About this episode: A quick tip mini-episode showing you how to organize your email in Apple Mail using Colors. Subscribe in iTunes: High Definition (Apple TV) Feed: Click Here Standard Definition (iPod/iPhone): Click Here
Yesterday after reading a few people say that you can’t copy and paste in the Finder, I quickly put together this screencast with Screenflow. Take a look.
Cre.ations.net has a tutorial up showing those of you that are desperate to get your phone dialing down to a one-button press how to create home screen icons of your most called numbers. It’s a bit of a hack, and honestly (to me, anyway) more trouble than its worth when your list of favorite contacts […]
Apple Mail is a great email client… …but there’s always room for improvement, and if you get a lot of mail, or compulsively check your mail, there are some really excellent Apple Mail plugins that can help you get more work done, and still stay on top of those forwards you love getting from grandma…. […]
The latest edition of The Merlin Show, a video podcast that is quickly growing on me, has posted a tip for all you Quicksilver enthusiasts out there. I’ve never been able to get into Quicksilver myself (stop it…no hate mail…I didn’t say I didn’t like it…I just haven’t gotten into it), but if you’re a […]
Before you get excited, keep in mind that you’re going to have some serious Pro tools to maket his happen. You’ll need both Final Cut Pro AND DVD Studio Pro to do this…but if you have the tools, it is possible to create Hi-Def DVDs from 4.75 GigÂ Type 5 DVDs. It should also be […]
In this second installment of Apple Gazette.com’s continuing series of Video Quick Tips we cover Automator Basics. For more info on all the things you can do with Automator check out Automator World and Automator.us.
If you’re a member of the Apple Developer Connection, then you can log onto iTunes and view a new video session entitled ‘Taking Advantage of Leopard Features in Cocoa’. The video is from the 2006 WWDC. The video can help you gain an-depth understanding of Cocoa support, and how to use the Cocoa API in […]
This is another little experiment, so let me know what you think about it. If you like this video tutorial, I’d be happy to make more. I had fun putting this one together. If you want to download Dashcode you’ll have to sign up as a Developer (it’s free). After you build some cool widgets […]
The Mac OS X Hints Weblog over at Macworld magazine has a really useful tip on how you can actually shut your Mac down remotely using a combination of Apple Mail and AppleScript.Â The key to the whole thing is the Rules feature of Apple Mail which allows you to run AppleScript from within a […]