It’s always been a pain to manually eject disks one by one before removing a MacBook from a dock. Here’s a way to use AppleScript to automate the process in just a few minutes.
A personal retrospective on Internet Explorer, the browser we loved to hate.
The journey from Server.app on a Mac Mini to a DigitalOcean droplet and SpinupWP
Pour a cold one for SWFObject and learnswfobject.com.
Learning to run a Mac Mini server without Server.app.
Emulation Station’s scraper is hit-or-miss. Here are my notes on using Steven Selph’s Scraper instead.
Updating PDFObject for the modern web.
When developing web pages, I use my Mac’s built-in Apache or MAMP.app. Viewing the page means using an address such as http://localhost/mypage.html. I decided to make my life a little easier by writing an AppleScript that looks at the open tabs in Chrome and Safari then replaces “localhost” (or custom domain) with my current IP address. Saving this as a service enables me to go to Chrome > Services to run the script.
Today I decided to whip up an AppleScript that automates the generation of the
<file> nodes to make my life a little easier. If you’re on a Mac, you may find it useful, too.
With just a little effort, you can declutter the root of your SCORM package by sticking the schema files in a subfolder.