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Forums - View Single Post - Installing Snow Leopard (and Rosetta) into Parallels 7 in Lion. Installing Snow Leopard Server into Parallels 8: [This procedure still works for Parallels 9] Which as of the date of this revision of this post is: Build 8.0.18483 (Revision 860857; March 30, 2013).
Step 1: Launch Parallels 8, go to File... New... Enter your system password if requested. Step 2: On the next screen (Parallels Wizard), click on "Install Windows or another OS from DVD or image file" [see image at bottom of this post] and then click on Continue. Step 3: Insert a new, freshly acquired from Apple, Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server Install DVD into your optical drive and be sure that "Install from" has your optical drive's name selected. Step 4: Give the "Name" something more specific. Step 5: Parallels should now commence the process of installing Snow Leopard Server into a file that will be named Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server.pvm and will be located at ~/Documents/Parallels/. Step 6: You will then be presented with the normal "Mac OS X Server" installation screens, such as: A.
B. C. FreeHand MX running under OS X 10.8 (Parallels Desktop 8 / OS X 10.6 Server) / Part 1. Startup Design Framework - Suit Up your Startup! We prepared some HQ photos that you can use in your projects.
When you have to present an app or website on iPhone, iPad or Macbook, these images are available. It’s a quick solution if you don’t have ready-to-use images. Smart LayersPut the image with your App screen inside the Smart Layer and get the photo. High ResolutionPhotos are saved at a size of 2.5K and will work even for large sites. Photos are by Anton Repponen from his world travel. Coleure. Unsplash.
Arabic type. CSS Typography cheat sheet. Small roundup on CSS features that will enhance your web typography.
Today I want to write about a few small typography enhancing features in CSS. Most of them don't seem to be inside the mainstream CSS wisdom floating around (perhaps I am just missing them constantly :(...). So I decided to give them a quick shout out so more of you guys can make use of them. Font-face irritation First I wanted to highlight a small font-face irritation I often see these days. Notice that every font-face addition got the same name, but has different attributes for font-weight & font-style. Bold, strong or italic are now already defined & should just work out of the box, without extra CSS code. Hyphenation Hyphenation is the better word-break. Sadly we still need to prefix them: -webkit-hyphens: auto; -moz-hyphens: auto; hyphens: auto; For definite cross browser support you need to inject this weird code snippet: OpenType Ligatures I love this one.
Adjusting font sizes for fallback fonts.