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中文名麦客World
英文名Macworld
版本Dec.2004 & Jan./ Feb./ Mar.2005
发行时间2005年
地区大陆
对白语言普通话
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Macworld December 2004
Gear Guide: Part One
Gadgets for Office Workers and Photographers
Tired of fighting crowds and elbowing your way through shopping malls to find the perfect holiday gift? Macworld does all your window shopping for you, with a list of some of our favorite gotta-have gadgets that also make great gifts (or great rewards, if you’re looking for a little something for yourself). In the first part of our Gear Guide, we look at gadgetry aimed at office workers and photographers.

Reviews
Audio Converters
Lynx Studio Technology L22
Metric Halo ULN-2
SwordfishExpress 2.0

Final Draft 7.0.0.52

Maya Complete 6

Airburst Extreme

Bud Redhead

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

Spider-Man 2: The Game

Railroad Tycoon 3

Missing Sync for Palm OS 4.0

Mac Gems

SANcube800

MailSteward 2.2

Ulysses 1.1

Diskology Disk Jockey

Iomega Rev 35GB 1394/FireWire External Drive

SketchBook Pro 1.1

LANsurveyor 8.1

Go Beyond Safari
iCab X 2.9.8
BumperCar 1.0
Internet Explorer X 5.2.3
Camino 0.8.1
Firefox 1.0 Preview Release
Mozilla 1.8
Netscape 7.2
OmniWeb 5.01
Opera 7.54
Epson CX 4600

Sony monitors
Sony SDM-HS74P
Sony SDM-HS94P
iMac G5 Is a Striking Addition
17-inch iMac G5/1.6GHz
17-inch iMac G5/1.8GHz
20-inch iMac G5/1.8GHz
Second-Generation Power Mac G5
Power Mac G5/ dual-1.8GHz
Power Mac G5/ dual-2GHz
Power Mac G5/ dual-2.5GHz
Find more reviews in the Reviews section of this site.

Opinion
The Search Is On
Safari has become one of the most widely used applications among Mac users. So it stands to reason that we’d devote a series of feature articles in this month’s issue to helping you browse better.

Time for Tiger
Macworld readers wait for Tiger to arrive, share productivity tips, and sound off on Mac products in the December edition of Feedback.

Features
Gear Guide: Last-Minute Gifts
Still stumped for a gift? Turn to the Internet when time is tight.

Gear Guide: Part Five
The Gear Guide turns its focus to gadgety gift ideas for teens and geeks.

Gear Guide: Part Four
Whether the Mac users on your holiday shopping list have a song in their hearts or a new baby on the way, chances are there’s a gadget out there that will make a perfect gift. And we’ll help you find it with the fourth part of our Gear Guide, featuring cool hardware for music lovers and new parents.

Hot Stuff
From the Editors of Macworld

Gear Guide: Part Three
A USB-powered coffee mug? It’s just one of the gadgets that makes a perfect holiday gift for a Mac user on the go. And if you have Mac-loving gamers on your holiday gift list, never fear—we’ve got cool gadgets for them, too, in part three of our Gear Guide.

Gear Guide: Part Two
Part two of our look at cool holiday hardware ideas features seven gifts sure to appeal to any moviemakers and nature lovers on your gift list.

Gear Guide: Part One
Tired of fighting crowds and elbowing your way through shopping malls to find the perfect holiday gift? Macworld does all your window shopping for you, with a list of some of our favorite gotta-have gadgets that also make great gifts (or great rewards, if you’re looking for a little something for yourself). In the first part of our Gear Guide, we look at gadgetry aimed at office workers and photographers.

Browse Better
Thanks to a diverse selection of Safari plug-ins, you can dramatically enhance the functionality of Apple’s browser. Dori Smith walks you through everything from opening PDFs right in Safari to altering the Google search box to use other search engines.

Search Smarter
Having trouble finding what you’re looking for on the World Wide Web? Cut through the online clutter with a few tips for smarter searching. Whether it’s getting more out of Google, exploring other more-focused search engines, or mastering a few advanced search techniques, we’ll help you become a savvy searcher by teaching you the right tools to use for each job.

