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Honor Magic with bezel-less display announced: Price, Specifications and more - Gadgets... - 0 views

    Huawei today announced it concept phone, the Honor Magic. The smartphone has new artificial intelligence designed with inovative intelligent features. The company also gives some hints for launching new smartphone soon in India
Adam Mills

Apple COO Hints At Cheaper iPhone - 4 views

    While he didn't come right out and say it, Apple's COO Tim Cook made some strong suggestions that seem to point to a cheaper iPhone in the future.
Jeff Johnson

iPhotography: 10 Pro Tips for Snapping Perfect iPhone Photos - 10 views

    Have a read through these 10 interviews for hints, tips and tricks from top iPhotographers located all over the world.
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Apple's Next-Gen iPhone Picture Getting Clearer | All Apple News - 6 views

    Like a stoic chess player, Apple gives nothing away, but the hints are there as to what could be next. And naturally, there's no shortage of speculation.
Jessie Far

An Inside Guide To the iPad Wine List - 0 views

    Utilizing an iPad is now a very useful area of the everyday lives of innumerable people because the debut of the unbelievable apparatus. Yet, becoming a user of the iPad does take a little time plus instruction. Make use of the hints discovered under, and you'll be on the way to iPad expertise in short...
Jeff Johnson

Macworld | Mac OS X Hints | Select hidden drop-down menu choices via keyboard - 0 views

  • What you may not have known is that you can do the same thing for certain drop-down menus hiding behind buttons—even when those menus aren’t yet visible. To take best advantage of this trick, you must first make sure you’ve got your machine set up such that the Tab key takes you to each available input. To do that, open the Keyboard & Mouse System Preferences panel, and then click on the Keyboard Shortcuts tab. At the bottom of this panel, make sure Full Keyboard Access is set to All Controls. You can now use the Tab key to select the drop-down menu, which you’ll need to do in order to then use the keyboard to access that drop-down’s menu items.
Jeff Johnson

Install a disk image System Preferences panel | Mac OS X Hints | Macworld - 0 views

    OS X has a number of options for handling disk images-settings for such things as automatically opening them, moving Internet-enabled images to the trash after opening, verifying checksums, and more. You control all of these options (and a few more) in Disk Utility's preferences panel. If you change these settings often, though, you may tire of launching Disk Utility and opening its preferences panel. As an alternative-and with a side bonus of gaining one additional option-you can install a hidden System Preferences panel to make accessing these options a bit easier. There are two ways to install this panel; one requires Terminal, and the other uses just the Finder. If Apple were to update the panel at some point, the Finder method wouldn't reflect those updates, while the Terminal method always insures you're seeing the latest version of the panel.
Graham Perrin - Show all events in iCal search results - 0 views

    I am bugged by an issue, not reproducible by Apple, in which iCal search results are always empty (never a thing found). I'm bookmarking this hint and comments for consideration when I review the bug report.
yc c

Hawk Wings - Blog about Tips and add-ons for Apple Mail - 0 views

shared by yc c on 09 Feb 07 - Cached
    A great blog about Apple Mail software with tips, hints and tricks
    for Apple Mail
Jeff Johnson

10.5: Disable printer queue password requirements - Mac OS X Hints - 5 views

    Mac OS X 10.5 requires you to enter an administrator's password to pause/resume a print queue, where no previous version of OS X has done so. This is extremely annoying in a lab setting -- if there's a paper jam or something, the queues on all the computers need to be restarted by an administrator, instead of the user just clicking Resume. I haven't seen a solution to this elsewhere, so here's what I came up with:
Jeff Johnson

10.4: Hide users from the login window via prefs - Mac OS X Hints - 4 views

    A hidden user is a user that can login to the system, but the account will not be displayed in the Login Window, where all of the other accounts on the machine are listed. In lab or work environments, it's often desired to have a hidden user that has Admin rights for administrative functions and/or other special circumstances.
Graham Perrin

preferred alternatives to Apple Support Communities for providing support to users and ... - 2 views

  • preferred alternatives to Apple Support Communities for providing support to users and developers of Apple products and services
  • 27-Jul-2011
  • Existing alternatives
  • ...28 more annotations...
  • Which existing forums — beyond Apple Support Communities — would you recommend?
  • importance: a pleasing experience
  • Existing alternatives: Logic…
  • some suggestions:
  • Mac4Mac
  • a lot of 'chatter'
  • contributor to MacRumors
  • nonbreaking spaces appear as asterisks
  • Sussex Mac User Group (SMUG)
  • microblogs, where things can be kept brief
  • less engaged with Twitter
  • for conversation, Twitter's interface is very poor
  • UIs that are pleasing, with reasonable quality of content
  • macos-x-server
  • Nabble interface to lists is even better
  • Stack Exchange
  • Apple (FAQ)
  • Super User (FAQ)
  • OpenID enabled
  • ##Apple-support group on Wuala
  • don't get sidetracked by the Wuala resource
  • Mac OS X Hints
  • requirement to type HTML
  • Macintoshian Achaia — Ars Technica OpenForum
  • no preferences for pagination
  • pagination makes reading something long more difficult
Graham Perrin

AirPort status menu: enhanced view of the network connection - 3 views

  • option key while clicking on the wi-fi signal icon
    • Graham Perrin
      This is a great tip, I wonder where it was discovered.
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