Web Pages as Apps, Equipment Insurance, and Photos! – Mac Geek Gab 649

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Have a webpage you use all the time? Why not make that its own, separate app? Need to create Symbolic Links (symlinks) but don’t want to use the Terminal? How about if you want to get an equipment warranty for that new Synology NAS you just bought? That’s just a sampling of the things you’ll learn in the first segment of this week’s episode. There’s more, folks. Lots more! Press play and enjoy!

Web Pages as Apps, Equipment Insurance, and Photos! – Mac Geek Gab 649

12:16 PM Mar. 19th, 2017 — Download: MP3 Version | AAC Version

Have a webpage you use all the time? Why not make that its own, separate app? Need to create Symbolic Links (symlinks) but don’t want...

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  1. Jeff Butts

    Just a note for any listeners who head over to Allison’s tutorial on setting up S/MIME. Allison demonstrates using StartCom as a CA, but it is no longer recognized as a valid CA by Apple, Google, or Mozilla. I’m currently using Comodo, which offers a free 1-year certificate, and I’m sure there are other free certificate offerings out there.

    Also, if you are sold into GPG Suite, and have held off on upgrading to macOS Sierra because of the lack of compatibility, don’t jump into macOS Sierra just yet. GPG Suite for macOS Sierra is still in beta, and hasn’t seen a fully stable release yet.

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