Dashboard 배경화면 바꾸는 방법 (OS X Lion)

Creativity | 2011.07.28 07:22 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

맥 OS X Lion은 전 버전인 Snowleopard에서 250여 가지의 많은 진화와 발전을 통해서 탄생한 OS X의 최신 버전입니다. 이러한 업그레이드 사항들 중에 Dashboard에도 많은 변화가 있었습니다. 첫번째는 Dashboard 자체가 하나의 Space로 되어 있는 것이고, 레고 (Lego) 모양의 백그라운드로 바뀐 것입니다. 또 이런 Dashborad 배경화면은 간단한 파일 변환 및 교체 만으로 자신만의 개성 있는 Dashboard 배경화면으로 바꿀 수가 있습니다. 오늘은 이런 Dashboard 배경화면 바꾸는 방법에 대해서 이야기하고자 합니다.

기존 Dashboard 배경화면은 레고 모양으로 아래와 같이 되어 있습니다. 이것을 Eagle이 있는 배경화면으로 바꿔보도록 하겠습니다.
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Step 1. Dashboard 배경화면으로 바꾸고자 하는 이미지 파일을 찾아서 PNG 파일로 변환한 후 파일명을 'pirelli.png'로 변환한다. (Preview에서 내보내기로 변환 가능)
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Step 2. Finder에서 'Go To Finder' (Command+Shift+G) 기능을 실행한 후 아래의 경로를 입력한다.
/System/Library/CoreServices/Dock.app/Contents/Resources/

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Step 3. Resources 폴더에서 기존의 원본 'pirelli.png'의 이름을 'pirelli_backup.png'으로 변환한다. (추후에 원상복할 경우를 대비함)

Step 4. 바탕화면에 있는 'pirelli.png' 파일을 Resources 폴더에 붙여넣기 한다. (비밀번호 입력이 필요할 수 있음)
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Step 5. 복사가 완료된 것을 확인한 후 터미널을 열고 'killall Dock' 명령어를 입력하여 Dock을 리셋해 줍니다. 리셋한 후에 Dashboard를 가 보면 배경화면이 바뀌어 있는 것을 확인하실 수 있습니다.
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Dashboard 배경화면 변경 후 다시 원상복구를 할 경우에는 해당 폴더로 가셔서 변경한 파일명 'pirellibackup.png' 다시 원본 파일명 'pirelli.png'으로 바꿔주시면 됩니다. 또한 미션 컨트롤 (Mission Control)에서 보이는 Dashboard 배경화면 이미지를 변경하기 위해서는 해당 폴더 (/System/Library/CoreServices/Dock.app/Contents/Resources/)에서 'minipirelli.png' 파일을 찾아서 대치해 주시면 됩니다.

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New Wallpapers from Mac OSX Lion DP 3

Creativity | 2011.05.14 12:49 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Mac OS X Lion Dev Preview 3 was just released to developers and along with it came a new bunch of beautiful high-res wallpapers at 3200×2000 resolution.


Download all new wallpapers for Mac OS X Lion DP3

Here’s a few to see, but you’ll need to use the above download link to get them:

You can also get the past Fuji Mountain wallpapers (1) (2) and the Space wallpaper which seems to no longer exist in Lion. While you’re at it, check out my recent 15 awesome high-res wallpaper post, there’s some nice ones in there too.

Source: osxdaily.com

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Mac OS X Lion to be distributed via Mac App Store

Creativity | 2011.05.05 05:02 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

The upcoming release of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion will be distributed primarily as a download through the Mac App Store. This information comes from AppleInsider, who says the following:

 

The Mac App Store… will become the de facto method for obtaining the Lion upgrade, people familiar with the matter have revealed. Users will be able to upgrade instantly without the need for physical media by purchasing Lion through the Mac App Store.

 

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Distribution of Lion through the Mac App Store for all users is not too surprising considering it’s the primary method for developers to download and install the Developer Preview releases. This is not to say that a corresponding DVD installer will not be released alongside the digital distribution. Last month, a placeholder for a Lion installation DVD showed up on German Amazon, and there continues to be a possibility that Lion will also appear on USB installer keys for MacBook Air and Mac Mini Server users.

 

Mac OS X Lion is expected to make a significant appearance at WWDC 2011 in early June.

Source: osxdaily.com

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How to uninstall applications easily and quickly in Mac OS X Lion

Creativity | 2011.05.03 11:57 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Uninstalling apps from Mac OS X is set to get even easier in Lion, thanks to usability cues taken from iOS. Using Launchpad, you’ll be able to just click and hold on an icon to cause the familiar icon jiggle and “X” to appear, click the X and the app will delete.

