Denis Defreyne: “Ever wondered how to turn a NSOutlineView into a source list?... There’s a lot of information on how to do this floating around on the web, but it’s carefully hidden or obscured.”
Dan Wood: “One user interface element that has become common in Mac applications is a warning alert sheet with a checkbox saying ‘Do not show this warning again’ (or words to that effect).”
To-Done: “Information overload is one of the biggest hurdles you’ll have to deal with on the road to being more productive... [I decided] to put into place some kind of rules, and a process, to keep control of all the information. I needed to do this so that I could stay sane and keep focused on my work.”
MacZealots: “Although Macs are great straight out of the box, third-party developers are the glue that holds Apple and its customers together. Developers continue to create freeware and shareware applications that allow Macs to perform at their very best.”
Martin Pittenauer: “We just released SubEthaEdit 2.2. SubEthaEdit now comes as a universal binary, i.e. developers with Developer Transition Kits can now use SubEthaEdit without reverting to Rosetta.”
Gus Mueller: FlySketch 1.5 supports PDF Workflow, “Fancy Pants Palettes,” “Grids!” and plenty more.
NetNewsWire 2.0.1 adds support for Atom 1.0 feeds, fixes a couple crashing bugs, and updates the Sites Drawer—read the change notes for the full scoop. Both full and Lite versions of 2.0.1 have been released.
Atom 1.0 is a new syndication format. NetNewsWire already supported Atom 0.3, an earlier draft of this format, and it will continue to support Atom 0.3 for the foreseeable future. (Just as multiple versions of RSS are supported.)
On inessential.com we posted another list of NetNewsWire features you might not know about.