Safari’s Hidden Powers
There are plenty of ways to extend Safari’s power through plug-ins and bookmarklets. But the Web browser has plenty of built-in capabilities you’re probably not using.

More Gear Here
The December issue of Macworld featured more than 30 Mac-compatible gadgets. But we found six more we just had to share.

More Underwater Camera Housings
When your photo explorations take you into the ocean, invest in a waterproof case for your digital camera. Here’s a list of housings and compatible cameras.

Secrets
CREATE
Survive the Switch to InDesign
Moving to a new page-layout program can be as disorienting as relocating to a new town. if you’re making the switch from QuarkXPress to InDesign, Jonathan Woolson has a few tips to make the move go smoother.

DIGITAL HUB
One-of-a-Kind Gifts
Turn your favorite digital photos into personalized gifts.

Fix GarageBand Glitches
GarageBand helps Mac users make beautiful music. But sometimes, the music-making program hits a few false notes. In this excerpt from GarageBand: The Missing Manual, David Pogue explains how to tackle some of GarageBand’s most-common problems.

HELP DESK
Mac OS X Hints
Open the Sound and Displays preference panes with your keyboard, make Terminal listings flow numerically, move files between volumes, use speech recognition without wasting screen space, take advantage of the Inspector window, and dig into OS X for hidden images and icons.

Mac 911
This month’s Mac 911 is all about insights on the inside—including changing icons hidden inside Mac OS, using Terminal to get inside the NetInfo directory, removing artwork that is inside music files, and an insider’s view on the downside of an upside-down iSight.

MOBILE MAC
Portable Protection
Keep your portable Mac products spotless with a few of these protective products.

Make Yourself Presentable
Standing in front of an audience with a blank screen where your presentation should be is every presenter’s nightmare. But you can avoid all that with some advance preparation and a few tweaks to your Mac, your software, and the on-site hardware.

GEEK FACTOR
Cool Geek Tricks
Add to your geek wizardry with three tricks—resurrecting lost print jobs, preventing server-log wipeout, and creating an iChat autoreplier—guaranteed to impress your friends and get you out of sticky situations.

WORKING MAC
14 Office Problems Solved
We have the work-arounds for 14 of the worst bugs, behaviors, and general annoyances found in Microsoft Office 2004.

Working Mac: Inside the Office 2004 Service Pack
Microsoft’s Office 2004 service pack addresses a number of security- and bug-related issues in Office 2004. But it also seems to have introduced a few problems of its own.

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Macworld January 2005
Picture Your Perfect Camera
Zoom in on the Features You Need and a Model You’ll Love to Use
Digital cameras may have become more powerful, but shopping for one that fits your needs has only gotten more frustrating. What type of camera should you look for? How many megapixels do you need? What features are must-haves? Derrick Story has the answer to these questions and more in our digital-camera shopping guide.

Reviews
BounceBack Professional

Silo 1.3

Live 4

Virtual PC 7

MovieWorks Deluxe 6.0.2

Mac Gems

Roku SoundBridge M1000 and M2000
SoundBridge M1000
SoundBridge M2000
FrameForge 3D Studio

6- and 7-Megapixel Digital Cameras
PowerShot G6
PowerShot S70
Exilim EX-P600
FinePix E550
FinePix S7000
EasyShare DX7630
Dimage G600
Camedia C-60
Cyber-shot DSC-P150
Myst IV: Revelation

Enemy Engaged: RAH-66 Comanche Versus KA-52 Hokum

Revolution 5.1

IRIS Business Card Reader II

Bose SoundDock

Epson Stylus Photo R800

Motion 1.0

Wacom Intuos3

ViewSonic VP912b

Sharp LL-T19D1-H

CanoScan 9950F

CanoScan 8400F

Find more reviews in the Reviews section of this site.

