When you change your alarm time in Fantastical for Mac (as well as Fantastical for iPhone), a truly fantastic replacement for Apple’s calendar app, it sweats the details between whether an alarm is ’1 hour’ or ’2 hours’ before an event. You can get Fantastical in the Mac App Store and App Store
When you scroll down a page in Safari using the spacebar, the cursor disappears from sight so you have an unobstructed view of the content. [Editor's Note: This works in Chrome as well (I don't have Firefox) and Reeder, but not other apps such as Mail.] Thanks Ryan Blair!
If you add a Quick Event to Calendar (formerly iCal) in Mountain Lion with the right name, Calendar will automatically assign it a time. For example, a “lunch” event gets 12pm, “breakfast” gets 9am, and “dinner” gets 8pm. To be clear: Calendar’s Quick Event tool is the plus button on the left of the window […]
If you open VoodooPad‘s feedback window (Help > Report Bugs or Feature Requests) and misspell its name as “VooDooPad,” “Voodoo Pad,” or Voodoopad” in there, your spelling will be fixed once you actually submit the form.
+10 points for a sense of humor when it comes to selling trial users on buying a license. Kudos to Alex Gordon and Jean Nicolas, the developers behind Chocolat, a new Cocoa-friendly text editor for Mac. via Jake Marsh
Reeder for Mac, a Google Reader client (get it here while it’s still in beta), can display its unread count as a typical red icon badge, or it can integrate the number into the Dock icon. Go to Reeder > Preferences > General to adjust this setting. This icon-integrated count only seems to work if […]