I found a built in accessibility tool for Mac called Dwell.
You can automatically click on things by just hovering over the item you want. You can also pick different facial expressions for different actions.
a$ =address, e$ = email, p$ = phone number, d$ = driver’s license, w$ = website, sig$ = email signature, b$ = birthday
You may already know about Text Replacement. However, this is a way to make it better. Placing the $ at the end of the shortcut allows for one less keystroke than putting it at the beginning of the shortcut.
$ is not super common in regular writing so it’s a good symbol to use.
On your iPhone go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Text Replacement
Click the + in the top right.
Geologists will look at geologic data and make educated guesses as to what type of resources might be available under the surface (eg oil and…
The web can be a tough place to build things at times. It can be a bit like the wild west. Fortunately, my curiosity and interest in creating has led me to persevere and find a way to accomplish a variety of goals. One such goal was to make an audio player for my voice over website sayingthings.com.
(***I also have one for Images***).
You can use any html…
A simple solution to remember appointments or anything else
Go to Setting > See all setting > Filters and Blocked Addresses > Create a new filter
You can use any words you like. I’ll most likely use “appt” the most. But “rem” for remember could be useful and “sms” designating that I’m texting myself. But only one of those needs to be in the actual email to yourself.
Short url: wyr.es/momentstory
I’m not an expert coder by any stretch of the imagination. However, when I find a problem I like to see if I can find a solution to that problem by gathering a simple solution from others who have pioneered similar solutions.
You can see the customized audio player on my website sayingthings.com
The Rode NTG3 is a great microphone in its own right. But, the 416 is a legendary mic, known for its use in Hollywood to boom actors for TV shows and movies. It’s an industry standard and commonly used for voice over (which is what I do).
Here’s a video demonstrating my efforts to match these two mics.
Let’s cut to the chase. If you’re interested in this experiment then you need to make an EQ graph that looks something like what’s below. You may have better ears than me and end up tweaking it. …