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).
So you already know how powerful spotlight is. It searches files, it’s a calculator, a dictionary, it’s just plain cool. I use spotlight every day, I’d rather use it than the dock or finder in most cases! Today I watched a video on the apple.com website on boolean searching in Spotlight. Continue reading »
I just found out that if you press Shift and apple menu, the force quit option is changing to
force quit +application name which is selected.
So if Firefox is not responding and you press shift+ open apple menu, you will see an option Force Firefox Quit or something like this. You can also try, but i`m sure this was mentioned before, to hit ALT+ Apple Menu and you will see other helpful Commands.