Tag: Mojave

  • How to merge 2 pdf files in OS X 10.14 Mojave

    How to merge 2 pdf files in OS X 10.14 Mojave

    In OS X Apple have again changed the way that 2 pdf files merge in the free OSX Preview App. To Merge 2 pdf files in OS X Mojave you need to drag the thumbnails of one pdf file into the thumbnail view of the second pdf file. You can’t drag a pdf file directly…

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  • Fusion drive on OSX with two SSD drives

    The new Mac Minis have super fast SSD Drives. I measured read times of 2500MB/s which is 5 times faster than the SSD drive in my old mac mini. But these drives are super super expensive. (An extra US$1400 for a 2TB drive). So I thought it might be an option to buy a Mac…

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  • How to get an old version of MacOS server

    Apple used to have a fantastic application called OSX Server (now called MacOS Server) which allowed you to run a full server from any OSX computer. A server can  allow you share files, run your own email or web server, remotely connect in to your office etc.  OSX server was particularly powerful running on a…

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  • Is ‘Create Booklet’ broken in Mojave?

    The “Create Booklet” PDF action stopped working when Mojave was released. It seems to be to do with Apple requiring an increased level of application signing. What this means is that the old version of Create Booklet (that was free) that I wrote about here no longer works. You need to download the new version…

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  • Mojave working nicely!

    I have installed OS X Mojave and it is working nicely.  I was pleasantly surprised to find out that some of my older and more obscure applications are still working. Photoshop CS 5.1 is working. I was expecting it to break, but as usual I just had to load the Java run script libraries and…

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  • How to download Mojave

    How to download Mojave

    Mac OS X Mojave was released this week. Don’t forget that if you have more than one Apple computer it will save you time and data if you download the installer once and then copy it across to your various computers.  Don’t use the automatic update feature of OS X. Instead download the installer from…

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