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Hello guys! I’m fresher at MacOS! while i came to mac and Hackintosh I become interested into making app development for MacOs and also IOS! for me making app for IOS is something clear! And already developed some bacis apps! but i now i love to learn about making gui app for mac! i’m at Basic! i hope someone help me to show the correct way or path to follow and start learning and making app for mac! i know at first nothing is easy especially GUI app! but right now i have no idea about it so i hope someone help me to show me what programming language can be used to make gui app for mac?, what ide should i use? Note: i have already studied and learned cpp,c,c#,assembly,matlab,basic pythoN,basic swift.... just need a guide how to start and where to start! i know it depends on what i want to make! but everything have some basic idea! So I would love to someone show me the path! thank you so much!!!!!
I'm looking for a GUI development tool with the following requirements: - Possibility to easily develop and modify a GUI with radio buttons, switches, text inputs etc., different GUI pages, menues etc. - Possibility to take over the GUI into an Android or iOS app. - There is no need for graphic effects, just text and controls. I didn't decide which IDE to take for the APP development. It will be quite a simple app, with these special features: Accessing a Bluetooth-LE device and saving a log file. Which GUI tool would you recommend and which (cross-development) IDE would you recommend for that? Thanks in advance!
Allan posted a topic in *nixLaptop Mode Tools is a package that allows you to extend the battery life of your laptop by enabling the Laptop Mode Linux kernel feature along with other power-related tweaks. This was a command line only tool until version 1.64, which introduces a GUI that lets you toggle individual power saving modules. The new GUI configuration tool isn't exactly pretty as you can see in the screenshot below, but it's definitely an useful addition because it no longer requires users to work with various configuration files. The GUI is written in PyQT and the options are generated at runtime, based on the list of available power saving modules. Because Laptop Mode Tools 1.64 is only available in the Ubuntu 14.04 repositories, I've backported it for older Ubuntu versions so you can easily install it via a PPA. Install Laptop Mode Tools in UbuntuBefore proceeding with the installation, please note that you must remove TLP if installed before installing Laptop Mode Tools. If you install both, there will be conflicts. I guess you're wondering which one's better, TLP of Laptop Mode Tools - well, they both try to achieve the same thing and the results are pretty close, but you can give both a try (not in the same time though!) and see which one works better for you. The latest Laptop Mode Tools is available in the WebUpd8 Backports PPA. You can add the PPA and install it in Ubuntu or Linux Mint by using the following commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/unstable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install laptop-mode-tools To launch the Laptop Mode Tools GUI (the menu entry doesn't work properly), use the following command: gksu lmt-config-gui Its great App All Credits: Webupd8
After upgrading to High Sierra, I also converted to APFS and enabled FileVault. Everything's working mostly fine, but got a couple of minor issues: (1) Is there any way to disable the verbose boot that apfs.efi chucks out before the Clover boot menu? (2) To boot w/ FileVault enabled, I have to select a Clover boot menu icon called 'Preboot'. However, I can't seem to find a volume or path ID which will enable me to create a custom entry for it on my Clover Configurator GUI -> Custom Entries menu. Is this because it's all synthesized inside an APFS container? Any way to create a custom entry for Preboot?