Securely Encrypting Files – Windows

Filed Under (File Encryption, How To) by Greg on 12-01-2015

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Sharing documents that contain sensitive, personal information, can be risky. Varying levels of identity theft can result if your documents aren’t properly protected. Read more...

Securely Encrypting Files – Mac OS X

Filed Under (File Encryption, How To) by Greg on 12-01-2015

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Sharing documents that contain sensitive, personal information, can be risky. Varying levels of identity theft can result if your documents aren’t properly protected. Read more...

Safari blank page when visiting apple.com

Filed Under (Troubleshooting) by Greg on 28-12-2014

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When I navigate to an Apple Knowledge Base article, all I get is a blank page. Here’s a fix. Read more...

OS X (10.7 Mountain Lion) – Email Address Management – Contacts with multiple email addresses

Filed Under (How To, OS X Mail) by Greg on 23-03-2013

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When creating a new email to my brother, his work address auto-completes when I type his name. I want is home address to be automatic. Read more...

Roomie: A RedEye Alternative

Filed Under (Comment) by Greg on 24-12-2012

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While dealing with some RedEye quirks, I stumbled across iRule. It occurred to me that there have been some significant changes in the home A/V control landscape since I first install ThinkFlood’s RedEye¬†a few years ago. Read more...

RedEye #0: Notes

Filed Under (How To) by Greg on 22-12-2012

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Things learned about RedEye. Read more...

RedEye #6: Testing IP Control Codes

Filed Under (How To) by Greg on 22-12-2012

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Knowing what a device returns after a command is received (sent by redid), helps design a control strategy. Read more...

RedEye #5: Receive a Message from VSX via IP

Filed Under (How To) by Greg on 22-12-2012

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After completing RedEye: Connect to Pioneer VSX via IP, the RedEye is already receiving messages from the VSX.
Unfortunately, the VSX sends messages that may be longer than expected. This makes using the received messages more complicated than might otherwise be expected.
The issue addressed here is how to display what the VSX is sending out. This will give a better idea as to how to proceed using using the received messages.
The technique outlined here is generic in that it can be used to monitor any IP port via RedEye. Read more...