I can’t believe I just discovered this today: there’s an option on my macbook to use two finger clicks for a secondary click. On my old ibook, I had installed iscroll2 and enabled this feature, but I always thought it was a hack and not something supported natively by apple.
Incremental overclocking can be a HUGE app booster as a well a HUGE battery saver. When your phone isn’t busy it clocks itselft down way lower than it’s normal speed, and when it needs it a cpu boost is delivered to get those applications loaded a bit quicker.
I recently found out that Quicksilver allows you to create arbitrary global keyboard shortcuts for your favorite actions. I made some shortcuts to focus / open my favorite apps: Textmate, Firefox, and the Terminal. It has been much faster than command-tabbing between these apps.
When skinning my windows mobile phone to look like an iPhone I ran into the problem to launch specific midlets. I could launch the midlet manager, but not a specific program until I found this article at the xda development forums.
Whenever I start playing with a new bundle in Textmate, I find myself using the Bundles context menu a lot because I don’t yet know the keyboard shortcuts. Two other quick ways to run bundle commands and snippets are useful in this case: first, if you think you know the bundle item name, you can press