Yes, we will have Rosetta and it's going to make Intel Macs backward compatible, so you don't have to purchase a new version of your softwares, but not absolutely everything will run on an Intel Mac. Here is the list of application types that Rosetta can't translate:
InDesign's nested style feature is very powerful, but not too many people I've spoke with have really put it to use. It can save you hours of wasted time formatting. For example, consider a glossary style entry:
Following on from a previous article on [url=http://creativebits.org/toolbar_icon_design_in_OSX]toolbar icon design[/url] we're going to tackle it's Big Brother, the Application Icon. The two serve slightly different functions within the program but adhere to the same idea. While we could start on an existing application, we’re going to embrace vaporware and produce an Icon for an Application that doesn’t exist. This is simply to show the process. This tutorial will follow the construction of an Icon for an imaginary application called “Keyfob”. We’ll say that it’s an application for locking and unlocking the Mac remotely. This is partly inspired by a process where someone managed to put their Mac to sleep using a mobile phone.
[b][color=#FF9900]Where do we start?[/color][/b]
A biro pen, a sketchpad and a cup of tea usually works well for me.
However above all these, the most important tool for developing Icons is...?
I frequently refer to the date and time in the menubar. I was looking for the option to put the date next to time, so that I can avoid clicking the date to bring up the drop-down menu which shows the date. There is no easy straightforward way, but I found a small trick that enables me to customize the field fully without much interference to the system. See the example of my menubar above.
With no doubt Gradient tool is very powerful. If you have a lot of free time to play inside Photoshop and to figure it out how this tool works in Difference mode then I am hoping this tutorial will help you create some of interesting effects that could be applied on your projects.