Playing around with my Keynote, I realized that when choosing our theme for presentation, there are several images attached to the theme. Out of curiosity, I try to seek for those images.
As expected, I discovered those hidden images, unindexed by Spotlight (with dimension of the image remains uncalculated) right inside my Keynote package contents.
And surprisingly enough, there are more than 30 gorgeous images spotted inside; Some of those can even be used as Desktop wallpapers. Seriously, this is my best finding up to now.
Those hidden images are located inside: Macintosh HD ▸ Applications ▸ iWork'08 ▸ Keynote ▸ Contents ▸ Resources ▸ Themes ▸ Shared. You need to take note that in order to access the contents of Keynote, you need to Control-Click on the Keynote icon and choose Show Package Contents.
For you who don't have Keynote installed, here are several hidden images that can be used as your desktop wallpapers.
So, today, 24 July, is the day when the ring comes to Bilbo. How could I know this?
I saw that from calendar of Lord of the Ring. This calendar has been stored inside my Mac. You can also find the calendar here: Macintosh HD ▸ usr ▸ share ▸ calendar. You can use this command line to see the calendar:
When the first time you bought my Mac, I know you will be really amazed with those Dashboard Widgets, especially the weather widget. In my early days owning a Mac, I even gazed at my Widgets for thirty minutes every half an hour.
Let's make things more interesting, do you know the widget that display weather report of certain region? You can select which region you want to display the weather report, but there is one region that I bet you can't find: Nowhere!
Most of us like to watch YouTube, right? (Hope so). And it's surprisingly simple and easy to download those YouTube videos. Do you want to know? Follow next three steps.
9 funny things of your Leopard icons.
Here are two special secret features of Quicksilver that you should know.
QuickSilver sure rules, Spotlight sure rocks, but this interesting tricks cannot be underestimated when faced up with abundant of files inside a folder. It's Searching plus Quick Jump trick, this trick can be done in three easy steps.
After get used to it, this trick will become very useful. Also, this searching trick can be used to find top down option in most of web browsers (except IE), for example searching for country.
It's wonderful, yet amazingly hard to be spotted (I use this everyday but doesn't realize it).