Tag Archives: mac

ScanSnap On Yosemite – Your Experience?

So OS X 10.10, called Yosemite, is out. Whenever a new release of an operating system (Mac or Windows) is released, there is always that nervous period where you try to figure out if there are any glitches with the software and hardware that you are currently using. I will probably be installing Yosemite this […]

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Fujitsu ScanSnap: Stop Progress Window Popping Up On The Mac

After you press the Scan button on a Fujitsu ScanSnap, a progress window pops up showing you what the scanner is doing. If you, for whatever reason, don’t want that to happen, you can turn that progress window off on the Mac. Over on the ScanSnap Community, they have a helpful tutorial for toggling this […]

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EagleFiler Is A Great Mac App For Going Paperless

A Mac application that has been on my to-do list to check out for years is EagleFiler. I know that a lot of DocumentSnap readers use it to go paperless, so I finally decided to take a look. I don’t know what took me so long. You can class EagleFiler as an “everything bucket” application. […]

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Mac Users – Save Browser Tabs For Later And Take Action

Browser tabs, amiright? For those of us old and/or geeky enough to remember when tabbed browsing first became available, it was a godsend. No more stacks of never-ending browser windows all over the place. Of course, we still have the same underlying problem. We still have too much stuff open in our browsers; it has […]

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Fix Mac Spotlight Not Searching PDFs

I received a Twitter question from awesome DocumentSnap reader (and awesome sculptor) Carol Griffin. She had a strange issue – after she upgraded to Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, her scanned PDFs were not being indexed by Spotlight, and therefore she could not find them via search. After trying some 140 character-at-a-time troubleshooting (“Are the […]

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Automatically Password Protect PDFs On The Mac

Occasionally, readers will ask me if there is a way on the Mac to automatically password protect a PDF, or even better encrypt a group of PDFs. I always figured that this was something that could be done using Automator, but have never had the chance to sit down and figure it out. Fortunately, now […]

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How To Install An Alfred Workflow

Recently I posted an Alfred Workflow to Select A ScanSnap Manager Profile. Awesome DocumentSnap reader Ray asked if I could turn the instructions into a video, so that is exactly what I have done. Here is a video that shows how to install and use an Alfred workflow, using the ScanSnap one as an example. […]

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Fujitsu ScanSnap On Mavericks – Your Experience?

To my great surprise, the latest version of Mac OS X, 10.9 Mavericks, was released yesterday. I am about to go on a trip so I am holding off upgrading for a bit, but I want to check – how is the Fujitsu ScanSnap on Mavericks working for you? ScanSnap Mavericks Compatibility The short version […]

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Mavericks Tagging In The Wild

Back when OS X 10.9 Mavericks was announced, one of the big features (to some anyways), was the addition of built-in file tagging. This led some, myself included, to wonder what that would mean for the current tagging “standard”, OpenMeta. Would they play nicely together? Tom Anderson from Ironic Software (one of the creators of […]

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Fujitsu ScanSnap On Mac OS X Mountain Lion – Your Experience?

If you are a Mac user, you probably know that the latest version of Mac OS X, 10.8 Mountain Lion, has been released today via the Mac App Store. As I have done with Lion and the fun that was Snow Leopard, I am providing this post as a way to share our experience with […]

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