November 24th, 2010 by Nicolas Poëtte
It already happened to me a couple of times after upgrading Titanium Developer or Apple Developer Tools: when trying to build an iphone project in Titatinium, it doesn’t seem to find the SDK and keeps populating “loading”.
The reason probably is titanium thinks default Xcode installation directory in “/usr/bin” instead of “/Developer/usr/bin/xcodebuild”.
The solution is to simply create a symlink to the default Xcode installation directory in “/usr/bin”.
sudo ln -s /Developer/usr/bin/xcodebuild xcodebuild
November 15th, 2010 by Nicolas Poëtte
It’s time to restart this blog. I’ve left it alone for some time, mainly due to a database upgrade of my web hosting provider. Eventually, I’ve found the time to fix the issue and I’m now ready to post again!
October 4th, 2007 by Nicolas Poëtte
I finally found this very usefull tip to navigate between open tabs in Safari using the keyboard:
simply press Command+Shift+Left Arrow or Command+Shift+Right Arrow
September 6th, 2007 by Nicolas Poëtte
N’oubliez pas de visiter le blog d’Émilie Le Printemps des Poëtte, vous y trouverez surtout beaucoup de recettes très originales !
October 15th, 2006 by Nicolas Poëtte
September 30th, 2006 by Nicolas Poëtte
Avec la dernière version d’iPhoto, les utilisateurs Mac ont la possibilité de partager très facilement leurs photos avec n’importe qui, n’importe où…
En pratique cela ne nécessite aucun logiciel supplémentaire sous Mac OS 10.4.8.
Pour les utilisateurs Windows, il existe une petite application très simple à installer et à utiliser, Photocast Viewer :
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August 8th, 2006 by Nicolas Poëtte
SAP has released an highly awaited version of SAPGUI for Java. Mac OS X users on Intel computers can now get access to SAP!
I’ve tested this version on PowerPc, and my first impression was a performance improvement. Thanks SAP!
There’s also a correction in ALV grids which now enable copy and paste using the right-click, BUT still no shor-cuts and it’s not possible to copy a entire range of data… For the next release?
June 22nd, 2006 by Nicolas Poëtte
X Ten, one of the SIP softphones specialists has released a free internet-phone software: X-Lite. It’s now possible to call any phone number from your computer. I use it with my French ISP Free and it works great.
With SIP technology and my Powerbook, I can call from anywhere using a WiFi connection… Let’s imaging free calls in a train station or in a hotel…
There’s also a paid version, Eye Beam with more functionalities like IM and video conference.
Official site: X-Ten