If you like me sometimes find yourself wandering down memory lane, remembering all the hours playing C64 and Amiga, SIDPLAY is the application for you. With a friendly iTunes (old) like layout, and the buildin funktion to download a collection of 43116 SID files, this will set you back a total of 80MBs.
Thats not much for about 3 month of continues music, oh and you can get it here totally free 🙂
If you love Total Commander on the windows platform, Forklift 2 is the closest thing out there, for the mac platform. It has AFP/SMB/FTP/SFTP/Amazon S3 and WEBDav support, and you can queue file transfers of all kinds. The multi-rename tool is also a really nice features, that can save you a bunch of time. There’s customizable keyboard shotcuts for everything, and a commander template if you’re a Total/Norton Commander fan.
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This may just be the best text editor for the mac platform. It has nice layout, and it’s jam-packed with features, but does this without being bloated. To name a few “Distraction Free Mode”, “Multiple Selection” (Which lets you editor 10 places at once and see the result instantly), Custom any keyboard shortcuts per file type. It also auto saves your document if you just quit the program, without bugging you to name the file, and it’s one of the few good text editors that’s retina compatible.
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TotalTerminal is one of my favorite terminal plugins, you can show/hide the terminal via hotkey, so its out-of-the-way when you don’t need it. You can have a ping running, make it transparent, and it will show/hide quake console style.
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