mutt mostly. Gmail web-client and iOS Mail.app at times.
Don’t care about security, right?
What’s insecure about those options?
Just resting and plan to don’t use any of my devices
Quicksilver is another open source launcher for macOS. What does this project aim to do differently?
Man, I had no idea Quicksilver was still alive and kicking. I seem to remember it being dead awhile back, which is when I switched to Alfred.
Hmm, I hadn’t heard about this project before. Thanks for the link.
It turns out that there is only one difference between it and spotter - spotter is a cross-platform application which will be released also on windows.
Quicksilver was the app that inspired Alfred, LaunchBar, Gnome-Do, and I think much of the “launcher” market.
It was a fantastic app in its heyday, but unfortunately lost some of it’s quality as macOS progressed and it didn’t quite keep up. It also depended on compiled, typically Objective-C, plugins, which is not how most newer plugin systems are working now, with Node, Python, Lua, etc, being more typical.
I remember using LaunchBar in the Mac OS 7 days (mid-1990s). It well pre-dates Quicksilver.
Apologies, I didn’t know that! Thanks!
Another open source thing like Alfred is Albert, might be worth checking out for further inspiration.
Great app, but looks ugly tbh
I’ve been using Quicksilver for the past 15 years, and I just can’t switch to anything else. I might not be using it’s full potential, but for quickly starting an app or getting me contacts/calculations/files, it’s invaluable.
Only for Mac OS?
Yes, at the moment
This is practically the exact same procedure as the one described by an Atlassian post on the same subject.
Seems like the original source of both posts is a HN comment.
I think any article that talks about dotfiles is very similar.