For those who use Jdowloader a lot and are tired of been alert for the captcha entry dialog, there is a free service that works with most download servers, its called CaptchaTrader.
You install the Jdownloader plugin so CaptchaTrader resolves the captchas for you, but at a cost. Not real money however, you just need to fill some captchas manually in the website from time to time to have some credits, those credits will be your coin that will use CaptchaTrader to resolve your captchas automatically
For more information about installation and use, refer to CaptchaTrader website.
The other day I was coding some apps for my iOS developing class and after I finished it, I found a way to transfer them to my iPhone via Xcode, however that process was a little boring and a little long because you need to make a self signed certificate and trick Xcode to use it, and still you will only be able to put it on the device you have at hand. I wanted to share my app with my friends without the need of App Store submitting and stuff ($99 anual developer fee).
So I found these great 4 steps to convert your Xcode project to a .ipa file that you can easily sincronize via iTunes to your device (you need to be jailbroken and have AppSync installed on your iDevice).
For those of us who need that cut and paste feature back, I found an awesome Applescript by MacTipper that can make that magic happen again with Alfred’s help.
After installing the extension the only thing you need to do is create a hotkey for this extension, I assigned the standard Command-X.
After that the only thing you’ll need to do is select your desired file(s) and/or directories and press your hotkey, you will notice that there’s no shady effect or anything but when you press your hotkey again in the desired destination you’ll find that your selection was actually moved.
This is my first Alfred extension, if you are a Mac user and don’t have Alfred you should totally go and download it http://www.alfredapp.com . Preferably buy a Powerpack license so you can make the most out of it (including using extensions).
Random Opener extension allow you to open a random file on a given directory. To select a directory you only need to specify it on the code variable DIR.
# The directory you want to use. DIR="/Users/jonathanwiesel/Documents"
Type ‘random’ in Alfred bar and it will open one random file in that directory, that includes any file in any subdirectory inside it.