Apple has frozen Snow Leopard’s APIs, which means they are closer to release and developers can now start making programs based on the API’s without fear of them changing and breaking their app.
There’s also news that Snow Leopard will include a HFS+ driver for Windows, so when you’re using Boot Camp, you will be able to access your Mac files without a 3rd party app like MacDrive.
* sourced from mactalk
Today I had to forward several messages to a single email address. Therefore I selected these messages with CMD and hit the Forward button.
Mail.app created one new message from the selected messages. Ready to send!
James – thanks Hans!
Hi all, it’s been a while since I’ve updated the site with actual useful content. Thank you all who have contributed since the site has been running.
As you can imagine, there’s only so many tips and tricks for Leopard that I can document here. If you find something that isn’t on the site (search the site first) then register and post it! If you get the content from another site, be sure to reference that site.
With Snow Leopard on the way, we will be starting a whole new round of tips and tricks for Apple’s latest OS X gift!
Despite slowly running out of content, I have some exciting news for the site. I’ve started working on video’s for the already published posts, this means you’ll be able to follow me as I show you on video how to perform a tip or trick. As you can imagine, this will be a lengthy process. I’m confident I can get it done! Stay tuned
After deleting icons from the menu bar by pressing ‘command’ and pressing on the desired icon to remove it by dragging it to the desktop.
You can re add it again by open system/library/core service/menu bar, and duoble click on the desired icon to be displayed on the menu bar like volume, time machine….
Just when Snow Leopard is nearing completion for release, and “Regular” Leopard seemed to be completely documented, I stumbled upon this trick for Macbooks….In a Finder window, go to Columns view. If you have any videos, clicking on one, then placing the mouse pointer over on the Preview column, will make a small Play button appear…You can now use 2-fingers on the trackpad to Scroll-Preview through the video without even hitting the Play button…(You must have “show preview column” enabled in the View Options of the Finder).