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22.03.2005

MacOrama für den 22. März 2005 [Update]

MacOrama"It was started as a reaction to the sites cataloguing Firefox extensions. Many excellent plugins for Safari have been developed, but because Safari doesn’t have an official ‘extension architecture’, many don’t know of these extensions." Jon Hicks über sein Nebenprojekt Pimp My Safari mit dem sich genau das ändern soll.
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Diverse Mac mini Besitzer beklagten sich über die düstere VGA-Qualität, die aus dem dem Mac mini beigelegten Adapter resultierte, Apple gibt nun Troubleshooting Tipps in der Knowledge Base.
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Update: Apple hat sich das Shuffle-Icon für folgende Bereiche als Warenzeichen eintragen lassen: "Portable and handheld digital electronic devices, and related peripherals and accessories, for recording, organizing, transmitting, manipulating, and reviewing data and audio files; computer software for use in organizing, transmitting, manipulating, and reviewing data and audio files on portable and handheld digital electronic devices." (Danke, Frank!)
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6 Jahre MacGuardians: Herzlichen Glückwunsch! (dafür gibts sogar ein Ausrufezeichen)
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Amit Singh diskutiert weiterhin sein PowerBook-Schüttel-Konzept: "AMS2HID is a prototype application that translates raw AMS orientation data into inpu data from a keyboard or a mouse. It presents the translated data to othe applications through synthesized keyboard and mouse events. Thus, you can use a AMS-equipped PowerBook as an orientation-driven mouse or keyboard. Perhaps the most interesting and entertaining demonstration of AMS2HID's capabilities is its use for playing a variety of existing games."
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Camino ist von mozilla.org weggezogen. "This allows us to have much more up to date content and prettier pictures than I could ever draw. People have been working on this new site for a long time, I hope everyone finds it more useful than what we had before," erklärt Mike Pinkerton.
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Eine Schule in Sydney verbannt den iPod aus ihren Gängen: "The teenagers' gadget of choice, the iPod, has been banned by a Sydney private school because they lead to "social isolation". Mehr bei smh.com.au (kostenl. Reg. erforderl.).
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Auf Angst wird immer gerne zurückgegriffen: ZDNet UK News: "Security vendor Symantec is warning that Apple's OS X operating system is increasingly becoming a target for hackers and malware authors." Umsatzflaute bei Symantecs Macprodukten?
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Update: iPod Entlader Senuti frisch in 0.25 (inzwischen mit 'minor interface fix'): "A few new icons. Fixed a major bug preventing copying in unique situations. Fixed a major bug dealing with adding songs to iTunes. Fixed minor bugs dealing with issues such as playback of songs and protected artwork."

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