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One quirk though, as MacRumors notes, is that this only works on apps installed through the Mac App Store. Other third party apps currently can’t be deleted through LaunchPad, which creates a strange user experience inconsistency, but this may change by the time Lion is released to the public this summer.

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Mac OS X Lion DP3 released

Creativity | 2011.04.30 10:52 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Mac OS X Lion may be just around the corner. Today (4/29, Fri), Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview 3 has been released.

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There are not many features changed to DP3, but something about item (icon) sliding function has been changed.

DP2 (11A430e) -> DP3 (11A444d)

Animated tabs -> Normal tabs like the ones in SnowLeopard

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The third developer preview release of Mac OS X Lion reverts an experimental change in how tabbed panes are drawn and animated, dropping a iOS-like slider animation to present the active tab as simply a depressed button.
Apple is retaining Lion's toned down new version of its Aqua design language, which strips much of the bright blue highlighting and bubbly interface controls such as buttons and window navigation arrows, the omission of which tend to make Mac OS X look more cohesively related to iOS.

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However, Lion's new sliding pane tabs, which originally appeared to make the control function like a physically raised button that slid into place on a click (as depicted below) have been revised in Lion DP3 to work, but not look, more like the existing controls in Snow Leopard.

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The overall look of the new tab controls when they appear in nestled panes is portrayed below, comparing the Speech pane in Snow Leopard with the revised appearance of Lion DP3. The graphics also depict the loss of colored highlighting throughout the interface, and flatter, round radio button controls as opposed to the "candy drop" bubbles introduced by Aqua.

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Referenced from www.appleinsider.com

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Mac OS X Lion installation methods

Creativity | 2011.04.27 00:48 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Mostly DVD-ROM installation, possibly USB installation or Mac App Store installation.

The DVD may not be dead yet after all. It looks like Mac OS X 10.7 Lion may be offered on traditional DVD installation disks in addition to the more modern and fancy App Store download distribution and USB installer keys.

The possible leak comes from a German Amazon page (via CultOfMac) for the upcoming release of Mac OS X Lion, where mediatype is clearly specified as DVD-ROM (screenshot below):

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It’s entirely possible that this placeholder is inaccurate or even a mistake, but Amazon does have a history of accidentally leaking release dates and software upgrades on their various worldwide online stores.

I should also point out that the idea of a USB key installation method is speculation based on the new MacBook Air Mac OS X install drive, and the distribution from the App Store is also speculated based upon the digital delivery of the Mac OS X Lion Developer Previews through the Mac App Store. It’s entirely possible that neither of these installation methods will appear and that we will only see a DVD installer, but with the MacBook Air and Mac Mini Server’s lacking DVD drives, those devices must be served with some form of installation method for Lion.

We’re almost certain to find out what exact installation methods we’ll get for Lion at WWDC 2011, which is just a few months away.

Source: osxdaily.com

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How to make your Windows7 look like Mac OS X 10.7 Lion

Creativity | 2011.04.21 02:17 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Mac OS X Lion 테마를 윈도우7에서 맛볼 수 있는 테마 팩이 있어서 소개하고자 합니다.

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일단 먼저 받으시고 설치하면 됩니다. 다운로드는 2가지로 링크를 걸어놨습니다. 원본 링크와 하나는 제가 만든 링크입니다.

원본 링크: http://hameddanger.deviantart.com/#/d3bg7fq

링크 2: http://ge.tt/4rmwJPM

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<전체화면>

스크린 샷을 보시면 아시겠지만 거의 똑같습니다. 윈도우7에서 맥 라이언 분위기를 제대로 느낄 수 있습니다.

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<시작 메뉴>

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<탐색기>

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<Dock>

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<바탕화면 보기>

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<제어판>

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Mac OS X 10.7 Lion DP2 update (11A430e) released (1GB)

Creativity | 2011.04.17 22:12 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

An update to Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview 2 has been pushed out via Software Update. The download comes in at around 1GB and changes aren’t specific other than being “recommended for all users running Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview 2.”

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What about Developer Preview 3? Alongside the DP2 update, an accompanying XCode 4.1 update includes a reference to “support Mac OS X Lion preview 3,” suggesting that Lion Developer Preview 3 may be released in the near future. XCode 4.1 preview 3 is a required update if you plan on building any software in Lion DP2.

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I updated it from DP2 11A319 to DP2 11A430e.

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Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview 2 was released to developers on March 30, I found the update to be less stable and more resource hungry than Developer Preview 1, so I haven’t used it much. I’m hoping this update resolves some of the memory leaks that appeared in Developer Preview 2, although not all machines seem to be affected.

