Show Hidden Files in Open/Save Dialogs in Snow Leopard
In Snow Leopard, if you want to show otherwise hidden files in Open and Save dialog file lists, just press Command-Shift-period. Pressing it again hides the files.
Other articles in the series Unicode & Mac OS X
Adam has Mac OS X utilities on the brain, and this week's installment in his overview of utilities for Mac OS X lists out some of the most essential tools for serious Mac users. Matt Neuburg returns with the second part of his in-depth look at Unicode, focusing on how you can use it in Mac OS X. In the news, we cover the latest Mac OS X security update from Apple, the release of DVD Studio Pro 1.5, and how to get free exhibit passes to Macworld Expo NY.
April Mac OS X Security Update -- Apple last week released the Security Update April 2002 through Software Update and the Apple software downloads siteShow full article
DVD Studio Pro 1.5 Supports Mac OS X -- Apple today announced the release of DVD Studio Pro 1.5, a new version of the company's professional DVD authoring tool that adds Mac OS X compatibilityShow full article
Free Macworld Expo NY 2002 Exhibit Passes -- If you're thinking about attending Macworld Expo in New York City from 17-Jul-02 through 19-Jul-02, you can register now through April 23rd to get a free exhibit hall pass (supposedly a $35 value)Show full article
In the first installment of this series on Mac OS X utilities, I looked at utilities that restored capabilities inherent to Mac OS 9 that we had all been accustomed to over the yearsShow full article
In the first part of this article, I introduced you to Unicode, a grand unification scheme whereby every character in every writing system would be represented by a unique value, up to a potential one million distinct characters and symbolsShow full article