One of the most annoying things about Mail.app application in Leopard is its paste with formatting feature. Some might find this useful, but I ended up with emails that looked like this! That’s surely unprofessional by any standard. There’s already a simple fix for this however. You can just press Command + Option + Shift […]
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Now you can. Here’s how. First, visit oobject to obtain all the items that you need to get the right look and feel. Here are some of the items that you will need: One particular item that I’m really interested in would be Item 21, which is the Motorized Shades by Mechoshade. It completes the […]
I have always wondered why prices ends with 99s, but never really remembered the question long enough to search for the answer, until I read this article. Why Prices End in 99s: Humans Are Mathematically Incompetent | Epicenter from Wired.com Which is smaller: 298,548 or 298,000? If you picked 298,548, you’re not alone. That’s the […]
What can we expect from MacWorld this year? A new product? Maybe something wireless. We’ll see in a few days. Source: AppleInsider
If you’re on Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.6), follow the instructions on the following post: Vibrant Ink for Snow Leopard Terminal Updated: TerminalColors ‘updated’ for 10.5.2 compatibility. As mentioned on Ciarán Walsh’s Blog, the default blue background that’s being used for Leopard’s terminal is difficult to read on a black background. In order to […]
Think the new iMac’s ugly? That’s what I thought too until I stumbled upon Apple’s iMac website.
Here’s a snippet from the latest email newsletter from Apple: At the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, you’ll find developers like Alykhan Jetha of Marketcircle and Apple engineers like David McLeod working together to build the exciting new technologies of Leopard into the next generation of Mac software. For Alykhan, that means he’ll come away with […]