I’ve migrated my website from Habari back to WordPress after several years. I also took the opportunity to delete a bunch of old posts. Unfortunately, any comments on my posts did not survive this transition.
Fall is the season for pumpkin spice everything. To celebrate, I developed this recipe. It’s so good you’ll want to put on yoga pants! (OK, maybe no yoga pants.)
A few days ago, I had a crazy idea: what if I poach chicken breasts in melted butter?
This custard is creamy and delicious!
These are the shows I’ll be watching during the 2013–2014 tv season.
This parfait is layered so it looks good in addition to tasting great.
This is a refreshing side dish for your grilled steak or chicken.
The roomie and I, along with some friends, are headed up to Zehnder’s Snowfest this year so I thought I’d take a look at the website. I must be trapped in some sort of temporal loop.
Jim Whimpey brought up a complaint about flags in OS X Mail:
Why does Mail have these much too subtle flags instead of full colour labels like the rest of the OS!?
Jim Whimpey via Twitter
I figured I’d tackle the problem because I imagine other users have the same issue. I’ve made some OS X services to assign flags with matching message backgrounds. These services just contain a few lines of AppleScript that change the flag and the background color of the selected messages. If you want to take a look, you can open them in Automator. Here’s how you use it.
- Quit Mail if it’s running.
- Download Full Color Flags
- Extract the contents to ~/Library/Services/
- Optional: Assign keyboard shortcuts to the Services.
To use these, open Mail, select a message or messages, then go to Mail > Services and choose your desired flag.
And this is the result:
This solution works for me. There is no guarantee that it will work for you. I am not liable if it does not work for you or if it damages your computer or data. Proceed at your own risk! You may use this solution free of charge for any purpose.
This is not your standard guacamole! The tangy blue cheese and smoky bacon add an exciting twist to this creamy dip.