So, I've been using Twitter regularly for sometimes.
I've tried all sorts of clients but fall in love with Tweetie or as it know called now Twitter as the official Twitter.com mac client. There is one problem though, the Twitter app has a "bug" that it can't stay on one Space. I wrote "bug" because i'm not sure if that's was intently or by mistake. Anyhow, the Twitter crow claim it's a bug, but currently they are not fixing it. I couldn't wait for the fix so I surf the web and look for a good solid solution but couldn't found a good one.
Some people fixing it manually but I wanted an automatic complete solution, so I wrote this complete Applescript solution.
What does the script do:
The script simply will check if the "Twitter" application is running. If so, it will only "focus" on it. If the application is not running, the script will lunch it and put it to the spaceNum value. You should set it to the space you want it to be by changing line 6: "setspaceNumto 1" for space 1 for example. Currently default is 3, just because I use it on space number 3 :)
How to "install":
1. Download the script: link
2. Open the zip file and place the Twitter.Fix file on your desktop.
3. Open AppleScript Editor (using spotlight or with Finder, Go to: /Applications/Utilities)
4. Edit the spaceNum (line 6) to the space you want.
5. Compile and Test if it work
6. To lunch the script I use Apptivate (which is awesome tool!), I used to use Spark (freeware) for a long time. You can use QuickSilver, Alfred, Google Quick Search box or some other lunchers out there to run the script with a Shortcut.
Since the moment I installed the RME Fireface 400 software I was horrified by the Icons that RME provided with the original software. Take a look here:
So I've looked around and found this trade on LogicProHelp forums. There some guy name s0niccurve made a new set of icons with photoshop. The set is great but I didn't like the fact that it wasn't rounded on the corners, so I reshape the icons to be rounder.it's much better now . Anyway, I saved the files in a icns format so it will be easer for many user to change the icons.
So, to replace to old ugly icons, right click on the Fireface Mixer.app and click on "Show package content". There, under Contents -> Resources replace the existing icns file ("mixicon.icns") with the file on the zip file.