Mac users (web designers and developers in particular) listen up, here’s an option to preview your web project with Internet Explorer within Mac OS itself without 3rd party OS applications like Parallels, VMWare, Bootcamp, etc. ies4osx is a Mac OS application that, upon installed allows you to open IE in … Continue reading »
I’m not sure if you’ve experienced this before but when Cely asked me to take a look at her computer, I’m totally surprised. The LCD’s color basically went haywire, or rather inverted. Black color becomes red, white becomes cyan, etc. On an intial search in Google attemmpting to find the … Continue reading »
iPhone by default supports chinese characters viewing but not the input. Here’s a plugin that allows you to input as chinese in iPhone – good news for those who wants to send short text messages in chinese characters. Developed by Gary and IczFirz, this plugin allows both Chinese Traditional input … Continue reading »
Changing your Mac OS X Leopard’s scrollbar has never been easier, it involves the changing of Extras.rsrc file (PPC Mac) / Extras2.rsrc (Mac Intel). Applefish-fr of MacThemes came out with a new scrollbar design that changes your current default scrollbar to look like the deem grayish iTunes scrollbar.
If you are starting to get bored with your default Leopard dock, here’s something for a change. Leoparddocks.com offers free download of more than 40 different dock designs (and counting) that you can easily install and get your default dock replaced. Replacing old dock with new Here’s how the dock … Continue reading »
Many Leopard users are not fans of the translucent menubar on the top. The semi-transparency effects were irritating, complained many in forums. Thanks to OpaqueMenuBar, now you can solid-fy it. All you need to do is just download OpaqueMenuBar, install and your Leopard menubar will be changed to a solid … Continue reading »