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Using Those Application Icon Images … Anywhere!

9 years ago in Articles, How do I?, Tutorials by Brent | 16 Comments

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Have you ever wanted to use an Mac Application Icon in a presentation or a design (as long as it’s not conflicting with some crazy copyright law)? We’ve all done the screen snaps and hack jobs. Some have even been able to navigate through the huge App package file folder and find the icon files. Others hack away at the icon in some image editor and get stuck settling for a near-close representation. I was fortunate enough today to stumble upon a nifty trick that saves me quite a bit of time and effort so I thought I’d share my new found wisdom with the rest of the planet. Here’s a quick and easy way to get those icons in whatever size there is available.

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Making an iPhone/iPod Touch Webclips Favicon

10 years ago in Tutorials by Brent | 9 Comments

Here’s a pretty easy one. The newest release of the iPhone firmware brings us all sorts of fun and necessary updates. We can now create webclip icons on our home page from inside Safari. If you’re a design geek like me, a crappy snapshot of a website screen isn’t on my list of things I […]

OS X: Connecting to Bluetooth Devices Automatically

10 years ago in Troubleshooting, Tutorials by Brent | 7 Comments

Disclaimer: There may be a better way to do this, but this is how I worked it out. One of my recent frustrations with my MacBook is that I either have to leave my Wireless Mighty Mouse on all the time and just keep pumping batteries in there all the time or save my batteries […]

Setting Up An Airport Network

10 years ago in How do I?, Tutorials by Brent | 13 Comments

UPDATE: Post pictures were lost in a crash, but the large flickr pics are still available. Just click on the broken pic link to see the large version. Sorry for the inconvenience. – Brent I don’t know about you, but I have had my Airport Extreme and Express for a while now and never really […]

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