Mac OS X Archive

How to Disable Macbook Trackpad

You can disable your Macbook’s internal trackpad while you have a mouse or trackpad connected. Why Disable Macbook Trackpad? Your Macbook’s trackpad may be useless to you while you are you using a mouse or an external/wireless trackpad. It may even cause problems for you with accidental touches on the trackpad while you type, use

Mac OS – Change Downloads Folder

You can easily change the Downloads folder location on Mac OS X. Why Move Downloads Folder? There may be different reasons why people want to move their Downloads folder location. These days many of the Apple Macs come with solid state drives (SSD) which are not as large in volume/capacity as the hard disk drives

Top 5 RSS Feed Readers for Mac OS X

It was always possible to add RSS feeds to Mac OS X and I used it frequently just like many of you. Unfortunately Apple killed RSS feeds in Mac OS X with the release of Mac OS X Mountain Lion. The RSS feed in simply disappeared and it isn’t possible to subscribe

Mac OS X: Safari 6.0.4

Apple has released version 6.0.4 of it’s Safari web browser. The main and only reason for this update is to give you control over Java applet on a per-website basis. When you visit a website which tries to run a Java applet, Safari will ask you to block or allow the applet accordingly. It results

Safari Tabindex

By default, Safari ignores the pressing of the tab button on the keyboard to follow the tab index of fields, specifically on checkbox and radio button fields. Here is a video to show the problem: You can fix this by going to Safari Preferences > Advanced > Press Tab… Here is a screenshot to show

Safari: Open links in new tab instead of new window

By default, Safari 5 will open links with a target _blank attribute in a new Safari window. I don’t like this as I prefer to browse in one window. Many of you might have the preference of opening links in a new instead of a new window. To do this, go to Safari > Preferences

MacUpdate Promo Spring 2010 Bundle

MacUpdate has a promotional bundle for a limited time period only which includes 10 top Mac applications This bundle is only valid for another 10 days from now, when I publish this post on Lost-In-Code. Get it now! It includes…