Lost with #MountainLion, now finally back! Switch your display settings easily – just a click in your #osx menu bar. Not sure why #apple took it away from us and an independent developer has to bring it back.
Holen Sie sich „Display Menu“ im Mac App Store. Sehen Sie sich Screenshots, Bewertungen und Kundenrezensionen dazu an.
The missing link for old-school apps running on #mountainlion #osx #growl
Email Hiss is an OSX app that forwards notifications from Growl …
Hiss is an OSX app that forwards notifications from Growl enabled apps to Notification Center in Mountain Lion. V0.1 Photos Download Now. Note: Hiss is currently in beta. We welcome any issues, commen…
I finally found an answer to a question that arose with OS X Lion: How to place Dictionary definitions higher up on Spotlight results?
I was quite used to quickly open #Spotlight via cmd-space and type in a word I needed a definition or translation for. Before #Lion those definitions showed up at the top of Spotlight’s results list and I could reach them with a single cursor down to reveal the details. Sadly #Apple decided to place those definitions at the bottom of Spotlight’s results, having users go through the whole list to finally reach the definition. They also decided users must not have the ability the revert to the old behavior by re-ordering Spotlight’s results in control panel – which would have been easy.
All this effectively rendered #Dictionary useless on Lion and it still kept being useless on #MountainLion . The referenced article from StackExchange finally presents the solution to this problem. It’s easy and just gives back the power to decide by himself where to place dictionary definitions to the user.
How to place Dictionary definitions higher up in spotlight results
I used to use spotlight fairly frequently to quickly look up words in a dictionary. With Lion, I’ve noticed that my dictionary results have dropped down much lower in the list of results: I’d like to…