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ConnectMeNow – Version 1.51 available …

ConnectMeNow – Version 1.51 available …
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There is a new version available of ConnectMeNow … version 1.51.

In this version I’ve added the option to not show an error message when a network cannot be found.
Thanks to Wolfgang for the idea! 

You can now have ConnectMeNow detect for a network, optionally retry detection after X seconds (for connections that establish slow), and optionally not show an error message about a missing network.

Read the ConnectMeNow article for download and comments.

ApplePi-Baker v1.8.1 update

ApplePi-Baker v1.8.1 update
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ApplePi-Baker has been updated again.

This version addresses a bug with the detection of SD cards, and the reduction of the file size of the application (about 30% smaller than previous versions).

Visit the ApplePi-Baker article to download the latest version and to leave comments.

ConnectMeNow – Version 1.5 available …

ConnectMeNow – Version 1.5 available …
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Yet another update for ConnectMeNow …

Due to encrypted data in the config file causing potential issues, ConnectMeNow has now a new configuration format.
At first start it will try to convert you old configuration file to the new format. If you see an error message: Close ConnectMeNow, Delete the config file, and restart ConnectMeNow. Unfortunately, in that case you’d need to re-enter your servers – our apologies for the inconvenience.

Additionally, I’ve managed to reduce the binary size by about 40% … 

Read the original article for details and download.

ApplePi-Baker v1.8.0 Update

ApplePi-Baker v1.8.0 Update
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ApplePi-Baker, the application I developed for Mac OS X user that like to work with the Raspberry Pi, is now available in version 1.80.

This is a major update on the inner workings of ApplePi-Baker, addressing potential issues with the Sudo password.
Tests by users has shown that the new method for Sudo password verification has been very stable, and updating is therefor recommended for all users.

Just a reminder for Retina users; if the window of ApplePi-Baker looks a little fuzzy, please execute the following in TerminalL

defaults write com.tweaking4all.PiBaker AppleMagnifiedMode -bool no

As usual: Download it from the original article where you can also leave feedback.

MacOS X – ConnectMeNow update 1.2 available …

MacOS X – ConnectMeNow update 1.2 available …
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Recently released for the first time and already 2 updates …

The first one involves a bug related to passwords with special characters.

Some additional features have been added, like support for FTP and SSH, force unmount on close, sorting the list, and icons in the menu indicating the protocol a share will use, etc.

Read the original article for details and download.

Name My TV Series v1.5.1 available …

Name My TV Series v1.5.1 available …
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As of today, version 1.5.1 of Name My TV Series has become available for Windows, MacOSX and Linux (32- and 64-bit).

This release fixes a minor bug and adds Retina support for Mac users.

Feel free leave a comment at the Rename your TV Series Files article, where you can also download the latest version.

ApplePi-Baker v1.7.3 Update

ApplePi-Baker v1.7.3 Update
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ApplePi-Baker, the application I developed for Mac OS X user that like to work with the Raspberry Pi, is now available in version 1.7.3. This version (hopefully) addresses the “stuck after entering sudo password” problem.

Additionally, the option to make a backup of a read-only drive has been resolved as well and Retina mode can now be enabled. Hopefully this happens automatically, but in case it doesn’t, please execute the following from a Terminal window:

defaults write com.tweaking4all.PiBaker AppleMagnifiedMode -bool no

Thanks to Slash (Nuno) for his prompt help testing the new version.
As usual: Download it from the original article where you can also leave feedback.

AVI FourCC Fix v1.1 available for Windows, MacOS X and Linux

AVI FourCC Fix v1.1 available for Windows, MacOS X and Linux
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It has been quite a while … but here it finally is, the new version of AVI FourCC Fix!

The changes have not been dramatically, but a few cosmetic changes, a few minor bug fixes and the direct support for the newer “q264” format by QNAP made it worthwhile doing it.

Note that clicking the QNAP fix buttons will now right away select the right codec FourCC’s and apply them.
For Mac users: Drag and drop on the main form now works too.

Read the “FourCC Changer” and the “Playback or Conversion of QNAP Surveillance Video Recordings” articles for more details and download.
Of course: You can find the file(s) also on the Downloads Page.

Name My TV Series v1.5.0 available …

Name My TV Series v1.5.0 available …
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As of today, version 1.5.0 of Name My TV Series has become available for Windows, MacOSX and Linux (32- and 64-bit).

This release adds a few new features and bug fixes.

– Bug fix for episodes >99 (bug 010 instead of 001)
– Added %E2 to auto grow leading zero’s when episode count >99
– Update TheTVDB logo
– Mac: Drag and Drop on Application works now as well.
– Bug fix: Drag and Drop RMVB files allowed
– Bug fix: Clear after rename now functional
– Registry data format changed to reflect new options
– Bug fix in Preferences: Update example string working again.
– Alternating Season colors in the complete episode list
– Alternating Season colors in Rename Scheme
– Bug fix: Windows storing temp images in application directory causes errors
– Bug Fix: German/French (non-Latin) Characters under Windows
– Bug Fix: Weird characters causing invalid integer error
– Bug fix: Shows that count with years now work properly
– Bug Fix: odd sorting, rewritten sorting routine from scratch
– Added %EC for using a total/sequential count of episodes.
– Default sort order is Airdate. Optional “DVD” sort order (check “DVD” and click “Get Episodes”)
– Broken Google search EPGuide fixed
– Handle 403 error from TheTVDB

I’m aware that more bugs/feature requests might be out there, feel free leave a comment at the Rename your TV Series Files article.

