What’s the best and most reliable way to tell what 32-bit code won’t run in macOS 10.15? Time is now running short before first betas ship.
Look in the Dictionary app, and entries are fine in Dark Mode. But access the same content via Spotlight, and they become unreadable. Why?
Notarized versions of DeepTools for working with versions, Rosettavert for converting text encodings, SearchKey and SearchKeyLite for editing extended attributes for Spotlight searches.
Seven updated apps covering iCloud, Spotlight searching, checking permissions, and more. Mostly for Mojave fixes, but worth it for other users too.
First full releases of two free tools to edit metadata which can greatly help Spotlight search. Complete with docs and Help books.
A simple command tool which covers the parts that Spotlight can’t reach. Looking for an elusive command tool? Use locate.
Summary of the hidden folders and files you’re most likely to encounter at the top level of a volume, and at the top level of your Home folder.
New batch file mode can add (e.g.) copyright metadata to hundreds or thousands of files. Handles unusual characters properly. Can also remove extended attributes.
Adds keywords, author, copyright and other info to any file on your Mac. Runs in El Capitan, Sierra, and High Sierra.
Want to make local Spotlight searches more effective? Add keywords to their metadata, such as Finder Comments. But there are some snags.