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Bob Bobbio

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  1. Do you happen to know where I can get that domo-kun Finder icon? Thanks a bunch!
  2. In Leopard, under Finder > Preferences >Show these items on the desktop, be sure that the CD's DVD's and iPods option is checked as well as maybe external disks. Hope this helps.
  3. I'm pretty sure it's the same as Tiger. In the system preferences under accounts then login items just drag the mounted windows share into the list of items.. If it's not on your desktop when you mount it (which it isn't by default) it's Finder Menu > Preferences > Show these items on the desktop , connected servers. Hope this helps.
  4. here's the css scrollbarbutton[sbattr="scrollbar-up-top"]{ display: none !important; } scrollbarbutton[sbattr="scrollbar-up-bottom"]{ display: -moz-box !important; } you can apply this with the stylish extension.. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2108
  5. I think you can use sheepshaver to do this http://gwenole.beauchesne.info/projects/sheepshaver/ Although it might not run OS 9... I think only OS 8. Not entirely sure
  6. I think all of those filters are part of core image (part of OS X) and can be applied to video too, If I remember right I think there is an example application on apple's developer website that lets you do this sort of thing. If not it should be fairly easy to create so I would think that this could be achieved some way or another. hope this helps
  7. I know one way... I can't do it for you, but I know that if you can download the youtube video then convert it to .avi you can import it into Image Ready and save it as a animated GIF. Hope this helps.
  8. It's great to see the site up again! It's quite a cool site!
  9. Yes, that was it, widescreen works well now, the only thing I noticed that was not working was that RK Launcher and Object Bar don't show up on the cube. Great work!! Thanks for this.
  10. Yes this is quite awesome thenk you, by the way in case you're interested the windows didn't work with the cube for me, they just floated above the cube as it spun. (Oh and I suppose you havn't added widescreen support, but it if you did, it didn't work) Thanks a bunch for this app! The spinning desktop is always one of those really cool beryl things that I wish I could do in my Windows XP machine.
  11. It should work, have you tried restarting the app after you made the change, and also make sure the change is still there in the file, because sometimes apps resist you changing there info.plist file and you might have to do it more then once for it to stick. One last thing make sure it is after <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd"> <plist version="1.0"> <dict> and before </dict> </plist>
  12. This is quite easy to do, and you can do it to any cocoa app on OS X. Just right click on the app and click "show bundle contents" Then edit the file info.plist to add LSUIElement And the app's icon won't show up in the dock anymore or alt-tab
  13. In Interface Builder I think the closest you can come to this is an NSTableView with two columns, left one is image cells and the right text. Most apps that do this use a custom NSTableView subclass I do believe. If you want to see an example of one, check out http://gdisk.sourceforge.net/ the download window in this app is pretty close to what you're asking for. Hope this helps you!
  14. Try making sure that the work folder for the applications is set to the folder with the Skins folder.
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