ApplePi-Baker v1.7 Update

ApplePi-Baker v1.7 Update
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ApplePi-Baker, the application I developed for Mac OS X user that like to work with the Raspberry Pi, is now available in version 1.7, compatible with (at least) Mac OS X 10.11 beta 3 (El Capitan).

With ApplePi-Baker, you can write an IMG file to an SD-Card, prepare an SD-Card for NOOBS use, and make a backup of an SD-Card.

This new version adds compatibility for El Capitan (Mac OS X 10.11), support for identifying SD Cards that have been inserted in READ-ONLY mode, some improved device information, and an improved Sudo password entry dialog.

Unfortunately, doing compression while reading/writing prevents me from using the authentication dialog provided by Apple, and I had to resort to SUDO usage. On all my Mac’s this did not present a problem, but you, the user, need to be part of the Admin user group for this to work. I’m unsure if this is done by default or not. If users run into issues with this, please report it in the comments (here on the ApplePi-Baker article).

For this reason v1.5.1 will remain available in the downloads – for those users that run into a problem.

See the ApplePi-Baker article or the Downloads Page for download and details.
Also: many many thanks to the people that did a generous donation to support my work, it’s highly appreciated!

Enjoy 

ApplePi-Baker v1.6 update

ApplePi-Baker v1.6 update
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ApplePi-Baker, the application I developed for Mac OS X user that like to work with the Raspberry Pi, is now available in version 1.6.
With ApplePi-Baker, you can write an IMG file to an SD-Card, prepare an SD-Card for NOOBS use, and make a backup of an SD-Card.

This new version adds on the fly reading (restore) and writing (backup) of compressed IMG files.
Supported compression formats are ZIP, 7ZIP and GZIP.

Additionally, I’ve implemented an “Abort” button, so you can abort your restore or backup process when needed.

Unfortunately, doing compression while reading/writing prevents me from using the authentication dialog provided by Apple, and I had to resort to SUDO usage. On all my Mac’s this did not present a problem, but you, the user, need to be part of the Admin user group for this to work. I’m unsure if this is done by default or not. If users run into issues with this, please report it in the comments (here on the ApplePi-Baker article).

For this reason v1.5.1 will remain available in the downloads – for those users that run into a problem.

See the ApplePi-Baker article or the Downloads Page for download and details.
Also: many many thanks to the people that did a generous donation to support my work, it’s highly appreciated!

Enjoy  …

ApplePi-Baker v1.5 update

ApplePi-Baker v1.5 update
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ApplePi-Baker, the application I developed for Mac OS X user that like to work with the Raspberry Pi, is now available in version 1.5.
With ApplePi-Baker, you can write an IMG file to an SD-Card, prepare an SD-Card for NOOBS use, and make a backup of an SD-Card.

This new release allows ZIP compression of the IMG file after creating a backup.

This release will now also recognize USB sticks or SD-Cards that are not formatted in a format recognized by your Mac – for example ext3 or ext4, and will be able to make a backup of that as well.

See the ApplePi-Baker article or the Downloads Page for download and details. Enjoy  …

ApplePi-Baker v1.4 update

ApplePi-Baker v1.4 update
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ApplePi-Baker, the application I developed for Mac OS X user that like to work with the Raspberry Pi, is now available in version 1.4.
With ApplePi-Baker, you can write an IMG file to an SD-Card, prepare an SD-Card for NOOBS use, and make a backup of an SD-Card.

The changes involves fixing a minore bug (proper sizing of an SD-Card vs IMG file) and a minor speed improvement. If you haven’t run into any issue, then this update might not be needed for your purposes.

See the ApplePi-Baker article or the Downloads Page for download and details.

Name My TV Series v1.4.2 available …

Name My TV Series v1.4.2 available …
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Available as of today, version 1.4.2 of Name My TV Series, for Windows, MacOS X and Linux (32bit and 64bit).

This version addresses the renaming of subtitles in different languages (for example: episode.en.srt and episode.nl.srt).
With this version a 64 bit Linux version has been made available as well.

Boblight Config Maker – Update 1.4 available

Boblight Config Maker – Update 1.4 available
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Today I released version 1.4 of Boblight Config Maker for Linux, Windows and MacOS X.

This version allows you to resize the window (for those with smaller screens).
I have also included the option to have a Magic Word calculation done automatically (commonly used with Adafruit and such).

The latest version can be found in the Boblight Config Maker article, or on the Downloads Page.

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