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Triple-Click to Select Entire Lines

Everyone knows about double-clicking to select words, but did you know that you can, in most applications, triple-click to select an entire line or paragraph?

 

 

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Apple's Call for Unity

Apple's Call for Unity -- Apple has finally released the long-awaited retail version of System 7.5.3. This version can install a universal system that will boot anything from a Mac Plus onwardsShow full article

BBEdit 4.0.1 Update

BBEdit 4.0.1 Update -- Bare Bones Software released an update to BBEdit 4.0.1, which includes improved HTML tools, the ability to edit and store text files on an FTP server directly, and (notably!) multiple undosShow full article

Plain Talk on the Internet

Interested in interfacing with the Web using sound? Two browser plug-ins, ListenUp and Talker, enable you to do just that. I've used both plug-ins without crashes in both Netscape Navigator 2 and Internet Explorer 2 on my Power Macintosh 7100Show full article

Presenting the Internet

I've been giving a number of talks recently at conferences like the Adobe Internet Solutions Conference, and I thought I'd share some of the tricks and techniques that I've worked up for Internet presentations. While I was a student at Cornell, my part time job involved managing a seminar room with a projectorShow full article

Fishing For Chips: Part 2

In TidBITS-334, we looked at the PowerPC processor family and some of the terms and technologies associated with it. If you read the article, your probably know the difference between 68K and PowerPC chips, why clock speed and clock multipliers are important, the difference between Level 1 and Level 2 caches, and the differences among different PowerPC chipsShow full article

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