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dave

by dave

Is there an OS X command to regroup all windows onto current screen?
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I often use a multi-monitor setup when I'm in the office (screens spread over two 24-inch monitors and my 15-inch MacBook Pro monitor -- I call it the Community Satisfaction Command Center). When I unplug for the day and head home, OS X collapses all the windows onto my laptop's screen, but it's not totally ideal.
For example, when I get home, I'll click on the icon for Airmail. It appears nothing happens. I click again, and I notice in the bottom right corner of the screen is a small smidgen of... Read more →
TgD

by TgD

Is there an easy way to scan/catalog receipts?
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Using my Kodak All-in-One to scan in receipts of things I purchase and putting them into folders manually is pretty heinous. Thus I mostly don't keep digital copies of my receipts.

Is there an OSX compatible scanner or program that will make it less like pulling teeth to do this task? I wouldn't mind spending a little bit of money on a scanner, but if there is a program that uses the built in iSight for convenience I would totally use that.
frankspin

by frankspin

Task management software for Mac?
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I know Things, Omnifocus, and 2Do are popular suites but they also have really high entry points with the cheapest being 2Do at $30. I know there are online services like Any.do, Nozbe, Todoist, Wunderlist, Producteev, etc but sometimes they're a little to basic. I don't need a full fledged software suite like Project or something that is 100% GTD focused.
What I mainly need is something that provides a simple way to see my tasks for the day while also giving me an easy way to store new ideas and... Read more →