Another OSX screenshot setting that many people may want to change is the file format that screenshot saves images in. The default file format for screenshots in OSX is PNG however I personally prefer GIF’s to PNG’s so below is information on how to modify the default PNG file format for screenshots to GIF.
One thing that can be helpful in OSX if you take a ton of screenshots like I do is to modify the default save location. While this is easy to do it does need to be done from a terminal window but likely it will save you lots of time. Use the information below to modify the default save location for screenshots in OSX.
I am fairly new to using a MAC OSX laptop as a daily driver and the one I am setup with is running the latest and greatest Lion. One thing that annoyed me when I first started using this laptop was the fact that scrollbars did not always display so I would have to resize the window to scroll in some scenarios. Use the directions below to enable scrollbars to display at all times on OSX Lion.
The below article is the first in a series of articles to help get you more familiar with the BigIP BigPipe commands used to manage an LTM VE or Local Traffic Manager Virtual Edition installed in VMWare Player as noted in this article. After following the steps in this article you will have created two VLAN’s (Virtual Local Area Networks) and added an IP address to each VLAN which will be the foundation of the series of articles that will help you setup and configure your LTM VE to do basic load balancing followed by other articles that build on that foundation. The future articles will become more in depth by first taking you through basic troubleshooting steps using and overtime using more advanced techniques for troubleshooting issues on a BigIP Local Traffic Manager.
I have looked in the past but never found a good tool for testing multiple browsers in both OSX and Windows however today I came across an Adobe product called BrowserLab that works great. The Adobe BrowserLab service is an online one that doesn’t cost any money and when I initially used it I only had to verify my email address and then I was off to the races testing websites in multiple browsers. Below I describe the accuracy of BrowserLab, the browsers you can test, and how easy it is to use.