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.

Access Old-style Dock Contextual Menus in Snow Leopard

One of Snow Leopard's new features is Dock Exposé--clicking and holding on an icon in the Dock will enter Exposé's Application mode for that application...

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Enable Visual Tab Switcher in Firefox 3.6 Beta

While Firefox 3.5.5 is the current official release of Mozilla's browser, the developer is already hard at work on its successor, Firefox 3.6. As of today, you...

First Look: Chrome for Mac

Just when you thought there were already too many OS X browsers--Safari, Firefox, OmniWeb, Camino, iCab, and Opera, to name but a few--one more enters the fray:...

Force Mail in 10.6 to Only Copy E-mail Addresses

One of the subtle changes in Mail in OS X 10.6 is the way the Copy Address contextual menu works. In previous versions of Mail, when you Control-clicked on an...

Start a New Mail Message From Any Application

Does your Mac usage involve sending lots of e-mail messages? So much so that you'd love to be able to send an e-mail from any application, regardless of whether...

PDFpen 4.5

If you work much with PDF files, you may find that Preview isn't quite powerful enough for your needs. While Preview, especially in 10.6, includes many...

Move BBEdit's Documents Drawer to the Other Side

I've begun using BBEdit as my primary text editor, as Smultron is no longer being updated, and isn't quite working right for me in Snow Leopard.

Release a Minimized Window Using Application Switcher

There are a few ways to release a minimized window from the Dock. You can click on the minimized window in the Dock, of course, or you can Control-click on the...

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