The ‘Mac OS X Leopard’ Archives
Posted October 16, 2007 by

Leopard: Spring Loaded Dock

In OS X 10.5, if you drag an file over an application icon and hit the space bar, the app will open for you. This makes drag-and-drop super easy. Here are a few screenshots to show how easy it is to use Leopard’s Spring Loaded Dock.

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Posted October 16, 2007 by

Leopard: Web Clip with Safari to Create Automatic Dashboard Widgets

With the new version of Safari in Leopard, you can turn at section of a web page into a dashboard widget. Using this new feature in OS X 10.5, I will show you how to make a digg dashboard widget in 15 seconds.

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Posted October 12, 2007 by

Leopard: Time Machine Setup

Backup is now super easy in Mac OS X 10.5. Using an external hard drive, networked hard drive, or a separate partition, you can easily do serial backups of your data. These steps will walk you through the setup of Leopard’s Time Machine.

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Posted October 10, 2007 by

Leopard Stacks: View Dock Folder as Grid or Fan

OS X 10.5 allows the user to view folders placed in the dock in two very beautiful and helpful ways — Fan or Grid. Apple refers to this new feature as Stacks. Here is how to use this new aspect of Leopard.

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