Archive for August, 2007

Mac OS X Leopard 9A527 Gallery

Posted in Apple on August 30, 2007 by v1ruz

ThinkSecret has posted a gallery of the latest Mac OS X Leopard Build.Build 9A527, distributed last week to developers, represents a substantial improvement over the previous build, 9A499. On the whole, the build performs faster and has far fewer bugs than before.
They write that the new build has …

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FIREFOX GOD: 300+ Tools and Resources For Firefox

Posted in Software on August 30, 2007 by v1ruz

As the second biggest browser out there, and the biggest open source one, Firefox has a tool for just about anything you can dream up. This list collects over 300 of them in one place for you.

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Easter Egg in Leopard

Posted in Apple, Software on August 29, 2007 by v1ruz

The Think Different ad text is written on the new jumbo-sized TextEdit icon

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30+ Firefox Add-ons for Web Developers & Designers

Posted in Design, Software on August 29, 2007 by v1ruz

Firefox has cool add-ons which make the job of website designers and developers much easier. Here is our list of 30+ excellent Firefox add-ons that every web developer and designer should know about.

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Leopard-ize your Tiger

Posted in Apple on August 28, 2007 by v1ruz

As Leopard
’s release comes closer and closer, everyone’s trying to find new ways to emulate the new OS’ features on Tiger. We’ve already seen how to modify your UI to look like Leopard, but what about the actual Leopard features? Using current, pre-existing apps, you can move some of Leopard’s functionality right over to Tiger.

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Ultimate Web Development Cheat Sheets

Posted in Developing on August 27, 2007 by v1ruz

So your sitting there on Saturday morning, sipping on a nice warm cup of coffee or tea, smell the freshness of the morning, and whipping up some html, CSS and trying out some new AJAX programming. Your stuck on something, you wish you had a quick cheat sheet to get you back on track.

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Screw Javascript – Use CSS to create a lightbox effect

Posted in Developing on August 24, 2007 by v1ruz

You may call it Lightbox, or Greybox, or Thickbox, but it’s always the same effect.
When you are on a page, and click on a photo or trig some event, a Lightbox is an effect that fades the pagein the background to show you new content in the foreground.

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