Learn how to get text substitution working in many OS X applications, and how to create multi-line substitutions.
Learn about how to use Quick Look with Exposé, and how to use Exposé with the Command-Tab application switcher
Get more power out of the AirPort, Battery, Sync, and Sound menu bar icons in Snow Leopard -- all with a simple key press.
Want to learn how to create a simple Service in OS X 10.6? Rob Griffiths provides a step-by-step tutorial. The example service will extract text from PDF files, and save it in new text files. As a bonus, there's an included video version of the tutorial.
Learn how to see an audio playback controller -- identical to the controller available with embedded movies -- in Keynote presentations.
Several applications and utilities have been moved or gone missing in Mac OS X 10.6. Rob Griffiths explains where everything is now.
Combine two useful OS X features -- smart folders and burn folders -- to create smart burn folders that are always ready to burn.
Rob Griffiths looks at how well Snow Leopard addresses his list of OS X gripes—and finds a couple of new ones.
Services have been in OS X since the earliest days, but not many users take advantage of their power. That all changes with Snow Leopard, which rethinks Services. The result is a greatly-improved feature that everyone can use.
Learn how to see all of the various graphics included with the OS X Dashboard Weather widget.
Want to see super huge results of your calculations in Calculator? Here's how...
Sometimes, you want to copy and paste tables as graphics--rather than live, editable tables--from Numbers into Pages. Here's how.
Tired of the way Safari presents RSS feeds? You can customize it by creating your own CSS style sheet.
Use a keyboard shortcut to navigate to enclosing folders after you've done a search in the Finder.
Use Pages to create interesting margins and lines that flow through your text, creating interesting looking layouts.