How To Use Brave Browser with a Dark Theme

Hi Kids,
It’s been a while, but I’ve got something cool for you today. If you like Brave, the privacy-centric browser that’s shares an ancestor with Chrome, then you are probably aware that there isn’t a dark theme available for it yet… or really an extensions platform as of now. It’s still rough out here, but as it turns out Brave is pretty easy to modify. From what I can tell, the Brave team is already working on bundled, switchable Dark/Light themes for the browser but it isn’t available publicly yet. I took a quick stab at a dark menu bar (basically a partial theme) and am making it available until they release the official dark theme.

You can see my public GitHub repository here.

Please note: I have customized this on a Mac, have only tested it on a Mac, and only built a quick app launcher for macOS. Your results may vary, but feel free to customize it as you see fit!

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See All CRON Tasks On Your Server At Once

Howdy Folks,
Here’s another little tip I picked up on the internet that helped me out in a big way. If you ever find yourself in need of seeing a list of CRON tasks for every user on your linux server, you can run the code below:

for user in $(cut -f1 -d: /etc/passwd); do crontab -u $user -l; done

I find this especially helpful moving websites to completely new servers, as you never know what little helpers have been setup for seemingly innocuous tasks.

Love, peace, and cheese.

Dock that iPhone Simulator!

The iPhone Simulator
The iPhone Simulator

So, if you’ve been developing for iPhone and such you know how much it sucks to start xcode every time you want to test webpages or show off your new app. It gets downright frustrating. So, to link to the program in your dock; navigate to the following path. You can start this and select “keep in dock”, or drag it down there yourself:

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