After a little wait, many third-party screensavers are now compatible with Snow Leopard. But there are glitches. Ted Landau has details.
LaunchBar is an application (plus much more) par excellence. But a new feature in LaunchBar 5 has caused a headache for bug-finder Ted Landau.
The Mac OS X 10.6.2 update fixes several bugs that Ted Landau looked at in previous columns. Here's a rundown of what the updated OS addresses.
A pair of irritating symptoms have made Ted Landau's experience with Apple's latest mouse less than magical.
After upgrading to Snow Leopard, have you noticed that words continue to be flagged as potentially incorrect even after you've clicked the Ignore button in the Spelling Checker? Ted Landau gets to the root of the problem.
After upgrading to Snow Leopard, Ted Landau was surprised to find 16 duplicate font warnings. And it took some effort to resolve the matter.
Sometimes, solving a cookie-related problem requires more than just deleting cookies from Safari, as Ted Landau details in this week's Bugs & Fixes column.
Snow Leopard has been out for more than a month, but Ted Landau keeps stumbling across compatibility problems. The latest? It involves trying to view a PDF document, accessed as a Web link in Safari.
Did the spacing between characters of certain fonts in some of your documents change after you upgraded to Snow Leopard? If so, you're not alone.
There's more you can do with your iPhone's carrier settings than just download and install the latest update. Ted Landau shows you how to custom reinstall, directly view and even modify your carrier settings -- and explains why you would want to.
The notes syncing feature introduced in the iPhone 3.0 update could create duplicate copies of Notes in the inbox listings for each of your mail accounts. Ted Landau has a fix.
Late last week, Apple released the 10.6.1 update to Snow Leopard. Ted Landau looks at some of the fixes in that update as well as some other outstanding Snow Leopard issues.
Apple rolled out a new version of iTunes this week, and with it have come a pair of problems -- one related to Safari and the other involving the new Genius Mixes feature.
After upgrading to Snow Leopard, Ted Landau's trusty old HP LaserJet 4000N no longer responded to Print requests from his Mac. Here's how he tackled the problem. Plus: a bonus look at the low ink level warning in OS X 10.6.
Ted Landau explores the art of fixing permissions in Leopard, and finds out that Snow Leopard appears to have dramatically improved the process.