Opinion
Reply to All
Readers deliver us a message about our “E-Mail Survival Guide” and other articles from the October 2004 edition of Macworld.

Ready or Not?
The iPod photo is just another example of Apple’s knack for coming out with the right product at the right time.

Features
From Tape to CD
Those piles of cassette tapes you’ve got lying around the house aren’t just cluttering things up—they’re also deteriorating, turning your audio keepsakes into silence. But Contributing Editor Jim Heid can help you bring those old recordings into the future with tips for digitizing your old tapes, enhancing the audio, and burning your efforts to CDs.

Hot Stuff
From the Editors of Macworld

Camera Guide Extras
Derrick Story looks at printing your photos, offers some last-minute shopping tips and discusses the merits of JPEG versus RAW.

Macworld Favorites
Macworld editors pick their favorite compact, advanced amatuer, and digital SLR cameras.

Camera Tips
Three tips on accessories and features will help you find the right camera for you.

Picture Your Perfect Camera
Digital cameras may have become more powerful, but shopping for one that fits your needs has only gotten more frustrating. What type of camera should you look for? How many megapixels do you need? What features are must-haves? Derrick Story has the answer to these questions and more in our digital-camera shopping guide.

Digital Camera Shopping Guide Checklist
As part of Macworld’s digital camera buying guide, we have a downloadable guide for what to look for the next time you’re shopping for a camera.

Macworld’s 2004 Game Hall of Fame
Railroad magnates. Jedi knights. A vegetarian wolf. And a long-awaited first-person shooter that finally made its Mac debut. These are just some of the inductees for the Macworld Game Hall of Fame’s Class of 2004. Peter Cohen walks us through the dozen games to get enshrined—what they are, how they got here, and why no Mac gamer should be without them.

Secrets
CREATE
Recover Lost Photographs
You accidentally erased your camera’s memory card without downloading all the photos. But those images may not be lost for good. Find out how to recover those seemingly lost pictures in this excerpt from Digital Photography Hacks.

DIGITAL HUB
Tutorial: Erase Flaws with Photoshop Elements 3
When an image needs serious retouching, you’ll want to turn to Adobe Photoshop Elements 3, with its Spot Healing brush and Clone Stamp tool. We show you how to use both features in this tutorial.

Image Editing Beyond iPhoto
Apple’s iPhoto is great for organizing and sharing photos, but not much of a digital darkroom. Enter Adobe Photoshop Elements 3, which packs much of the power of a professional digital darkroom behind an easy-to-use interface. Its Quick Fix mode simplifies many common imaging chores, but it also includes tools for more-advanced tasks, such as removing unsightly utility wires. Best of all, iPhoto and Elements work well together—you can use iPhoto to import, organize, and share photos, and Elements to enhance them. Jim Heid shows you how.

HELP DESK
Mac 911
This month’s Mac 911 is missing—but not because Christopher Breen took a monthlong vacation. Instead, he answers questions regarding missing support for scroll wheels, missing iTunes playlists, the missing link between a Bluetooth phone and iSync, missing Metropolitan Opera broadcasts, and missing the mark when creating sonorous slide shows.

Mac OS X Hints
Check Web-page designs in browser windows of various sizes, move the Dock out of the way, avoid a destructive feature in the Find window, scroll through directories in Cocoa apps’ file dialog boxes, colorize your Finder’s sidebar, disable Personal File Sharing’s guest access, and select multiple desktop photos in iPhoto.

MOBILE MAC
Extend Your Wireless Reach
As great as it is for connecting wirelessly to the Internet, Apple’s AirPort technology has range issues. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to extend the range of your AirPort network—we’ll show you how.

GEEK FACTOR
Find Anything with Grep
Grep is fast, powerful, and the workhouse of the command line. We’ll show you how to become a command-line wizard by using grep to quickly find text hidden in your files.

Grep Beyond the Terminal
You don’t have to use the command line to take advantage of grep and regular expressions. Several text editors offer built-in find functions that harness the same regular expressions.

