Evan Kline

KBG Injury Law, 110 N. George St., 3rd Floor, York, PA 17401

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  • 10 Years of 40Tech
    by Evan Kline on July 27, 2019 at 1:42 am

    I must not be big on anniversaries, because I completely missed the 10 year anniversary of this site. A “Coming Soon” post went live on May 28, 2009, with the first substantive post going up on June 4, 2009. I remember sitting at the table at my sister’s beach house that May with my laptop […]

  • Make Your CAPS LOCK Key Do Double Duty As a Modifier Key and Caps Lock
    by Evan Kline on July 25, 2019 at 4:38 pm

    Your Caps Lock key might be underused on your Mac. If you’re a big automation geek, why not use it for something else, in addition to its built-in functionality? Karabiner Elements is a Mac tool that lets you customize the keyboard on your Mac, including the Caps Lock key. In this post, I’ll talk about […]

  • HomeRun – Customize your HomeKit Complications on the Apple Watch
    by Evan Kline on April 30, 2019 at 4:44 pm

    Ryan Christoffel writing for MacStories: First, HomeRun now provides the option to set different complications to appear on your watch face throughout the day during select time periods. You can, for example, tell HomeRun that starting at 6:00am every day, you want its complication to trigger your ‘Good Morning’ scene, then at 8:00am it should […]

  • TECHSHOW “Mac Mastery” Downloads
    by Evan Kline on March 5, 2019 at 2:19 pm

    In addition to attending great sessions and meeting interesting people, I presented two sessions at the ABA TECHSHOW in Chicago last week. One of them, Mac Mastery: Top Mac Workflows Used By Real Attorney, featured a few automation workflows and other processes I use in my practice. I shared a link to a page during […]

  • BBEdit to MarsEdit (AppleScript)
    by Evan Kline on February 17, 2019 at 11:29 am

    You can never own too many text editors. Okay, I can never own too many text editors. I recently splurged on BBEdit, the venerable HTML and text editor for the Mac. There’s something pleasurable about tweaking BBEdit to use it as a blogging tool. One such tool I hacked together is an AppleScript to send […]

    by Evan Kline on February 1, 2019 at 3:28 pm

    Whether you’re a tech geek or not, you should consider attending the ABA TECHSHOW if you want to make your practice more efficient. It’s not just for lawyers, but for anyone in the legal field. In addition to the dozens of CLE sessions to choose from, you can also visit the EXPO hall and check out […]

  • Use the Keyboard Maestro Status Menu as a Cheatsheet →
    by Evan Kline on January 31, 2019 at 11:16 pm

    Clark Goble writing for Clark’s Tech Blog: If you use Keyboard Maestro a good tip is to both create a hotkey and a status menu item. Then you can look at the status menu to remember your keystroke. Yes, if you click through on the above link, you’ll see I’m linking to a footnote. While I […]∞ Permalink […]

  • TiVo Coming to the Apple TV and Other Devices →
    by Evan Kline on January 25, 2019 at 2:05 pm

    Jared Newman, writing for TechHive: As announced during CES, TiVo will release apps for Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices in the second quarter of this year. Apps for Apple TV and Android TV will follow in the third quarter. If you have a TiVo that supports transcoding (including the Roamio Pro, Roamio Plus, Bolt, […]∞ Permalink […]

  • Bring Devices into HomeKit with Your Synology →
    by Evan Kline on January 21, 2019 at 5:32 pm

    Casey Liss, at Liss is More: The final piece that really opened everything up for me was realizing that my Synology has Docker support. Furthermore, after but a moment of digging, I was able to find instructions specifically for setting up Homebridge on a Synology in Docker. Following those instructions, within about 10 minutes, I […]∞ Permalink […]

  • iPad Limitations With Reactive Work →
    by Evan Kline on December 14, 2018 at 5:07 pm

    Riccardo Mori, at morrick.me: The point that some iPad die‐hard fans seem to miss is that it’s not a matter of people not wanting to adapt to an iOS‐based workflow; it’s not a matter of people lacking mental agility to ditch their computers and switch to iPads for work. It’s that their work imposes different […]∞ Permalink […]