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Website as Screen Saver

WebSaver is simple in concept: it allows you to set a series of websites as your screen saver. You need only enter a few URLs and it will automatically load a fullscreen page and cycle between your various sites. Today we’ll look at how to set it up, what some of the various options are and(…)

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Basic SEO Design and Development Tips

HTML Format Your site must be using an HTML format. Most non-text content cannot be crawled by the search engines; although they are improving in this aspect it is best not to leave anything to chance. To check and see if your site is using HTML, simply copy a line of text from your site(…)

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Validate Fonts

Validate Font To validate one or more fonts: Select the fonts to validate in the list of fonts. Choose Validate Fonts from the File menu. A Font Validation window opens and shows the results of validation. A green check mark indicates that font passed validation. A red x beside a font tells you there is(…)

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MacSupport – Tips

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Kludget Engine

If you are a fan of Mac OS Dashboard widgets and want to use them on your Windows or Linux Desktop, you must try Kludget.Kludget Engine is a free utility for Windows and Linux which allows users to use Apple Mac OS Dashboard widgets on their Desktop. It brings best features from Yahoo’s Widget Engine,(…)

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Tip of the Day

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Menubar Videotips

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Enable a Hidden Disc Eject Menu

If you use a lot of DVD’s or CD’s on a regular basis, you may find some use enabling a hidden disk eject menu item. Once enabled, you’ll have a Finder pull down menu that lists discs, and selecting a disk from the menu ejects it: Hit Command+Shift+G to bring up the Go To Folder(…)

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Rearrange the Status Items

You can easily rearrange the status items in your Mac OS X Menu bar, simply hold Command and drag the icons to the desired location within the menubar. You can move just about anything, except for Spotlight and some third party apps, which will stay stubbornly in place. This is a good alternative to just(…)

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Remove Icons from the Menu Bar

If your Mac menu bar is starting to resemble an icon farm, remember that you can remove items from the menu bar by holding down the Command key and dragging items out of the menu. The icon will disappear into a puff of dust, the same way an icon from the Dock or sidebar disappear.(…)

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Change Audio Settings

Ever need to quickly change audio input or output settings on your Mac, but don’t want to hop into the System Preferences, find the Sound preference pane, then click around the tabs? Maybe you’re in the middle of a super important presentation and just need the sound to work for that amazing video you’re sharing?(…)

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Clean Up Your Menu Bar

Is your menubar getting just a little, well, crufty? With more and more apps taking advantage of this handy place to put notification and mini-app icons for extra functionality, it seems like the menu bar is like that bar down the street where they’ll let just anyone in. Today’s tip should help clean up the(…)

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Macworld Video

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Mac 101

How To use your Mac? Learn more about Mac OS X Finder, Preview, iChat, iCal, Mail, Safari, Address Book, Expose, Dock, Dashboard, Spotlight, Customizing, Keyboard Shortcuts…↓ Download

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Mac Tips and Tricks

Get all Mac OS X Tips, Tricks, Tutorials, Hacks, Support, Downloads, Updates…right in to your Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Lion, Snow Leopard, Leopard or Tiger Dashboard ! Learn How To using Finder, Preview, iChat, iCal, Mail, Safari, Address Book, Expose, Dock, Dashboard, Spotlight, Keyboard Shortcuts…or Customizing Your Mac ! ↓ Download

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Dashcode Tips

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WebKit Projects

There are many exciting projects that we are actively working on in the WebKit source tree. To find out more about each project you can visit that project’s home page. If you are interested in starting a new project in the WebKit tree, contact WebKit.org! General Projects Web Site CompatibilityThe most important project that we(…)

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Xcode Development

NSTableView class to create a single column table view 1. Create an Xcode project Step 01: Launch Xcode 3.0 and create a new project by clicking on File ⇒ New Project. Step 02: Select Application ⇒ Cocoa Application and click on the Next button. Step 03: Specify the Project Name and Project Directory as follows:(…)

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Find Wallpapers on a Mac

Step 1Click the System Preferences application icon in your Dock. If you do not have the System Preferences icon in your dock, access System Preferences from the “Apple” menu on the system toolbar. Step 2Click the “Desktop & Screen Saver” pane from the System Preferences menu. Choose a folder from “Apple.” If you do not(…)

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Set Your RSS Reader to Be Your Desktop Wallpaper !

Step 1Navigate to the folder WindowsResourcesThemes. Either drag and drop the “Aero Theme” file to your desktop, or right-click the file and select “Copy,” then right click your Desktop and select “Paste.” You’ll need to edit the file from the Desktop since Windows has it write-protected in the Themes folder. Step 2Right-click the Aero Theme(…)

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Make an iPhone’s Desktop Background Black !

Step 1Press the “Safari” icon to launch the iPhone Safari browser. Step 2Go to the images section of any search engine within the iPhone Safari browser. Type in “black wallpaper” and click on the first black wallpaper image that appears. Press on the image for a few seconds until you are prompted to save it.(…)

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Wallpaper Management Tips !

You are able to shift your desktop wallpaper from the standard supplied image to nearly any image you care to see. You are able to use an image you shot with your photographic camera, a picture you downloaded from the World Wide Web, or a design you produced with a graphics application program. Using Different(…)

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MacWall Tips

1. Get The Right Resolution Regardless of its artistic beauty, a wallpaper that doesn’t come in a high enough resolution and matching aspect ratio will look grainy and distorted. To avoid awkward looking background images, you should understand the specs of your monitor before you start hunting for great wallpapers. Screen resolutions are denoted in(…)

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Keyboard Shortcuts

Alt-⌘-Up to alter between .m and .h file ⌘-Shift-D, When you want to open a file or a symbol definition that’s in your project or in a framework. ⌘-Shift-E expand the editor view to full height of the window. Alt-⌘-Left / Alt-⌘-Right, Navigate among open files back and forth. Press Tab to accept the current(…)

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