WORKING MAC
7 FileMaker Power Moves
FileMaker Pro 7 has introduced hundreds of new features, turning even the most-experienced developers into novice users of the database application. But here are seven powerful tips for regaining your mastery over FileMaker.

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Macworld February 2005
Prevent Mac Disasters
Eight Simple Steps You Can Take Now to Keep Your Mac from Falling Apart
Mac OS X is as stable as any operating system you’ll find. But that doesn’t mean trouble isn’t potentially lurking inside your Mac. And it certainly doesn’t mean you should wait for a catastrophic crash before you perform any maintenance and repairs. Prevention is the secret to keeping your Mac—and yourself—happy. Contributing Editor Rob Griffiths offers eight simple steps you can take right now to stop trouble before it starts.

Reviews
Griffin RadioShark

You Control: Fonts 1.1

Painter IX

Photoshop Elements 3.0

Mac Gems

Canon Ink-Jet Photo Printers
Canon i9900
Canon Pixma iP8500
Torus Trooper

Vendetta Online

F/A-18 Operation Iraqi Freedom

World of Warcraft

Monochrome Laser Printers
Brother HL-5170DNLT
Hewlett-Packard LaserJet 1320n
Lexmark E332n
Oki Data B4350n
Contribute 3

Quicken 2005

Casio Exilim EX-P700

Samsung SyncMaster 213T

Apple 20-inch Cinema Display

HP Photosmart 2710

iPod photo
iPod photo 40GB
iPod photo 60GB
iBook G4 Updates
12-inch iBook G4/1.2GHz
14-inch iBook G4/1.33GHz (with SuperDrive)
1.8GHz Power Mac G5

Find more reviews in the Reviews section of this site.

Opinion
G5? Gee Whiz!
Macworld readers weigh in on the new iMac G5, software bargains we overlooked, and Microsoft Office.

Do Your Chores
Cover stories on preventative Mac maintenance may not be sexy—but they are important.

Features
Hot Stuff
From the editors of Macworld.

Prevent Mac Disasters
Mac OS X is as stable as any operating system you’ll find. But that doesn’t mean trouble isn’t potentially lurking inside your Mac. And it certainly doesn’t mean you should wait for a catastrophic crash before you perform any maintenance and repairs. Prevention is the secret to keeping your Mac—and yourself—happy. Contributing Editor Rob Griffiths offers eight simple steps you can take right now to stop trouble before it starts.

Photo Products of the Year and Reader Awards
We wrap up our look at the hardware and software that earned our top award with the best digital photography products of 2004. And we couldn’t let the week end without letting our readers have a say about which of their favorite Mac offerings should win top honors.

The Winners
Here’s a complete list of all the products that received an Eddy Award for 2004.

Productivity Apps and Games of the Year
From database applications to text editors to utilities, we look at the best productivity applications of 2004. The top games of the year also receive their Eddy Awards.

Design and Video Products of the Year
Our look at the best Mac products of 2004 continues, with a focus on two crucial creative segments of the Mac market—design and video production.

Digital Music Products of the Year
Our profile of the winners of the 20th annual Editors’ Choice Awards highlights the digital-music hardware and software that hit all the high notes this year.

Hardware of the Year
Each year, Macworld editors examine every piece of Mac-compatible software and hardware to find the products worthy of our annual Editors’ Choice Awards. Here are the Eddy-winning Mac hardware products for 2004.

Secrets
CREATE
Check It Out: Dreamy Photos
The Original Lensbaby lens attachment.

CSS Troubleshooting
Cascading Style Sheets and cross-platform compatibility don’t have to be mutually exclusive. David Sawyer McFarland shows you how to create pages that display well in many browsers by outsmarting their display quirks.

DIGITAL HUB
Inside the iPod Photo
The iPod photo does more than just play your favorite music and show off a bunch of photos. Christopher Breen and Dan Frakes unravel the mysteries of Apple’s digital device, showing you how to turn movies into digital flipbooks, control and display PowerPoint presentations, entertain party guests, and perform other astounding tricks.

