„PlugSuit is a plug-in manager for Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard). It loads plug-ins in your applications and manages them for you.

Plug-ins add features to existing applications; some special plug-ins add features to applications that weren’t designed to allow plug-ins. Many such plug-ins exist, especially for Apple’s Safari web browser, such as Inquisitor and SafariStand.

PlugSuit helps you manage these plug-ins and loads them for you in their intended applications. „


960 Grid System


The 960 Grid System is an effort to streamline web development workflow by providing commonly used dimensions, based on a width of 960 pixels. There are two variants: 12 and 16 columns, which can be used separately or in tandem.

The 12 column grid is divided into portions that are 60 pixels wide. The 16 column grid consists of 40 pixel increments. Each column has 10 pixels of margin on the left and right, which create 20 pixel wide gutters between columns.

The premise of the system is ideally suited to rapid prototyping, but it would work equally well when integrated into a production environment. There are printable sketch sheets, design layouts, and a CSS file that have identical measurements. „

960 Grid System – 10.5: Set up Time Machine on a NAS in three easy steps

„Here’s a three-step process to create a Time Machine backup on a network-attached storage (NAS) unit.

1. Create a sparsebundle image on your local system. I’m not sure of the reason why, but I haven’t been able to kick Time Machine off just by specifying a network share. It „prepares“ for a while, then says it was unable to create the disk image. The solution appears to be to create a sparsebundle image locally. Thankfully, you don’t need multiple Macs like another post suggested; you can accomplish this using hdiutil like so:

hdiutil create -library SPUD -size $SIZESPEC -fs Journaled HFS+ -type SPARSEBUNDLE -volname $MACHINENAME_$MAC_ADDRESS.sparsebundle

Where $SIZESPEC is the size of the backup volume, and $MACHINENAME_$MAC_ADRESS is your Mac’s name followed by an underscore and then your Mac’s MAC Address (otherwise known as its Ethernet ID; visible in the Network System Preferences panel), but without the colons. So if your Mac is named MyMac, and the Network System Preferences panel lists your Ethernet ID as 00:18:b3:11:84:dd, then you would use MyMac_0018b31184dd for the name of the sparsebundle.

The -size parameter can probably be as large as you want, now that Apple has evidently fixed the sparsebundle issues that were causing all but the most recent backup to be dumped. However, you can also specify a smaller size if you (like me) want to create a hard limit for the amount of space your Time Machine backups will take on your network drive. hdiutil does have a -resize option if you need to utilize that later.
2. Create and set permissions on your network share. Just make sure you have read/write permissions set on whichever SMB/AFP share you’re going to dump this to.
3. Copy the sparsebundle to the network share root. Easy enough. Mount your network share and copy it over. I used this Terminal command after the MyBackup share was mounted: cp -r mymachine_0017f2c8426b.sparsebundle /Volumes/MyBackup/.

By this point, you should be good to go! Make sure you have read/write permissions on the network share, and that you’ve run the infamous defaults write TMShowUnsupportedNetworkVolumes 1. Now just change your Time Machine disk to that network share, and you’re off! – 10.5: Set up Time Machine on a NAS in three easy steps

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