Rob GriffithsSenior Contributor, Macworld

Former Macworld Senior Editor Rob Griffiths founded Mac OS X Hints. He's now master of ceremonies at Many Tricks Software.

ITunes 9.0.1 Update Restores 'Maximize' Button Behavior

Nearly two weeks after taking the wraps off iTunes 9, Apple has an update for its music jukebox application.

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Yet Another Way to Move App Windows to Spaces

Spaces, which lets you create "virtual desktops" to separate your applications, is something I've learned to love on my laptop--I don't really need it as much on...

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See Hidden Files in Snow Leopard's Open and Save Dialogs

Many of OS X's files and folders are hidden when working with the system--most of the Unix-only folders, such as /usr, /etc, and /bin, for instance. If you want...

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Six Snow Leopard Tips

In this week's video, I delve into six Leopard tips that you may (some have been covered here in blog entries) or may not be familiar with. Why six? Consider it...

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Keyboard Navigation of Snow Leopard's Stacks

If you like using Stacks in Grid view mode in OS X, and you prefer using your keyboard to your mouse, Snow Leopard adds some new keyboard-based navigation...

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Collect Windows in Spaces in Snow Leopard

If you're a Spaces user, you may have known about the semi-secret "collect all windows in one Space" trick (see our Leopard tips article) in OS X 10.5--just...

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Camtasia for Mac

Techsmith's Camtasia for Mac is a new entry in the field of screen recording and editing tools available for OS X, but Techsmith isn't new to the field of screen...

See More Fields in Finder Spotlight Search Results

As detailed in my articleon Snow Leopard's old and new annoyances, my main complaint is that I can't add the Size column to my Finder Spotlight search results...

How to Use Text Substitution in Snow Leopard

One of the potentially more useful new features in Snow Leopard is the ability to create (nearly) system-wide text replacements. If you open the Text tab of the...

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Use New Exposé Features in Snow Leopard

In Mac OS X 10.5, you could combine the use of Exposé's Application Windows mode and the Command-Tab application switcher by first activating Exposé and then...

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Reveal Hidden Menu Bar Icon Functions in Snow Leopard

In Mac OS X 10.5, the AirPort icon in the menu bar had a trick up its sleeve--hold down Option when clicking the icon, and you'd see more information about the...

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How to Create a Service in Snow Leopard

As I discussed in my look at Services in Snow Leopard, I think this revamped feature is one of the hidden gems in Mac OS X 10.6. While being able to control what...

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Control Audio Playback in Keynote Presentations

If you place an audio file onto a slide in Keynote, it will appear as a 53x53 pixel version of the OS X menu bar's Sound icon. Assuming you don't change the...

Snow Leopard: What's Gone Where

When you first take a look around OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), you might think Apple has done away with some of OS X 10.5's applications and utilities. What, for...

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Create Smart Burn Folders

While you may know you can create burn folders (File -> New Burn Folder) to ease burning DVDs and CDs, and you may know you can create smart folders (File -> New...

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