CTRL+SHIFT+EJECT Works in Snow Leopard. Note: Before that, check the General tab on the Security System Preferences panel to ensure that the “Require password [some period] after sleep or screen saver begins” box is checked.
I introduced Paparazzi! to capture the whole webpage until Ray recommended Layers by Wuonm. Now I just got Snagit from TechSmith, another screen capture too. From the video introduction, it looks good. Will try it out later.
Sometimes there are a lot of duplicated commands in right-click context menu of OS X. Here’s a simple way to fix it.
A web developer often edit hosts file for developing use. In windows, you can create a shortcut to use notepad to open and edit the hosts file. In Mac OS X, I like using Spotlight to quick open the stuffs I want. But the hosts files is hidden by default and can not be found […]
Q: When save Automator as a plug-in for Finder, where on the earth is it? A: Find it here “~/Library/Workflows/Applications/Finder” Q: How can I get the full path of a file as soon as possible? A: Use AppleScript + Automator in this way. Or install the contextual menu plugin below. Q: I want more handy […]
We are experiencing the most serious financial crisis since the Great Crash of 1929. So WHOSE fault, when $1 does not worth $1 any more? Okay, I’m sorry for bluffing. First, we might meet currency deflation not inflation, second, it’s all about a bug of Mac OS X build-in widget. After upgrading to OS X […]
You can add google account in iCal to sync the calendar. Previously you have to do that manually by a few copy and paste steps, really boring. Last night I found google had released a tool named Calaboration on December 9th last year, which is tiny but easy to use. Simply login with your google […]
Previously I met the problem that the Apple Mail application starts automatically. I tracked the history for a few days and now I find out the reason. Here under is my analyze: There was no sign that the Apple Mail run in a fixed frequency. The chance of virus is slim too. Because virus often […]
Updates: Reason has been found here. The Mail app started itself unexpectedly just now (2009-02-08 at 1:15 am). I remember this is the second time in 24 hours. Generally, if any mail application starts, it means a email link has been clicked to trigger it, or something strange behind the scene is using it. I did […]
After trying over and over again, I finally succeeded to set up BlackBerry bluetooth modem in Mac OS X. In fact, there are already several articles talked about this. I just made it work in China Mobile network. This article is for those who: Have a BlackBerry 8100/8300 Have a Mac OS X Use the […]