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Apps undoubtedly dominate Apple’s ecosystem when it comes to getting anything done, and Macs are no exception. However, they are function specific, and many apps that perform simple little functions or act as utilities can be skipped altogether if you know the right Terminal commands. Not to say you won’t ever need to install an app, but apps do what they do and noting more.
Symptômes Cet article contient des informations sur les ports TCP et UDP utilisés par les produits Apple tels qu’OS X, Mac OS X Server, Apple Remote Desktop, Macintosh Manager et iCloud. Plusieurs de ces ports sont qualifiés de ports standard « connus ».
Photo Stream is a nice feature of iCloud that pushes all of your pictures automatically to your other iOS devices and your Mac with iPhoto or Aperture. If you haven’t used it before, this means if you take a picture on your iPhone, it will automatically show up in the Photo Stream on your iPad, and also in iPhoto on your Mac. Oddly, there isn’t an option to choose a destination other than iPhoto or Aperture in Mac OS X though, but this cool trick allows you to specify a folder and then download all the images from iCloud to your Mac, without using iPhoto or Aperture.
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If you like to keep your dock automatically hidden for more screen real estate on your Mac, it might bug you that it takes a good half second for it to show up when you mouse over it. This simple terminal command will eliminate that delay, so it shows up instantly. This secret setting coincides with the "Automatically Hide and Show the Dock" preference in System Preferences > Dock, and it only works in OS X Lion.
This post is the answer to the first question that any new Mac user will ask: which apps are the best? The next time someone asks you this question, don’t think twice, just send them here. We’ve spent hours and hours browsing the web, combing the Mac App Store and wandering through our own archives for the absolute best Mac apps around and we’ve found a whopping one hundred of them that we think you’ll love. Whether you’re looking for a screenshot utility, a todo list or even a great game to play, we’ve got you covered. We’re not merely offering a mindless list of links either, we took the time to tell you what each app does and why we love it so you can make an informed decision. Happy downloading!
If you are running on mac, you can find a lot of apps all over the web. There are many Mac apps for photography available for download now but finding the good ones is not easy. You have to sort them from the rest which are not good based on your requirements. Thus, we come up with a list of amazing mac apps that you can use to enhance your digital images. This is to narrow down the list from which you choose the best apps you need for your photography. For those who are looking for nice mac apps without spending a buck, you can get the free items here.
When Mac OS X 10.7 Lion introduced full disk encryption, called FileVault 2 , it was a huge improvement over the original FileVault, which only encrypts a user's home folder. And because of the "creative" way FileVault was implemented, there were numerous incompatibilities, gotchas, and caveats to its use. FileVault 2 on the other hand, encrypts individual disk blocks so the encryption is invisible to the file system and really doesn't get in the way of normal use. Adding to this is another new feature in Lion: the recovery partition and the network recovery system introduced in last year's hardware . In almost all cases, these new features will work together without trouble. Still, there are a few things you should know, especially if you use encrypted Time Machine backups and if you can't depend on fast Internet connectivity to be available should your boot drive fail.
OS X Lion has now been around long enough for us all to dig in and really find some interesting functionality that is either completely hidden or just enough below the service that many users don’t even know it exists. We’ve spent hours combing through Lion for secrets and put out a call on Twitter for your favorites. This post brings over forty such hidden tricks and tips for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy! Finder Tricks
OS X: Porthole streams audio from you Mac to your AirPlay device—or, more specifically for now, your AirPort (with Apple TV support on the way). With AirPlay, Apple's turned streaming audio from one device to another into child's play, which is great for folks with devices capable of acting as AirPlay destinations (which include the AirPort Express and Apple TV). Unfortunately, OS X currently only allows AirPlay streaming between iTunes and AirPlay speakers (unless you feel like some more serious tweaking ). Porthole adds an item to your menu bar that transfers your system audio to an AirPort Express with one click. It's a piece of cake.
W hen working with Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X, I always forget which bash config file to edit when I want to set my PATH and other environmental variables for my shell. Should you edit .bash_profile or .bashrc in your home directory? You can put configurations in either file, and you can create either if it doesn’t exist. But why two different files?
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One of the little-known time-saving features of Mac OS X is services—hidden, single-feature commands that you can access from a special Services menu, or, sometimes, from a contextual menu. These features are generally provided by applications—built-in OS X applications or third-party programs—and let you quickly preform actions that usually require launching additional programs and taking many steps. Here are answers to frequently asked questions about how to find, use, and manage services.
GPSPhotoLinker (freeware): Geotagging on the Mac since 2004. Download GPSPhotoLinker 1.6.7 Mac OS X 10.6 & 10.7 View release notes for the latest changes. Mac OS X 10.4 users need to download GPSPhotoLinker 1.5.3 Mac OS X 10.5 users need to download GPSPhotoLinker 1.6.4 Our pro version, Photolinker , adds a metadata editor, interactive geotagging on a map, and a GPS track browser.
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