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Compare More Easily in Apple Mail

In Apple Mail, if you need to work back and forth between two different views of Mail's mailbox contents, you can do so quite easily. For example, you might want to look at a mailbox holding all filtered-in sales orders from the past week while also looking at a smart mailbox showing unanswered customer questions.

To avoid constantly clicking between mailbox views and losing your context each time, choose File > New Viewer window to get a second window and then arrange each window as desired.

 
 
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Apple Addresses 10.6.8 Problems

With the Mac OS X 10.6.8 Supplemental Update and version 1.1 of the Mac OS X 10.6.8 Update, Apple has addressed the printing and audio problems that bedeviled Mac OS X 10.6.8.Show full article

BBEdit 10 Improves UI, HTML Markup, and EPUB Editing

Bare Bones has released BBEdit 10.0, a massive upgrade to the powerful text editor, featuring Dropbox-based sharing of application support files, an improved HTML markup interface, a cleaner user interface for dealing with multiple open files, the capability to edit files within Zip archives (including EPUB), and more.Show full article

The Amazing Meeting 2011: Skeptic Podcasts

Continuing his reports from The Amazing Meeting, our roving correspondent Jeff Porten interviews the people behind a pair of popular podcasts: Skeptoid and the Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe.Show full article

TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 1 August 2011

Notable software releases this week include Carbon Copy Cloner 3.4.1, ClamXav 2.2.1, and Transmit 4.1.7.Show full article

ExtraBITS for 1 August 2011

We have four more stories for you this week: news of AT&T limiting data throughput for heavy data users on unlimited plans, problems a few users are having with multiple Mac App Store charges for Lion, the FDA seeking public input on medical app regulations, and a fascinating proposal to heat residences with “data furnaces.”Show full article

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