Applications :: Looking For A "corkboard" Or "bulletin Board" Equivalent For My Mac Desktop?
Mar 30, 2010
I am trying to find a mac application that will act like a "bulletin" or "cork" board for my desktop.
A physical cork board in your office allows you to pin up certain ideas, articles, etc. I'm trying to find something like this for my desktop. What I ideally want to do is have something that opens up full screen, and will allow me to track projects that I have in different stages of development. I have a CRM that I use now for the details, I essentially just want to see the project names, organized by where they are in my development cycle.
Early Development = Project A, B, C
Ready for Deplolyment = Project D, E, F
Deployed = Project G, H, I
Etc. And it would easily allow me to drag and drop projects according to where they are in the cycle, for ex, Project A, from Early Development to Ready for Deployment.
I am envision something that looks like iCal, except allows a bigger picture view that just months/weeks/days. It might be an app for the Dashboard, or something else.
I can do this very easily with a physical cork or magnet board, but I'd love an application that could pop up on my giant Mac display with the same info.
This seems retarded, but as far as I can tell, none of the mail apps I've looked at support push email on the desktop. Is there anything equivalent to "push" for desktop users? I have mail.app, Outlook 2011, etc. And none seem to support push. What gives? I mean, sure, I can check every minute, but it's just not the same.
iPhoto is great, but I need something like windows Paint, that can edit photos, i.e. color in/out a license plate on a car pic and what not. I'm looking for a simple and hopefully free equivalent, not a professional program at this time. I'm new to mac, so I don't know what's out there and didn't see anything listed in the help menu for mac apps here.
good Graphmatica equivalent for OS X? I've tried geoMac and EdenGraph, but like neither of those.
EdenGraph can't plot multiple curves at the same time, and while dragging, the curves disappear, while with geoMac I have to manually specify the range when drawing a graph of the function, and I don't know how to get the coordinate of a point on the graph.
I'm desperatingly looking for the AnyDVD equivalent on Mac, the famous Win software from Slysoft. I tried to use DVD2One, which itself is very fast (considering that it uses all the CPU cores), but unfortunately it cannot handle copy-protected DVDs. First ripping the DVD on the Hd with Mac The Ripper is a time wasting, considering that in Windows AnyDVD simply removes the protection via software, without any previous extraction of the DVD content.
I just transferred from PC to Mac. On my PC, I kept all my passwords and personal info in RoboForm. I would like a similar program on Mac that I can use to keep track of all my passwords. It has to be able to import my Roboform data into it and it also has to be compatible with Firefox.
I'm a fairly recent switcher from Windows, and the only program I use quite a bit in Windows that I can't find an OSX replacement for is ConvertXtoDVD. The specific function I need from that program is converting .avi to dvd files.
Its been a while since I have switched over to mac now but basically the only thing I miss about windows is MS Paint, I liked to have the free, simple photo editing tool, I basically just used it for cropping screenshots and things of that nature, anyway, I'm wondering if there is any free equivalent of MS Paint for mac.
Just curious if anyone knows of a program with similar features to Little Snitch that is shareware.
This has probably been brought up in another thread already but I wasn't able to find the answer I was looking for. If you happen to know of that conversation it would be awesome if you could post a link to it.
I'm somewhat new to the forums, and found a really good deal for a brand new macbook air (rev.1). I'd like to know if it is possible to replace the logic board in my macbook air with a newer, nvidia-gfx based logic board. As in, will it fit, does the same power supply run it, same peripherals (airport, keyboard, etc) work/interface with it, etc?
so i've got a system with a fried c2d board. i can pick up a cd board for $150 plus shipping which is good for me. to find a comparable replacement, i'm looking at ~350 and i'm just not feelin that price as im on a budget.
i'm not concerned about the speed decrease as im just trying to get this thing rebuilt.
i understand that there are different heatsink assemblys..vertical vs horizontal. however, i do not know how to tell the difference and i am also unsure whether or not my c2d heatsink will work on this board i receive.
the logicboard possess a t7300 c2d and model # is 820-2279-a, it appears.
i cant find anything on that model, except for on ebay.
and i totally cant find the serial number on this macbook. under the battery on the tray has no serial number listed, and i've read through this documentation [URL]
I use Apple Mail as a client for my Gmail account instead of Gmail's web interface. There is one thing the web interface provides that I'm not sure how to set up within Apple Mail. In the web interface under Settings --> Accounts, the first section is called "Send mail as:" and allows you to send mail from the interface that uses another email address in the From header. I have it set so that when I receive a message that was sent to one of these other addresses (they all forward to my Gmail address), replies will automatically be sent with that address as the From header. How do I set up this functionality within Apple Mail without creating a separate account/inbox for the other accounts? I am not checking mail directly from the others, just want to be able to send as them.
I am using Xcode to learn C from a windows-oriented "teach yourself" book. The executable file for the Hello World! program ends in .exe.I imagine that this would run if you double-clicked it in a windows operating system. Is there an equivalent extension for the mac? Or is it always only ran through the terminal program in the Xcode program?
Part of my job involves creating flow diagrams, I'm wiriting a report now which requires one, I have only had my mac for a few days, but I bought Office with it but I see it doesn't come with Visio, is there anyway of making it work on Leopard, or an alternative for Mac available?
Okay so before everyone starts to say search before you post a new topic. I searched about this and im confused i saw various methods. I want to have the same library on mac and windows 7. Also, when i add music to my mac library will it automatically loads the new music into my windows side.