Monday, June 30, 2014

Delete2Archive for OS X 10.9.4

Apple

Earlier today, Apple released OS X 10.9.4, the fourth update to Mavericks. As was done for prior versions of the operating system, I’ve released a new version of Delete2Archive that is compatible with the latest update. Follow the installation instructions … Continue reading →

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Delete2Archive for OS X 10.9.3

Apple

Earlier today, Apple released OS X 10.9.3, the third major update to Mavericks. As was done for prior versions of the operating system, I’ve released a new version of Delete2Archive that is compatible with the latest update. Follow the installation … Continue reading →

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Delete2Archive for OS X 10.9.2

Apple

Earlier today, Apple released OS X 10.9.2, the second major update to Mavericks. As was done for prior versions of Mavericks, I’ve released a new version of Delete2Archive that is compatible with the latest update (OS X 10.9.2). Follow the … Continue reading →

Sunday, February 16, 2014

‘THX tune-up’ App for iOS   

iOS

THX tune-up features custom video test patterns, carefully selected photos and tutorials to help you adjust and confirm the best picture settings on your display based on your room lighting. I recently used this free app to calibrate my television. … Continue reading →

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Apple Mail Plugins and Tools   

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A great list of resources that extend Apple Mail. Two of my favourites were TruePreview and DockStar, although unfortunately neither appear to be compatible with the latest version of OS X. On the plus side, the listing now includes a … Continue reading →

Friday, December 20, 2013

Delete2Archive for All Languages

Apple

Prior to today, the Delete2Archive plugin for Apple Mail only worked when a user’s OS X language was set to English. Thanks to a feature request and some helpful suggestions from Whitney, I’m happy to announce that Delete2Archive should now … Continue reading →

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Always use expanded Save dialogs in OS X   

Apple

Rob Griffiths, writing for Macworld: But the last thing I do with a new application is always the same: I select File: Save, even though I have no intention of saving whatever it was I had created. Why, you might … Continue reading →