This post refers to HoudahSpot 3. The same general ideas apply to HoudahSpot 4. A newer post provides more details.
With letZi (“let see”) you can show your photos to nearby friends.
On their own iPhone or iPad.
Your friends get to enjoy your photos at their best: full screen.
You remain in control. Show only the photos you want. As you tell your story.
With ACTPrinter‘s web printer it is easy to save web pages as PDF printouts.
The process is actually even easier than you might think: If you already have the web page open in Safari, you only need to make a minor change to the URL for ACTPrinter to open and save the page.
Continue reading Save web pages as PDF
In the wake of the recently fixed vulnerability in Apple’s SSL implementation, you may want to change passwords to your mail and web site accounts. You will want to use a different password for each account. And you will want these passwords to be hard to guess.
Entering those new passwords on your iPhone can be a tedious task. Continue reading Paste passwords to your iPhone
Do you use iPhoto or Aperture to import photos from your camera? No problem. You can still use HoudahGeo to tag your photos.
HoudahGeo integrates tightly with iPhoto and Aperture. You can browse your photo libraries using HoudahGeo. To geotag photos, drag them from the sidebar into the Images list of your HoudahGeo project.
This post refers to HoudahSpot 3. There have been major improvements to Apple Script and URL actions in HoudahSpot 4. Please refer to the User Guide for details.
HoudahSpot integrates nicely with your automated workflows. Use the custom URL scheme to start HoudahSpot searches from third party tools like LaunchBar and Alfred. Use AppleScript to access search results and build more advanced workflows.
This post refers to HoudahSpot 3. HoudahSpot 4 can show up to three tag colors for each file. It always displays them in much the same way as Finder.
By default, HoudahSpot’s list view matches the Finder’s way of displaying file label colors. I.e. it uses a colored dot next to the file name on Mavericks. On older versions of Mac OS X, it colors the background of the row in the list.
A hidden preference lets you revert to the old style or use the new style on older versions of Mac OS X.