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Was struggling to find inspiration this week, my motto is if in doubt think about pixar. I was quite pleased with the outcome this might become a series to capture all of the pixar movies, who knows I guess it depends on how long it takes me to find something to get my teeth into. Read more …
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As a huge fan of Pixar I thought I would share one of my Incredibles illustrations. Read more …
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After working through Chris Spooner’s tutorial on vexel style design I was particularly please with the eyes in my drawing and wanted to share it for feedback.
Apple has changed the requirements of OSX’s internal file protocol (AFP) to version 3.3. Any external drive that wishes to take advantage of the Time Machine software must comply with this new requirement. WD’s internal software (on some NAS devices) does not yet meet this requirement, and as such, Time Machine on OSX 10.7.x (Lion) will not be able to establish a connection.
This week I am going to cover the following tips,
If you should loose your entry point in your Storyboard or simply wish to change the entry point you can specify this in Interface Builder. To set a new entry point you must first decide which ViewController will act as the new entry point and in the Attribute Inspector select the Initial Scene checkbox.
In an earlier post I covered how to remove the cancel button that appears in an ABPeoplePickerNavigationController. Today I ran up against another problem with the AddressBook view controllers.
This weeks tips include,
New in iOS5 you no longer a need to unlock your phone and launch messages to read your SMS messages, instead you can quickly read them by simply dragging the icon to the left of the preview text. Below is an illustration of this.
New in iOS5 you can get quick access to the camera by double tapping the home button then tap the camera icon and you are ready. This should help you capture those magic moments. You will also notice from the screenshot below this gives you quick access to your music controls.
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