Simon Fell > Its just code > May 2007
|I've had my hands inside a fair number of PC's over the years, and seen more than my fair share of scrapes, cuts and memory slots and IO connectors that are pratically impossible to reach without taking eveything else out first. So i was happily pleased to see that the insides of my Mac Pro are just as pretty as the outside!, I just fitted a 4Gb upgrade, and it was trivially easy, can't of taken more than 5 minutes total, the only tool needed? scissors to open the anti static bags the new memory was shipped in :)|
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|There's a new release of Trapdoor, you can now select a specific browser for each login, making it easier when you need to work in multiple accounts at once. For example you can have your Developer Edition login open in Firefox, and your main production login open in Safari. Feedback welcome over on the OSX Forum. The new Manage All Logins window makes it easy to setup browser and aliases for any existing entries you might have.|