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La production de la Mac Tablet lancée ?

Nous n'avons qu'un seul souhait, que l'on ne se retrouve pas avec un produit aussi fermé que l'iPhone et qu'il soit possible d'y installer des logiciels autrement qu'en passant par l'AppStore !


Official Google Mac Blog: Google Calendar now supports Apple iCal

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The Google Calendar team is proud to announce the public release of our support for the CalDAV protocol. You can now use Apple iCal with your Google Calendar, so you can work even when you're offline, sync almost instantly, respond to invitations from others and see the free/busy data of your friends and coworkers.

DLFP: 3.0 est disponible

La version 3.0 de la suite bureautique vient de sortir. Cette suite bureautique (sous licence LGPL v3) est largement sponsorisée par la firme Sun et propose de nombreux modules pour couvrir tous les besoins. On trouve un traitement de texte, un tableur, un module de présentation, un gestionnaire de base de données, un module de dessin vectoriel, etc. 3.0 est disponible sous plusieurs plates-formes (Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X, Windows) et dans de nombreuses langues. Il est possible d'ajouter facilement des fonctions grâce au mécanisme des extensions similaire à celui utilisé par Firefox.

Recherchez vos documents Google Documents sur votre Mac avec Spotlight

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Vous possédez un Mac et vous utilisez Google Document. Voici une application qui vous permettra de rechercher des documents et signets présents sur votre compte Google en utilisant Spotlight. Cette utilitaire se nomme Precipitate, il a été développé par Stuart Morgan de chez Google.

Official Google Mac Blog: Mac OS X 10.5.3: sync Google Contacts

We're happy to tell you that starting today, it's easier to sync up your contact lists. The Address Book application in Mac OS X 10.5.3 now lets iPhone users sync their Address Book with Google Contacts. To try it, go to the Address Book menu, choose Preferences, and then check Synchronize with Google. It’ll ask for your Google account and password, then automatically update your contacts every time you sync your iPhone.

Fluid - Free Site Specific Browser for Mac OS X Leopard

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Are you a Gmail, Facebook, Campfire or Pandora fanatic? Do you have 20 or more browser tabs open at all times? Are you tired of some random site or Flash ad crashing your browser and causing you to lose your (say) Google Docs data in another tab?

A Mac OS X-style Dock In JavaScript

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Apple’s Mac OS X operating system is renowned for its fluid graphical effects. One impressive feature is the dock’s ‘fish-eye’ effect, whereby icons expand and contract as the mouse moves over them. Achieving this effect in JavaScript is difficult, but the MacStyleDock function allows this feature to be implemented easily. An example is shown below (a larger demonstration is available on a separate page).


PTHPasteboard free Mac multiple pasteboard utility from PTH Consulting

Welcome to PTHPasteboard 4, the best and most mature multiple pasteboard program for OS X. How often have you copied something only to find that you need it a few minutes later but you've already copied another item? PTHPasteboard watches you while you work and keeps a copy of any items that you have copied to your pasteboard.

MacRabbit - CSSEdit - Screenshots

CSSEdit offers unrivaled real-time styling of absolutely any web page. Even when your dynamic Web App is powered by a complex database or makes use of advanced AJAX, you can style and analyze it without the hassle of uploading or refreshing.

unlimacted » Habillez votre blog WordPress comme un Mac

Pour tous ceux qui ont un blog sous WordPress et qui ont envie de le faire switcher dans un style plus “Mac”, NDesign vient de rendre disponible un thème particulièrement réussi : iTheme. J’adore le design, simple et fonctionnel (les modules de la barre latérale peuvent être déplacés/réduits par l’utilisateur d’un simple clic !)


Capture Me Screen Capture Software for Mac OS X

Capture Me is a screen capture utility for Mac OS X which features a floating capture window and resize ability. To use the program, drag and resize the floating window to cover the area you want to capture. Then click in the window to capture the screenshot. You can resize it, copy it to the clipboard, and save it in a variety of formats and locations. Its behavior is customizable with respect to what happens after a capture. What advantage does Capture Me hold over the built in OS X screencapture facility? For some tasks, the answer is simple - there is none - the built in capture is elegant and easy to use. However, there are occasions when it's nice to be able to choose what file format your capture saves in, copy it to the clipboard without holding down four keys at once, or resize it on the fly. It's also common to want to take successive shots of the exact same position on the screen without moving the capture region at all, or make all your captures the same size. These tasks are trivial with Capture Me, but difficult at best with the built in utilities. Another possible use is as a floating capture pad - see the comments in the review section for an example of one user who does this.

An AppleScript to enable Windows keyboards to control a Mac - The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

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omeone by the name of UNIXGEEK posted an AppleScript a while ago at Mac Geekery that changes Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger's keyboard layout to play nicely with a Windows keyboard. To be specific: the Command and Option keys are switched on a Windows keyboard (as the Windows key and Alt, respectively), so this script simply changes the layout on Tiger so your non-Apple keyboard still feels like home (sorry pre-Tiger users, Apple only introduced the ability to tinker with keyboard layouts in 10.4). If you aren't a fan of Apple's stock Pro keyboard or the MacBook/Pro 'boards, this script is for you. However, the script at Mac Geekery has a few errors in it, and Engadget's Ryan Block trudged through the post's discussions to make the proper edits to the script, and posted a fixed copy for everyone's benefit (download it from us, not Ryan. We don't wanna hit him with the TUAW effect).

Desktopia 1.0 » at Cool OSX Apps

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Desktopia is a customization concept for Mac OS X. Thanks to it’s very simple and unobtrusive interface you will be able to configure desktopia to automatically change your desktop picture based on a specified time of the day. For example a beautiful sunrise at 7:00AM or a starry sky at 10:00PM. Just drag & drop the pictures that you have chosen on desktopia’s window, set the time, and voilà!


Observes filesystem changes using the same underlying API as Spotlight. Provides a graphical representation of the file activity. Example use could be to determine what files are changed via software installation, preferences, etc. Requires admin access & will only work on Mac OS X 10.4 "Tiger".

Top iTunes add-ons

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There's no disputing that iTunes boasts an excellent feature set right out of the installation package. However, if you really plan to stretch its powers to the max, you may want to think about downloading a few third-party applications.

Fenêtres volantes

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un économiseur d'écran spectaculaire pour mac os X

Blue Coconut:: Introduction

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copie la musique d'une biblio Itunes à une autre à travers un réseau

MacPlus :: Les depeches :: NeoOffice 1.2.2 de sortie

NeoOffice, la suite d’applications de bureautique pour Mac OS X, vient de lancer sa version 1.2.2. Le suite basée sur OpenOffice inclut un traitement de texte, un tableur, et des applications de dessin et de présentation. NeoOffice est décrit comme disposant de fonctionnalités natives pour Mac, avec une ouverture permettant d’importer, d’éditer et d’échanger des fichiers avec d’autres suites connues, dont Microsoft Office pour le pas le nommer...