Jumpcut is another very useful menu bar application. This one keeps an history of the text you have copied or cut. You can access it later with a configurable hotkey, even if you’ve copied another text in between.
Jumpcut is open sourced under the MIT License.
Caffeine is a cute little “menu bar” program that prevents your Mac from going to sleep when you don’t want it to, with just a click. No need to change all your screen saver and energy saver preferences any more!
Great when you’re using a media player or flash movie player that doen’t do it by itself.
Does most of what Hardware Monitor, Temperature Monitor, MenuMeters and MenuCalendarClock iCal do, but in just one app : mini calendar, memory, disk, network and cpu usage, fan speed and power consumption, tempratures and much more!
Easy to install and configure, excellent design, like always from islayer.
And yes, I configured it to look like MenuMeters…
defaults write com.apple.dashboard mcx-disabled -boolean YES
sudo dscacheutil -flushcache
Apple Mail keeps a lot of junk in a SQLite database named Envelope Index. Since it’s a database, it tends to grow with time, and deleted records are not handled very efficiently. You might want to clean it a bit from time to time, and Mail might even seem a little faster after that.
1. Quit Mail
2. Launch a terminal, and type this command :
sqlite3 ~/Library/Mail/Envelope\ Index vacuum