Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server: Several useful hints at

Posted by Pierre Igot in: Macintosh
September 21st, 2004 • 10:48 am

The web site Mac OS X Hints is always a good read, but Rob has a particularly good crop of hints these days, at least as far as I am concerned:

Good stuff!

3 Responses to “Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server: Several useful hints at”

  1. ssp says:

    Luckily I hardly use Carbon apps anymore but it’s interesting to see those Copy-Paste problems pinned down to the Decomposition problem.

    Have you tried UnicodeChecker’s utility window with its Normalisation tool? Perhaps that can do the necessary conversion for you. The Unicode/Convert do Normalization Form C(omposed) and Unicode/Convert to Nomalization Form D(ecomposed) services may also do the trick.

    Let me know how/whether this works as it’s always good to see formerly unknown uses for our program.

  2. Pierre Igot says:

    Yup, it works! Pretty cool… I might just have to post a separate blog entry about this :).


  3. ssp says:

    Very cool. It’s the first real-world non-geek usage of the feature I know of.

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