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Creating a Hackintosh: Installing Mac OS X on Netbooks from the Dell Mini 9, MSI Wind, Lenovo S10, and more

Apr 26, 2009 - 25 Comments

Creating your own cheap Mac Hackintosh out of a PC Netbook is pretty popular right now, so I compiled a list of various how-to guides mostly for myself but figured I would share it with our readers as well. The guides rank from reasonably easy (Dell Mini 9) to an arduous hack, and it’s technically … Read More

Highlight Stack Items on Hover

Jan 7, 2008 - 27 Comments

Here’s a great tip that creates a nice hover effect when your mouse goes over an application (or folder) within a Leopard stack. Why this isn’t enabled by default in Leopard is beyond me, because it makes navigating within stacks a whole lot easier. Don’t miss out, here’s how to activate it: Launch the Terminal … Read More

Change the Mac OS X Dock from 3D to 2D

Dec 24, 2007 - 7 Comments

The appearance of the new Dock in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard has caused somewhat of an uproar in the Mac community, some of whom even claim it looks like it belongs in Windows Vista. If you’re totally insulted by the new 3D dock, or if you just prefer the old Dock appearance, it’s very … Read More

Use Quick Look from the command line

Dec 24, 2007 - 3 Comments

Quick Look is a nice feature added in 10.5, I use it often for glancing at the content of various documents and it certainly beats launching an application. If you’re an avid command line user though, you may be browsing through a directories contents and wondering just what is that JPG or DOC file. Wonder … Read More

Quick Look files from the Trash

Dec 8, 2007 - 2 Comments

Thanks to Quick Look in Leopard, you no longer have to drag files from the Trash to check them out. Simply hit Command-Y while on any file within the trash folder and Quick Look will behave as normal by launching a preview of the file contents. This great tip was found on TUAW (and screenshot … Read More

Customize your OS X 10.5 Leopard Dock

Nov 5, 2007 - 4 Comments

People seem to either love or hate the dock in Leopard. If you’re not a fan of the default ‘swoosh’ reflective Dock, there are many options available, and a site has popped up catering to nothing but Leopard Docks. Aptly named LeopardDocks.com is dedicated to nothing but customizing your Leopard dock, with everything from shiny … Read More

Control Leopard’s Stack style (Fan/Grid)

Oct 31, 2007 - 9 Comments

Stacks is an innovative addition to Apple’s recently released OS X 10.5 (Leopard). It’s default behavior can be confusing, as it seems some “Stacks” will display in a grid fashion and some will appear in the fan style. After poking around for a bit on various forums (macosxhints.com), I had zero luck in finding away … Read More

Microsoft releases new Remote Desktop Client

Oct 30, 2007 - 3 Comments

Earlier today Microsoft released the second beta of their Remote Desktop Connection application. This new version introduces an updated user interface (not sure if its worse or better), Universal binary support, Vista support, dynamic window resizing and quite a bit more. It is good to see Microsoft update this utility as it is a crucial … Read More

Get triangle dock indicators back in Leopard

Oct 30, 2007 - 1 Comment

If you’re a Leopard user, you might have noticed that the Dock no longer uses little triangles to emphasize what applications are open. Instead, little subtle lights glow underneath open applications, which look nice but aren’t the most obvious. Apparently I’m not the only one that was annoyed with the little glowing light app indicators … Read More

How to: Add a user from the OS X command line, works with Leopard!

Oct 29, 2007 - 52 Comments

Adding a user is something easily accomplished using the built in GUI tools that ship with OS X, however any power user can appreciate the possible efficiency gained from using the command line. So in the spirit of efficiency here are the steps necessary to add a user to your Mac OS X system all … Read More

Fix “Page Up” key in Terminal.app to work with irssi

Oct 29, 2007 - 5 Comments

Recently while using the OS X Terminal I noticed that the “Page Up” and “Page Down” keys do not send an actual page up sequence to a session. It seems that the default behavior is to manipulate the Terminal.app’s built in buffer. This works well for every day use in the Terminal, but if you … Read More

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