ChronoSync Secret Menubar Shortcut
For a quick way to run a ChronoSync document without opening it, use the ChronoSync menu in the menubar. Select "Show ChronoSync menu in menubar" in ChronoSync's General Preferences window to activate the menu bar menu. Once activated, you'll see the ChronoSync circling arrows icon in the menu bar, at the top right of your screen.
You can open any scheduled ChronoSync document directly from the menu bar. If you hold down the Option key while selecting a ChronoSync document, the synchronization will run immediately without the ChronoSync document opening.
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Other articles in the series Apple's October 2008 Laptop Announcements
- Redesigned 15-inch MacBook Pro Unleashed (14 Oct 08)
- New 24-inch Cinema Display Goes LED, Gets Hydra Cable (14 Oct 08)
- New MacBook Air Adds Capacity and Graphics Performance (14 Oct 08)
- Updated MacBook Design Gets Metal and Glass (14 Oct 08)
- Running the 2008 Mac Numbers with Tim Cook (14 Oct 08)
Apple released new MacBook Pro and MacBook models last week, boasting innovative industrial design, much improved graphics capabilities - and a bit of controversy. We cover the releases, including the new 24-inch LED Cinema Display and an updated MacBook Air, as well as the issue of switching to all-glossy screens and omitting FireWire from the MacBook. Adam also looks at the numbers provided at last week's event that indicate broader acceptance of all things Macintosh. In other news, Glenn Fleishman spends some hands-on time with T-Mobile's Google-backed G1 phone, Adam notes how Apple's latest "Get a Mac" ads take direct aim at Microsoft's advertising, and we cover the releases of Microsoft Office 2008 12.1.3 and Office 2004 11.5.2, along with the availability of Adobe Creative Suite 4. In the TidBITS Watchlist, we spy Apple's Migration and DVD/CD Sharing Update, Typinator 3.2, Mac HelpMate 2.6, Undercover 2.5, OpenOffice 3.0, Flash Player 10, Live Interior 3D 2.0, and Bento 2.0.
Microsoft continues to release updates to Office 2008 and 2004, this time blocking a notable security hole, improving stability within Leopard, and addressing a number of bugs.Show full article
Following its announcement late last month, the CS4 revision of Adobe's suite of creative tools is now shipping.Show full article
Apple's "Get a Mac" ad campaign has taken direct aim at Microsoft, finally causing the industry giant to strike back with a $300 million ad campaign. Now Apple is returning fire.Show full article
In which we announce the winners of copies of PDFpen in last week's DealBITS drawing.Show full article
The T-Mobile G1 with Google isn't as impressive today as it will likely be in several months. The first Android-based smartphone release shows potential because its lack of constraints, but it's not all there yet.Show full article
Apple revamps the 15-inch MacBook Pro with a fresh look, improved graphics, glass trackpad, magnetic latch, and more, although you won't find FireWire 400 or a matte screen option.Show full article
The long-awaited redesigned MacBook arrives with a metal enclosure, faster graphics, and a backlit LED screen. It can also drive larger monitors than ever before, but on the downside, it lacks FireWire.Show full article
The new MacBook Air gets a taste of some of the new technologies brought to the other MacBook models.Show full article
Apple's new 24-inch Cinema Display offers LED backlighting, an iSight camera, microphone, speakers, and, most notably, a cable with three connectors that provide USB, audio/video, and power connectivity to the new models in the MacBook family. Show full article
Apple loves to share positive numbers at the beginning of keynotes, and the special event to introduce new laptops was no exception. Read on to see just how high Apple's market share has risen, how many visitors the Apple Stores are receiving each day, how many Macs have been sold so far in 2008, and much more.Show full article
Apple's removal of FireWire from the redesigned MacBook and elimination of the matte screen option generates a firestorm of complaints from Mac users. We don't like it, but we'll probably have to lump it.Show full article
Notable software releases so far this week include Apple's Migration and DVD/CD Sharing Update, Typinator 3.2, Mac HelpMate 2.6, Undercover 2.5, OpenOffice 3.0, Flash Player 10, Live Interior 3D 2.0, and Bento 2.0.Show full article
Readers this week discuss specific recent articles, including Adam's experience filing bug reports with two companies, the steps we take to keep the TidBITS servers running following a crash, Rich Mogull's fascinating look at how mobile phones work, and changes in the new MacBook and MacBook Pro models. Also, the migration from Eudora continues, with advice for moving to Windows email clients; setting up a blog in iWeb; and dealing with Apple repairs in the company's retail stores.Show full article