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If you want to upload an open file (e.g. in Photoshop or BBEdit) to a remote server via the Fetch FTP client, you can use drag-and drop without switching to the Finder. Just drag the small document icon in the window title bar to a Fetch window. If the icon won't drag, make sure the file is saved.

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Thunderbolt Software Update 1.2 Causes Boot Failures

Do not install Thunderbolt Software Update 1.2, and if your Mac has been rendered unusable by the update, reinstall Mac OS X to recover.Show full article

Watch Joe Kissell and Adam Engst in TidBITS Presents: Adieu MobileMe

If you’re still in need of migrating data and services from MobileMe, tune in to TidBITS Presents: Adieu MobileMe, recorded live on 16 June 2012. Show full article

Sandvox 2.6 Extracts iWeb Site Content

Looking to use the MobileMe transition as an excuse to move away from iWeb as well? Check out Sandvox 2.6, which adds the capability to extract the content from an iWeb site and let you recreate the site with Sandvox’s more-capable tools.Show full article

Mac OS X 10.7.4 Finally Fixes WebDAV (and iDisk)

Just in time for its obsolescence, iDisk gains the speed boost it has always needed, thanks to a WebDAV update in Mac OS X 10.7.4. Show full article

Apple Restores IPv6 Support in AirPort Utility

Apple dropped quite a few features in AirPort Utility 6.0 for Lion, and in the initial release of AirPort Utility for iOS. IPv6 addressing has been restored.Show full article

AirPort Express Becomes Simultaneous Dual-Band Hockey Puck

The hoary AirPort Express base station, left unrefreshed since 2008, was updated quietly during WWDC. It’s now housed in an Apple TV look-alike case, and sports simultaneous dual-band support. It’s still $99 and has become a tiny powerhouse.Show full article

Wrangling PDFs in 2012’s Web Browsers

PDF is the standard for layout-dependent documents on the Web, but the Mac’s three main browser options lack consistency in PDF handling, even after Adobe returns to the ring with Adobe Reader 10.1.3’s PDF plug-in. Show full article

TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 18 June 2012

Notable software releases this week include iMovie ’11 9.0.6, MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) Software Update 1.0, MacBook Air (Mid 2012) Software Update 1.0, MacBook Pro (Retina) Trackpad Update 1.0, Java for OS X Lion 2012-004 and Java for Mac OS X 10.6 Update 9, Aperture 3.3, iPhoto ’11 9.3, and iTunes 10.6.3.Show full article

ExtraBITS for 18 June 2012

There was undoubtedly more happening last week, but between WWDC exhaustion and our TidBITS Presents: Adieu MobileMe event, this piece at Macworld with Tim Cook promising a new professional Mac was all that jumped out at us.Show full article

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