Apple announced this morning that the new version of OS X (Leopard) will be released on October 26th at 6:00pm.
I installed the ColdFusion 8 developer edition a few weeks ago on my MacBook Pro.
For you Mac gurus out there, this is going to sound like child’s play. I finally took the time to figure out today how to change an icon for a particular folder (applications and files work the same way) to something other than the default. I have a folder named ‘Projects’ under my Documents folder that houses the code for all the sites that I’m working on at any given time. I had added that Projects folder to my Finder sidebar but, as expected, it was displayed with just the standard folder icon. I found a custom one today on one of the many free icon sites out there and decided I wasn’t getting up until I figured out how to make the Projects folder use that icon.
Luckily for me, there was a
I’ve been in Newton, MA (just outside Boston) all this week taking a couple of Flex 2 classes at the Adobe offices here.
I have been thinking about setting up my Macbook Pro with a Bootcamp partition ever since VMWare Fusion Beta 3 announced that you could use your Windows XP (or Vista) partition as a virtual machine.