches, you might have noticed it does not work.
I have been running for a while, so I thought I would run in a race, my first ever. I signed up, then later got a pretty big surprise.
I had a really odd problem, with SSL (
https://) sites after having upgraded to OS X El Capitan. Chrome would not load SSL-protected websites (Safari was fine for the same ones), and then I got a blank screen in the Flowdock Mac app. By chance, I figured out how to fix it, and thought I would share what happened.
Have you been frustrated by OS X Mail.app crashing or hanging? This happens to me from time to time, even though I keep OS X updated to the latest version. Well, I found a fix that works for me anyway, and you might try it.
I wanted an easy way to generate passwords at the Mac command line, and found a relatively simple solution which lets you type
genpass and then simply copy-paste the password from your clipboard, to whatever password box is requesting one.
I hope Apple pours some of their riches into better Software QA some day, but if you are attempting to update to Yosemite 10.10.4 and your AppStore is crashing and hanging, here is how to fix it.
It’s possible to update a forked git repository using the Terminal or one of the many good GUIs for git, but did you know Github gives you a way to update a fork directly in its web interface?