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In: Uncategorized23 Feb 2009
Filed under: iLife , Tips and tricks , Internet Tools Here’s a useful corner of Apple’s enormous website. The “Find Out How” pages feature tutorials on things like Mac and wireless basics as well as web, music and MobileMe tips.
In: Uncategorized20 Feb 2009
Filed under: Tips and tricks , App Store Just about every conversation I have with an iPhone developer who’s had any level of App Store success eventually (usually sooner rather than later) includes the question, “what worked for you?” I’ve been trying to distill some kind of pattern — a sure-fire marketing tactic — but there are just too many variables. There are the ones which developers can control (to some extent): the general timing of a release (give or take a month), pricing , quality, external promotion, and certain aspects of the marketing process
In: Uncategorized19 Feb 2009
Filed under: Software , How-tos , Tips and tricks , TUAW Tips TJ Luoma recently shared the solution to an annoying problem. Specifically, he wanted to keep Backup’s icon from frantically jumping in the Dock like so many hepped-up toddlers in a bouncy castle. The Backup icon typically bounces in the Dock for a minute two before it even begins backing up any data. We know what you’re thinking, “Just go to the application’s preferences and disable the Dock animation.” The problem is that Backup has no preference pane! Fortunately, TJ found a fix
In: Uncategorized17 Feb 2009
Filed under: How-tos , Tips and tricks , Odds and ends You can create some wonderful visual effects with Keynote ’09 ; good enough, in some cases, to make experienced After Effects artists say “You did that in Keynote?!,” which is always very satisfying. Despite Keynote’s power for presentations, there are a few things that it doesn’t do natively — play video during a transition, for instance. Fortunately, some of these tricks can be accomplished by a long-honored approach known as “faking it.” If you have a video playing in the background of a slide while you trigger a dissolve transition to the next slide, ordinarily you’ll see a distracting freeze of the video playback as the transition effect runs. The way around this, usable for many (not all) slide transitions, is to pull the transition forward into the slide with the video
In: Uncategorized10 Feb 2009
Filed under: iLife , Tips and tricks Being the Kool-aid sipping, Apple fanatic that you are, I’m sure you have already updated to the latest versions of iLife and iWork, right? If you have then it’s not unlikely for you to be experiencing the same kind of problem that Rob Griffiths over at Macworld is dealing with as well. Following his recent upgrade to the latest (and greatest!) version of iPhoto, Rob noticed some inconsistencies in the way Help was providing him information. Specifically, he had trouble with locating documentation on the new Faces feature when navigating through iPhoto’s Help menu and launching the Help application
In: Uncategorized10 Feb 2009
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In: Uncategorized4 Feb 2009
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