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Uploading your CSR File

How to create a Distribution certificate: Generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) with a public key In your Applications folder, open the Utilities folder and launch Keychain Access. Choose Keychain Access > Certificate Assistant > Request a Certificate from a Certificate Authority. In the Certificate Information window, enter or select the following information: In the(…)

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MacSupport – Software

MacSupport – Software

Get Mac OS X Support of all Apple Software products right in to your Mac OS X Dashboard. ↓ Download

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MacSupport – Hardware

MacSupport – Hardware

Get Mac OS X Support of all Apple Hardware products right in to your Mac OS X Dashboard. ↓ Download

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MacSupport – Tips

MacSupport – Tips

Get Mac OS X Support, Tips, Tricks, Tutorials, Guides & How To’s right in to your Mac OS X Dashboard. ↓ Download

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Mac Tips and Tricks

Mac Tips and Tricks

Get all Mac OS X Tips, Tricks, Tutorials, Hacks, Support, Downloads, Updates…right in to your Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Lion, Snow Leopard, Leopard or Tiger Dashboard ! Learn How To using Finder, Preview, iChat, iCal, Mail, Safari, Address Book, Expose, Dock, Dashboard, Spotlight, Keyboard Shortcuts…or Customizing Your Mac !↓ Download

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About This Mac window

About This Mac window

You can use the About This Mac window to find your computer’s serial number when started up from Mac OS X. Follow these steps: Choose About This Mac from the Apple Menu. Double-click the version text, for example “Version 10.11”. Your computer’s serial number now appears where the version text had been. Note: Some earlier(…)

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LionTips

LionTips

Get Mac OS X 10.8 and 10.7 Tips, Tricks, Tutorials, Guides & How To’s right in to your Mac OS X Dashboard. ↓ Download

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Kludget Engine

Kludget Engine

If you are a fan of Mac OS Dashboard widgets and want to use them on your Windows or Linux Desktop, you must try Kludget. Kludget Engine is a free utility for Windows and Linux which allows users to use Apple Mac OS Dashboard widgets on their Desktop. It brings best features from Yahoo’s Widget(…)

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Menubar Videotips

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Enable a Hidden Disc Eject Menu

Enable a Hidden Disc Eject Menu

If you use a lot of DVD’s or CD’s on a regular basis, you may find some use enabling a hidden disk eject menu item. Once enabled, you’ll have a Finder pull down menu that lists discs, and selecting a disk from the menu ejects it: Hit Command+Shift+G to bring up the Go To Folder(…)

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Rearrange the Status Items

Rearrange the Status Items

You can easily rearrange the status items in your Mac OS X Menu bar, simply hold Command and drag the icons to the desired location within the menubar. You can move just about anything, except for Spotlight and some third party apps, which will stay stubbornly in place. This is a good alternative to just(…)

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Remove Icons from the Menu Bar

Remove Icons from the Menu Bar

If your Mac menu bar is starting to resemble an icon farm, remember that you can remove items from the menu bar by holding down the Command key and dragging items out of the menu. The icon will disappear into a puff of dust, the same way an icon from the Dock or sidebar disappear.(…)

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Change Audio Settings

Change Audio Settings

Ever need to quickly change audio input or output settings on your Mac, but don’t want to hop into the System Preferences, find the Sound preference pane, then click around the tabs? Maybe you’re in the middle of a super important presentation and just need the sound to work for that amazing video you’re sharing?(…)

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Make Your Menubar Like iOS

Make Your Menubar Like iOS

We’re taking this whole “Mac as iOS device” thing a bit far, perhaps, but it sure is fun. We found that we can make our Mac look a lot like our iPad screen with a little bit of Terminal command magic, a third party app, and some Finder tweaks. First up, if you followed along(…)

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Clean Up Your Menu Bar

Clean Up Your Menu Bar

Is your menubar getting just a little, well, crufty? With more and more apps taking advantage of this handy place to put notification and mini-app icons for extra functionality, it seems like the menu bar is like that bar down the street where they’ll let just anyone in. Today’s tip should help clean up the(…)

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Mac 101

Mac 101

How To use your Mac? Learn more about Mac OS X Finder, Preview, iChat, iCal, Mail, Safari, Address Book, Expose, Dock, Dashboard, Spotlight, Customizing, Keyboard Shortcuts…↓ Download

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Get OS X Tips, News and Help !

Get OS X Tips, News and Help !

Get Daily OS X News, Opinions, Reviews, Tips, Help, Forums… Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8

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Apple Support Tips

Apple Support Tips

To search Apple Support, type in a few descriptive words in the search field and press Return (Enter) on your keyboard for a list of relevant results. By default, the search engine will look for matches using any combination of the words in or words related to your search query, not necessarily all the words(…)

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OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

Get all Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion Support, Downloads, Updates, Tips, Tricks, Hacks, Help, Apps, Widgets…right from your Dashboard. ↓ Download

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Objective-C with Xcode

Creating a projectTo create a Hello World application with Objective-C, first open Xcode (if you don’t have it, you must install the Developer Tools included with Mac OS X). Choose File > New Project… and choose “Cocoa Application” (in the Application section) as the project type. Choose an appropriate project name and location and click(…)

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UIImagePickerController

Let’s dive into the hardware of the iPhone and iPad, both of which now have a camera. UIImagePickerController The default use of a camera in iOS applications is the UIImagePickerController. You can take pictures from the Photo Library, Saved Photos, or Camera itself. There are certain steps you need to take when you want to(…)

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Web Services XML or JSON

Most web services are exposed via RESTful interfaces such as XML or JSON. XMLXML looks like this. Basically it starts off with the version number, and then a dictionary or array within. This dictionary or array can contain even more dictionaries and arrays or any other objects. The next thing we have to do is(…)

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NSUserDefaults

There are a few ways we can persist data on the iPhone. The first one is to store data securely. We can make use of the Keychain framework that Apple has provided.NSUserDefaults is another way of storing data, but for non-sensitive info such as user settings which do not need to be encrypted. NSUserDefaults will(…)

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Dashcode Tips

Dashcode Tips

Get Dashcode Developer Tips, News and Sample Codes right in to your Mac OS X Dashboard.↓ Download

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WebKit Projects

There are many exciting projects that we are actively working on in the WebKit source tree. To find out more about each project you can visit that project’s home page. If you are interested in starting a new project in the WebKit tree, contact WebKit.org! General Projects Web Site CompatibilityThe most important project that we(…)

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