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A way to manipulate Safari 4 that turns the ‘Add Bookmark’ button at the left of the address bar into a ‘Reload’ button. This is a cheap hack to be used at your own risk.
To use it, download the archive for your language, open Safari’s bundle and move the image files in the download to the ‘Resources’ folder. Move the NIB file in the download to the ‘English.lproj’ or ‘German.lproj’ folder and restart Safari. The result isn’t quite as good as the original in Safari 3 because the Reload icon is displayed at all times.
Have a backup of the original handy, do this at your own risk.
A Quartz Composition that does a pretty animation of letters by flying them around the screen in slightly symmetric ways.
May be an interesting use case of the Timeline feature that Quartz Composer received in Mac OS X.5.
There is also a version of the script wrapped up as a Service [thanks to the ThisService utility] which adds the ability to run any selected text through the CSS validator to the Services menu. If you want to adapt the script to your favourite text editor, a quick change of its first line should do the trick.
This can be useful or at least interesting if you want to visualise the difference between two different compression qualities. Export the same video to two files at different settings, drag the resulting files to the Quartz Composer window that opens and rewire the connections that are there [at which stage you’ll realise that you could have just created the Quartz Composition yourself…] The difference between the videos should be displayed then.
AppleScript to Service conversion generously provided by ThisService.
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