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Archive for March 23rd, 2020

macos – Upgrade all the casks installed via Homebrew Cask – Stack Overflow

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/03/23

I missed that this was merged to master a few months ago: [WayBack] macos – Upgrade all the casks installed via Homebrew Cask – Stack Overflow:

December 2017 Update

I thought it would never happen, but there is now finally an official upgrade mechanism for Homebrew Cask (see [WayBack] Issue 3396 for the implementation)! To use it, simply run this command:

brew cask upgrade

However this will not update casks that do not have versioning information (version :latest) or applications that have a built-in upgrade mechanism (auto_updates true). To reinstall these casks (and consequently upgrade them if upgrades are available), run the upgrade command with the --greedy flag like this:

brew cask upgrade --greedy

It means you do not need manual scripts any more. So you can do without this workaround: [WayBack] GitHub – buo/homebrew-cask-upgrade: A command line tool for upgrading every outdated app installed by Homebrew Cask.

More information at [WayBack] homebrew-cask/ at master · caskroom/homebrew-cask · GitHub: Updating/Upgrading Casks


Posted in Apple, Home brew / homebrew, Mac OS X / OS X / MacOS, Power User | Leave a Comment »

PC to TV HDMI image too large for screen – [Solved] – Graphics Cards

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/03/23

Someone Somewhere said:

It’s a setting in the TV. Look for terms like ‘overscan’ , ‘pixel perfect’, ‘1:1’, or similar. Usually under the HDMI settings for that input.

In my case (my mother’s Samsung), the original setting was 16:9 which failed. What works is screen fit. Go figure.

Source: [WayBackPC to TV HDMI image too large for screen – [Solved] – Graphics Cards


Posted in Development, Hardware Interfacing, HDMI, Power User | Leave a Comment »

Filezilla – keeping the filestamps on transferred files.

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/03/23

Boy, I wish “Preserve timestamps of transferred files” was in the settings in addition to the menu as I was searching for it there to ensure download timestamps were of the original files:


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