I take a lot of screenshots on my Mac. This typically results in my desktop being cluttered with files I don’t really need to be there once I’m done with them. That’s why I decided to change the location where my Mac screenshots are stored. My desktop is now clean and I still have quick […]
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Screenshots of what appears to be the spec sheet of a next-generation 13-inch MacBook Air were allegedly posted on the Chinese forum site Feng.com today, claiming to reveal new info about Apple’s new notebook lineup. The MacBook Air hasn’t received… Read more ›
It seems like a strange thing, but people who write about iOS apps on the web are often ashamed of their status bars. When they post screenshots of an app, they feel embarrassed by the fact that they don’t have… Read more ›
Telltale Games has released the first in-game screenshots of its upcoming Borderlands spinoff, Tales from the Borderlands, and do they ever look pretty! A mash-up of first-person shooter and adventure game, Cult of Mac last shared details onÂ Tales from the… Read more ›
Do you ever grab screenshots of websites on your iPhone, then struggle to transfer them to you Mac for further editing, or for â€“ say â€“ putting them into a blog post? Now you can do the exact same…
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If you liked my how-to on rolling your own ImageMagick-based OS X Services using shell scripts, youâ€™re going to love OptiPNG. Itâ€™s another command line utility that can be used to shrink PNGs without losing any quality. You can do this in one of two ways: the command-line way, which involves typing every time you […]
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Screenshots are the life blood of this tips column, and I’m willing to bet a lot of you use the feature, built right in to your Mac, to capture images of stuff on your screen to share with friends, family, co-workers, and so on. It’s super simple to use; just hit Command-Shift-3 to take a […]
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