Articles posted on May 17th, 2005

Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger): No more application-specific Scripts menus in Mail and Safari

Tuesday, May 17th, 2005 • 5:58 am

In Mac OS X 10.4, for reasons that they have not disclosed, but that might have to do with trying to avoid the confusion generated by multiple Scripts menu, Apple decided to do away with the application-specific Scripts menu in Mail and Safari. This doesn’t mean that you can no longer have application-specific scripts that […]

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Adobe Photoshop: What to do when double-clicking on files in the Finder doesn’t open them in Photoshop

Tuesday, May 17th, 2005 • 1:04 am

My colleague had this problem for a very long time… She has tons of Photoshop files, but when she double-clicked on them in the Finder, they would not open in Photoshop CS. The only way that she could open them was to go to Photoshop CS first and then use the “Open…” command in the […]

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Safari: Doesn’t strip extraneous return char before line of text when pasting in single-line text entry field

Tuesday, May 17th, 2005 • 12:26 am

On Saturday, I noted that, in its most recent incarnation, Safari was smart enough to strip the extraneous return character at the end of a line when pasting such a line in a single-line text entry field in a Web form. Unfortunately, Safari is not that smart when the Clipboard contains a line of text […]

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Preview 3.0: Remembers which page in PDF file was viewed last

Tuesday, May 17th, 2005 • 12:21 am

When you view a multiple-page PDF file in Preview 3.0 (in Tiger), if you are reading, say, page 4 of the PDF file, and then close the PDF file and re-open it, or even quit Preview, relaunch Preview, and re-open the PDF file, it opens on page 4. In other words, Preview 3.0 remember which […]

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