As always, backup your Mac before installing system updates. This is especially important when using a beta OS, which is also why I’ll continue recommending the dual boot method if you plan on trying out the Lion preview releases.

Lion Developer Preview 2 Update 1 Package – Direct Downloads

Here are direct download links from Apple for Dev Preview 2 Update 1 Package installers. These do NOT contain the full installation of Lion, only the update package released today. If you’re not a developer with Dev Preview 2 already installed, these won’t be of any use:
Lion Client DP2 Update 1

Lion Server DP2 Update 1

Lion Server Essentials DP2 Update 1

Lion Server Admin Tools DP2 Update 1

Source: osxdaily.com

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How to use the reverse scrolling of Mac OS X Lion in Snow Leopart

Creativity | 2011.04.15 00:13 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Reverse scrolling is one of those features that came along in Mac OS X 10.7 Lion that surprised a lot of people, on a computer it doesn’t feel quite as normal as it does on a touchscreen iPad or iPhone, but once you get used to it, it’s good.

 

If you dual boot between 10.7 and 10.6 and you’re used to the Lion inverse scrolling, or you just prefer the way the iPad and iPhone scroll through documents and webpages, this app is what you’re looking for.

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You can get Scroll Reverser free from the developer.

Click here to download Scroll Reverser 1.2

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This app made the rounds a little while ago and I didn’t see a lot of use for it, but the more I use Lion the more I come back to Snow Leopard and find the scrolling differences strange to get used to. With this app, no more problems.

 

If you’re confused here let me explain: Mac OS X 10.7 Lion defaults to the way iOS scrolls through documents, this is the opposite behavior to Mac OS X 10.6 and before. If you hate the idea, don’t worry. Scrolling isn’t permanently inverted and the behavior can be changed through the Trackpad/Mouse System Preferences.

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Mac OS X Lion Preview Highlights

Creativity | 2011.04.05 04:50 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Apple has recently announced the next update to the OS X operating system— OS X lion. The ideas for this update come from Apples features on iPad. Even without knowing that these ideas were geared around iPad features, it is quite apparent just looking at the layout of the new features that they are iPad inspired.

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The first thing to talk about is the update to the track pad gestures. All of the new features are integrated with the new gestures; instead of the gestures being in application based. They now seem to be working through out the OS seamlessly. These new gestures for those who learn them and use them will really speed up their navigation. One example is swipe to navigate. This allows you, for example, to swipe two fingers and move between tabs in Safari. Another example is very iPad-like. Tap to zoom works just like iPad, tap and it will zoom custom to the content on the screen where you clicked.

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The first new feature for Lion Os is Launch Pad. It is a utility that makes your desktop work just like the iPad home screens. You can navigate through them page by page ordering them by how often you use them. You can put your applications into folders just like the folders on the iPad, and iPhone. When you click a folder, the little black bar containing the applications in that folder is exactly the same as the open folder for iPad. The new gesture for Launchpad is a five finger pinch. You can then scroll from page to page by two fingers swiping horizontally.

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The next big feature is Mission Control. Mission Control is basically an update to spaces and expose integrated into one feature when used with full screen viewing(discussed later). The gesture to bring up expose is a three finger drag up. Mission Control shows you as Apple describes it as “a birds eye view” of what is happening on your computer. All of the open applications come up, and you see all of the individual windows grouped together by application. Once you click on one of the application groups those windows come to the center and forward, (the other application window thumbnails shrinking) you then can choose which one of those windows to pick, or click outside of them to go back to all of the open windows.

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The most iPad like feature of all is full screen applications. Basically you can set up your application windows so only one is displayed. To navigate between these full screen apps you simply swipe two fingers horizontally. It is a lot like application switching with multitasking from iPad, with easier navigation. It is basically like swiping between spaces but the spaces are dedicated to a single full screen application. iMail, iCal, iPhoto, and Preview have all become applications that can be used full screen.

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The other features that are included in this update that are not iPad based are equally as useful, and user-friendly. These updates are Resume, Auto Save, and Versions.
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Resume saves everything that you are doing on your computer. If you shutdown, or restart your computer, Resume can bring back up everything that you were doing— everything saved and where you left it on the computer. Auto Save does exactly what the name suggests. You no longer need to manually save a document you are working on. (This feature only works for applications built of OS X Lion.) Also it saves the document in one place, but multiple copies called Versions. When you open a document back up after previously working and closing it, Auto Save will take you to where you were when you closed the document. Versions allow you to see the changes that you have made to a document. You can browse through them just as you do with the current Time Machine feature. They appear in a scrollable stack. There is also a lock feature that allows you to prevent unintended changes to be saved.

Source: http://appletoolbox.com

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