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Editing iCal Events in Snow Leopard

Snow Leopard makes looking at event details in iCal easier. In the Leopard version of iCal, you had to double-click an event to reveal only some information in a pop-up box; you then needed to click the Edit button (or press Command-E) to edit an item's information. In Snow Leopard, choose Edit > Show Inspector (or press Command-Option-I) to bring up a floating inspector that provides an editable view of any items selected in your calendar.

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BBEdit 9.6 Released; Still Doesn’t Suck

An upgrade to the powerful and venerable editor from Bare Bones Software includes HTML5 syntax support, directory-specific settings, and access to Automator workflows on the Scripts menu, among a plethora of enhancements and fixes.Show full article

“Take Control of MobileMe” Guides You through Apple’s Cloud

Joe Kissell’s revised ebook about MobileMe explores the nooks and crannies of Apple’s cloud-based service, guides you through the latest MobileMe changes, and explains what they mean to you.Show full article

DealBITS Drawing: Win a Copy of PDFpenPro 5

Smile’s PDFpen is a great tool for editing and tweaking PDFs. But its big brother, PDFpenPro, goes even further, enabling you to create PDFs from a Web site and make PDF forms. Enter to win a copy—along with our “Take Control of PDFpen 5” ebook—in this week’s DealBITS drawing!Show full article

Escape from Outlook 2011!

Our hero is trapped in Outlook 2011 with no Export command! Can he blast his way to freedom with only the few tools he has at hand? (Hint: Yes.)Show full article

The New MobileMe Calendar: Should You Upgrade?

The new CalDAV-savvy MobileMe calendar is now available to all users, but whether you should upgrade or not is another matter.Show full article

Firesheep Security Tool Highlights Perils of Open Networks

A new Firefox plug-in allows anyone to hijack webmail, social networking, and other accounts accessed from the same network. Here’s why it’s a problem, how to protect yourself, and why our service providers need to fix this immediately.Show full article

Pushing Pixels with Photoshop Elements 9

When you think of editing photos, you probably think of Photoshop, Adobe’s professional image editing behemoth. But the new Photoshop Elements 9 offers most of the features that are important to digital photographers, for just $99. Jeff Carlson reviews Photoshop Elements and highlights what’s new in version 9.Show full article

TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 1 November 2010

Notable software releases this week include iPhoto ’11 9.0.1, Camino 2.0.5, Postbox 2.0.2, and Things 1.4.3.Show full article

ExtraBITS for 1 November 2010

Two quick links for you this week: one to news of Amazon’s plans to add lending of Kindle titles and another to Jeff Carlson’s iMovie review at Macworld.Show full article

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