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Leopard is for a newbie like me nice. A bit too much eyecandy for my likings but it works well and most of the stuff is rather logical. Spaces -Apples way of having virtual desktop something that is standard in X for ages- is a fast way of keeping your desktops organized. I have a desktop with iTunes (and other multimedia), a desktop for Work and a desktop for my browser(s), which ought to be in "Work" :-)
Changing an application from one window to anther can be done by going to spaces (or by pressing F8) and then drag the application from one desktop to another. Fortunately, it can be dome more intuitive and faster. Drag an application to the edge until your mouse is at the edge. Now "push" the application a bit more towards an edge and you will end up at that desktop. Handy and fast.
Ooh, I like my new iMac. And the new slick keyboard. Yet I started typing more mistakes then is normal with my .. typing skills. And here is why:
Take a look the USA keyboard. Nice. Now look at the Dutch page. Nice keyboard as well? Called the Euro keyboard. And that is what I expected to get when I ordered my Mac. But nooooo... I choose the "Dutch" keyboard expecting a handy place for the Euro sign or so. There are no pictures of the Dutch Apple keyboard online and for a good reason! See this ugly layout why.
I have an extra key between the left shift and the Z, no "home" key but a "upper left strange arrow key". And lost of others bad keys I don't use and don't want.
So unless you /really/ know what you are doing, DO NOT order the Dutch keyboard with your iMac!
So what should I do? Can I exchange my keyboard for a normal one? Buy a new (wireless) keyboard?
Als je voor1 Oktober 2007 een Mac hebt gekocht kan je in aanmerking komen voor een goedkope update naar het vandaag gereleased Leopard Max OSX als op vele plaatsen eerder aangekondigd. De link naar de Amerikaanse "uptodate" pagina is eenvoudig te vinden; http://www.apple.com/macosx/uptodate/. Ik had echter wat moeite de Nederlandse te vinden, hoewel eenvoudig qua URL: http://www.apple.com/nl/macosx/uptodate/.
Voor minder dan een tientje meer van het beste.
Everybody who bought a Mac before I did is just a stupid Mac fanboy, I'm just in for the functionality.
Via the Twit network I found out about a great serie of Podcasts over at Magnatune. They are free (as in beer), DRM free, advertisement free and well categorized. Sure worth listening to it on your iPod.
Talking about iPods, yesterday I bought the new fat Nano, my second iPod and .. my first Mac; an iMac! I ordered them online and hope to have them in a week or so. In even more unrelated news, Apple is worth more then IBM! (well, maybe not, but still)