Mac games that support gamepads, and how they're configured. New!
Add your experiences, tips & tricks, and feedback by adding comments at the bottom of the page. Note that valuable information entered here may eventually be integrated into the site’s content to make it easier for others to find. Thanks! Not all games support gamepad controllers; even fewer Mac games currently support gamepad controllers. Don’t worry, though, many of the good ones do. Games that Support Gamepads Bioshock 2 Supports the xBox controller at the very least. Bioshock (1) Supports xBox controller only.I haven’t verified this lately, but I think Bioshock may not load if launched with two controllers plugged in. Batman: Arkham Asylum Supports Rumblepad 2 type gamepad controllers perfectly. Psychonauts Supports Rumblepad 2 style gamepads only; the xBox gamepad’s analog sticks aren’t picked up correctly.
Mini Ninjas Supports Logitech Rumblepad 2 style controllers only.Supports xBox gamepad. Trine (partial support) Trine 2 Lego Star Wars Saga Tomb Raider Underworld BombSquad. Share Files between Mac OS X & Windows 7 computers. Map a network drive on a Mac - OS X Daily. If you frequently access a file server from a Mac it’s pretty helpful to map the network drive to your desktop.
There’s two ways to do this, one method is just mapped for one time use and will reset after a reboot, and another method is a more permanent route that allows the mapped network drive to always appear and mount on your desktop after system reboots and user logins. Map a network drive to Mac OS X This method maps a network drive that will disappear if the network connection drops or if you reboot your Mac: From the Mac OS X Finder, hit Command+K to bring up the ‘Connect to Server’ windowEnter the path to the network drive you want to map, ie: and click ‘Connect’Enter your login/password and click “OK” to mount the network driveThe drive will now appear on your desktop and in the Finder window sidebar Map a network drive to Mac OS X that re-mounts after system reboot Your network drive will now be mapped and automatically remounted when you reboot your Mac.
Top 25 OS X Terminal commands. Terminal (in Applications/ Utilities) gives you direct access to the UNIX system that underpins OS X.
By typing specific commands into your Terminal window, you can make changes, open settings or access features that aren't available by any other means. After typing one of the commands offered in this tutorial, press Return to activate it, and anything offered in quotes is typed without the quote marks themselves. Commands split over two or more lines here should be typed in their entirety – you don't press Return halfway through. And bear in mind that some commands are case-sensitive, so be true to what's here. One final word of warning: all the tips in this article have been thoroughly tested, but experimenting with the Terminal is not a task to be undertaken lightly. 01. i… Robot Your Mac can talk to you. Just open the Terminal application (found in Applications > Utilities), enter: say MacFormat …And the Terminal robot utters the name of MacFormat magazine. 02. 03. 04. 05.