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Month: November 2007

Keychain forgets saved passwords … or not?

Yesterday I was really shocked. After reactivating my MacBook from stand-by mode I wanted to burn a DVD with exported pictures. I copied all files into the burning folder and started the process. From now on the whole system was curiously pretty slow. I never had this before. No idea if the burning process was responsible for that. But anyway, let us talk about the real problem… I opened Adium to check if a friend is online. But instead of getting my contact list a password dialog was shown. Damn,Continue readingKeychain forgets saved passwords … or not?

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.3 released

Last Friday Adobe released the third update of its Lightroom software. It’s free again for all registered users. Downloads are available for Mac OS X and Windows. With Lightroom 1.3 a bunch of known bugs were fixed. Photoshopservices gives a good overview about most of them. There is also a brand new Export dialog available. Under the hood it will offer a fantastic new feature. From now on developers can create export plug-ins which could export images directly to Flickr, Picasa, FTP hosts, or whatever you want. There is aContinue readingAdobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.3 released

No shortcut to open contextual menus on OS X?

I’m really surprised! After years of experience with different Windows and Linux versions it’s getting normal for me to open contextual menus with Shift+F10 or the special context key if a mouse is not available. But yesterday while doing some work on bug 403602 I noticed that there is nothing for OS X? What about handicapped people who aren’t able to use a mouse or even use a screen reader? How do they access the context menu? I asked several people who are still working on OS X for aContinue readingNo shortcut to open contextual menus on OS X?

Mozilla starts Community Survey Program

What do you think about Mozilla? Are you satisfied with it’s communication efforts to the worldwide community? Or do you have suggestions how to improve the collaboration? Mozilla is interested in and wants to see your position. To collect as much feedback as possible from users and the communities, Mozilla launched the Community Survey Program with the first survey today. It’s still available in 10 languages and further surveys will be put online from time to time. Please take a few moments to answer few questions and help Mozilla toContinue readingMozilla starts Community Survey Program

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