Following on the heels of our
last video, which profiled cool features in
Leopard, we’re back with another visual tour of Mac OS X 10.5. This time, I take a look at some of the lesser-known features in Leopard.
We begin our tour in Photo Booth, OS X’s built-in snapshot application, before moving on to Font Book and creating PDF guides to the fonts installed on your Mac.
Time Machine certainly isn’t a lesser-known feature, but how it works with iPhoto might be. At any rate, I tackle that in the video, too.
Macworld Video #21
In the Photo Booth section of the video, I mention this
Mac 911 blog entry, which discusses how Leopard’s background masking can be hit or miss.
You can read about the changes to Font Book in
OS X 10.5 preview. That same feature also takes
a closer look at Time Machine.
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