Samuel Zeller, a swiss architecture’s photographer and active Instagrammer, has started this new project collecting a handful of his best photos as wallpapers for iPhone and the Apple Watch, tailoring them for the best possible view given the physical constraints of their different screens. At the moment there are 30 magnificent wallpapers available over his website
RetinaShots for iPad brings you an exclusive selection of meticulously hand-picked, absolutely gorgeous Retina Display quality wallpapers. Each and every one has been edited professionally to look stunning on your iPad and iPad mini. iPad ★ Retinashots
XtraFinder is an useful Finder plugin for Mac OS X’ finder that allows you to customize the behaviour of Apple’s file system manager. I’ve discovered it months ago since new Mac users asked me a way to have folders listed before files in Finder’s windows, having being accustomed to that behavior in Microsoft’s Windows Explorer (and I must admit that I too sometimes have a benefit from this after six+ years of OS X usage).
I must admit being away from GNU/Linux desktops’ evolution dealing everyday with CentOS and Ubunutu 10.4 via CLI. Distributions that, anyway, are far away from the frantic evolutions in terms of desktop environment UX provided by the most up-2-date trends.
But I’m preparing a virtual machine for a bioinformaticians’ post PhD course and we choose a modern distro for this. Given my skills and experience the choice went over Fedora.
So I’m playing a little around to see how the Gnome Shell behaves and decided, since I have some spare time, to customize it a little. I could not ever imagined in my wildest dreams that modifing GDM login screen would be such a PITA.
Luckily enough a 2010’s post from Alvin T. Enguillo is still the easiest method (and with this I’ve said it all if you read the article) to achieve this goal.
Lion Designer basic functions are customizing the Mission Control, Dashboard, Login Screen, and Launchpad backgrounds, as well as, changing the folder background and container icon in Launchpad. You can change your Design in Mac OS X 10.7 Lion individually. Don’t panic if you make a poor design change; you can reset it back to default with the click of a button.