Articles posted on May 3rd, 2005

Champions’ League semi-final, leg 2: Liverpool 1 – Chelsea 0

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2005 • 11:55 pm

The funny thing about these Champions’ League games is that, even when the quality of the game is really poor, it is still compelling to watch, simply because of the dramatic tension. This return leg was a prime example. There was hope that we would get at least a half of decent football, like we […]

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Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger): Using raw Spotlight queries to fine-tune file searches

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2005 • 7:41 am

If you start using Spotlight seriously in Tiger (and you should), then you might soon find that the functionality available through the regular Tiger interface is too limited to meet your needs. For example, you can easily create a smart folder in the Finder that shows all files of type “Microsoft Word document” that were […]

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Mac OS X’s Mail: Don’t modify a file after attaching it to an e-mail message

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2005 • 6:52 am

I have just realized something about Mac OS X’s Mail that I wasn’t fully aware of and that has probably caused me to send the wrong version of a number of attachments over the years to my correspondents. I used to be a Eudora user. In Eudora, when you composed a new e-mail message and […]

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