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QuickLinks vom 06. November bis zum 08. Juni

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Meine pinboard.in-Links vom 06. November bis zum 08. Juni:

  • Überholabstand - CLI-Script zur Erstellung einer Grafik vom Überholvorgang eines Fahrrads durch ein Kraftfahrzeug.
  • Music MiniPlayer for macOS - is a replica of the classic iTunes MiniPlayer to control Apple Music on modern macOS.
  • Boop - is a magical place to paste some plain text and run some basic text operations on it. Goodbye, unreadable XML! So long, HTML entities! Au revoir, undecipherable time-stamps!
  • ArchiveBox - is a powerful, self-hosted internet archiving solution to collect, save, and view sites you want to preserve offline. It takes URLs/browser history/bookmarks/Pocket/Pinboard/etc., saves HTML, JS, PDFs, media, and more… The goal is to sleep soundly knowing the part of the internet you care about will be automatically preserved in durable, easily accessible formats for decades after it goes down.
  • Path Copy Copy - is an add-on for Windows Explorer that adds contextual menu items on all files and folders allowing the user to copy the path(s) in various formats.
  • ueli - A keystroke launcher for Windows and macOS - is a keystroke launcher for Windows and macOS with lots of plugins.
  • Shareful - makes the macOS system share menu even more useful by providing some commonly needed share services: Copy, Save As, Open In
  • Lunacy - is a next-gen vector graphic software for UI, UX, and web design. It has everything you are used to in other similar apps and goes beyond. Created by designers for designers to focus on the workflow and minimize distractions. No more wasting time surfing the internet for graphics or switching apps to remove backgrounds, or thinking placeholder texts! Lunacy has it all and even more. Faster than Figma, smarter than Sketch!
  • Lunar - intelligent adaptive brightness for your external display
  • Data Jar - is a data store designed for Shortcuts. Works on iOS and starting with Monterey also on macOS