Have you every wanted to arrange the Menu Bar items the way you want not the way Mr. Jobs wants them. Its almost as easy as changing the items on the Dock. All you need to go is Command (Apple key for the newer users) + click on the Menu bar item and Drag it where you want it.
"When Steve first demonstrated Quick Look, I though it looked gimmicky. Interesting, for sure, but nothing I'd use regularly. Much like Star Wars Episode I: Fun when viewed for the first time, but I'll never watch it again." TUAW has a good round up of how to use Quick Look to its full extent
There has been a lot of activity in the OS X image editor realm lately. From new applications competing with Photoshop like Pixelmator and Acorn, to specialized tools like Skitch and Picturesque, there is no shortage of applications for the Mac consumer. Free image editors however, are difficult to come by. There is always the vulnerable venerable GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program), but few have the patience to figure out its foreign interface and deal with the quirks of working in a X11 environment. For those Mac users who crave a free native cocoa image editor, Seashore is the answer.
Have you ever wanted to add a note or to-do to an e-mail someone sent you? In the new OSX leopard you can. All you have to do is open the e-mail you want to add the note/ to-do to and "CTRL + Click" anywhere on the message and pick New To-Do from the drop down menu. This add an area just above the e-mail that will let you type in your notation. The item will be saved with the e-mail and also in the To-Do section of mail.
One of the new features in Leopard’s Mail is that it includes a few dozen stationery templates for you to easily choose from to jazz up your emails.
For the most part these templates are just plain ole’ fashioned HTML with a tiny bit of XML. So really the only requirements for editing or creating your own stationery is that you know a small ...
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