Archive for the Tutorial Category

Adobe Photoshop Tutorials – Best Of

Posted in Design, Tutorial on January 11, 2008 by v1ruz

An overview of professional step-by-step tutorials which can enrich your design skills and improve the quality of your works.

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Mac OS X Leopard: 200+ Productivity Booster Keyboard Shortcuts

Posted in Apple, Tutorial on November 22, 2007 by v1ruz

Title says it all.

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Terminal Codes for Leopard Tweaking

Posted in Apple, Tutorial on November 19, 2007 by v1ruz

Beautify your Leopard with single liner terminal codes.

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TUAW Tutorial: Custom Stack Drawer icons

Posted in Apple, Tutorial on November 18, 2007 by v1ruz

Many folks commented on those gorgeous drawer icons to your Stacks. As great as the originals are, however, a lot of you also wanted to know how to customize them. Fortunately, the original author was kind enough to make the blank drawer PNG available, so in this little tutorial I’ll show you how to make your own custom version using only Previewread more | digg story

Photoshop Text Effects: 51 Text Effect Tutorials Every Designer Should See

Posted in Design, Tutorial on September 7, 2007 by v1ruz

Text and the way it looks is a major part of any design. A great design can be cheapened if the text on the page looks wrong. Any logo is almost entirely text. From water to fire, these 51 tutorials will show you how to create any style of text you want.

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Top Ten Mac OS X Tips for Unix Geeks – Oldie but a Goodie

Posted in Apple, Tutorial on May 11, 2007 by v1ruz

These tips will show you the differences between Mac OS X and other flavors of Unix; help you find the bits that resemble the Unix you are used to; and even feather your nest with XFree86 and ports of popular open source applications.

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Ubuntu Unleashed (Free eBook)

Posted in Linux/Unix, Tutorial on May 11, 2007 by v1ruz

Incorporating an advanced approach to presenting information about Ubuntu, Ubuntu Unleashed aims to provide the best and latest information that intermediate to advanced Linux users need to know about installation, configuration, system administration, server operations, and security.

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