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Mac O’Clock

Personalizing Terminal and the macOS shell—a developer must

Long story. With bonus: TextEdit!

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When I was very young computers didn’t have mice. Nor track pads, nor touch pads. Every input was performed by using a keyboard. It was the software developers’ [lost] heaven, I guess.

Myself I’ve started using a mouse, however, long time ago. Before Windows: some text mode programs…




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Sorin Dolha

Sorin Dolha

Software developer at DlhSoft • married • father of two • MacBook enthusiast • writing from Cluj

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