Send me an e-mail and I'll see if I or my licensing-provider can help you restore it.
Open Hypernap from Finder, this will focus the application and open the main window again. From here you can press Cmd+, to open Preferences.
One common reason is that the HTTP method is set to GET, which does not support body data. Hypernap will automatically turn this into a querystring instead. If you want to send body data, be sure to change method to for example POST.
HTTP-requests are sent with an OS X module called CFNetwork, which automatically adds some headers if they are undefined. You can of course override these if you want to.
We also add some headers automatically when you have body data to send, because calculating Content-Length is a bit meh to do manually.
Not in the current version, but Hypernap 2 will support this.
No, Bother was built to only collect your work and save this to your calendar. You can try exporting it from Calendar instead.
Not right now, but I'll look into adding this in a future update.
FuzzyTime doesn't support this out of the box, as that would require using some private API:s that Apple wouldn't allow on the App Store.
We recommend using an app called Bartender which lets you move around all status items freely, as well as hiding the ones you don't need.
Yes you can! Take a look at this article about how translating FuzzyTime works. You can then send your translation to me and I'll include it in a future update.
Yes and no. Having high APM certainly doesn’t make you the best gamer ever. However, training your APM can train your micromanagement abilities and might improve your reaction skill.
The score is a number made by analyzing your session data. It was made for fun, so don’t take it too seriously! To make it even more fun, I’m keeping the formula a secret.
There is no “maximum” score, it simply gets higher the “better” your APM is. Note that the formula might change in the future as well.
I don’t consider myself a pro so I’m probably not the right person to give advice on this. I’d suggest looking it up in your favorite search engine.
This is a bug that appeared in OS X Yosemite and newer that has been fixed in the latest update. You will have to download this update from the website though.
Brightness controls will be added in Mousai 2.