HELP DESK
Mac 911
To celebrate the changing patterns of life, this month’s Mac 911 is all about change—changing the color of Safari’s links, changing Windows video files into QuickTime movies, and making the changes necessary to eliminate Safari’s “can’t find the server” messages.

Mac OS X Hints
Redistribute your .Mac storage, mark e-mail addresses for unspecified domains in Mail, change the order for List-view columns, burn more data onto CD-Rs, and create a navigable pop-up disk-drive folder in the Dock in this month’s intallment of OS X hints from Rob Griffiths.

MOBILE MAC
Bag of the Month
FFA’s Attaché laptop case.

Location, Location, Location
Maintaining network access when you’re on the move requires you to change a slew of OS X’s settings. But saving specific combinations of those settings as network locations will let you switch from one location to the next with ease. Kirk McElhearn shows you how.

GEEK FACTOR
How's the Weather?
Jason Snell can tell you what the exact temperature is in his backyard right now. If you’d like to be able to say the same thing, follow his instructions for setting up a Mac-compatible weather station.

WORKING MAC
Check It Out: Delicious Library
Delicious Monster’s Delicious Library cataloging software.

Dialing for Less
Feeling the need to phone home without breaking the bank? You can turn your Mac into a telephone and place long-distance calls—even calls overseas—for a fraction of what you’re currently paying.

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Macworld March 2005
Small Miracles
Apple Takes Size and Price Down a Notch with the Mac mini and the iPod shuffle
This year’s Macworld Expo in San Francisco delivered some big news about two tiny products—the Mac mini and the iPod shuffle. Both the desktop and the music player may be small and inexpensive, but each one is packed with features. We’ve got the details.

Reviews
VerticalMouse 2

Ford Racing 2

Monster Fair

Mellel 1.8 and Nisus Writer Express 2.1
Mellel 1.8
Nisus Writer Express 2.1.1
Mac Gems

Starry Night 5.0

Route USA 2004 3.6

Ivory 1.0

Eye Candy 5 - Textures

30-Inch Cinema HD Display

23-Inch LCDs
Apple 23-inch Cinema HD Display
BenQ FP231W
Hewlett-Packard L2335
Samsung SyncMaster 243T
Sony PremierPro 23-inch
FrogPad Bluetooth iFrog

modo 102

Eye Candy 5: Textures

Apple Remote Desktop 2.1

SecuriKey Professional Edition

Raise the Wall

The Incredibles

Select Your Shield

RSS- and Atom-Feed Readers
PulpFiction 1.1.1
Shrook 2.12
NewsFan 1.6.0
NewsMac 3.1.3
Pentax OptioX

Canon Pixma IP5000

LG Flatron L1930

Epson PhotoPC L-410

OS X Security Utilities
Internet Cleanup 2.0
MacWasher X
Find more reviews in the Reviews section of this site.

Opinion
Publishing Dustup Redux
Forget Windows versus Macs, red states versus blue states, and Red Sox versus Yankees. Apparently, the truly divisive dispute among Macworld readers is about page–layout applications.

Small Is Beautiful
As Steve Jobs introduces the new Mac mini and theiPod shuffle in his keynote at Macworld Conference, I half expect a used-car commercial to break out onstage.

Features
Take Control of Making Music with GarageBand
Apple’s GarageBand 2 lets you create your own songs quickly and easily. But what if you don’t know a thing about writing music? In this excerpt from his Take Control of Making Music with GarageBand ebook, Jeff Tolbert shows you the basics of the program and gets you started on creating and editing your first song.

Mac Security: Fact and Fiction
Are you worrying too much about security—or not enough? Our panel of Mac security experts examines several commonly held assumptions about viruses, spyware, wireless networking, and Web privacy and reveals which ones are true and which ones are false.

8 Ways to Protect Your Mac Right Now
From turning off automatic login to setting up an Open Firmware password, here are eight tips on protecting your Mac and its data.

Make Mine a Mac Mini
When Steve Jobs unveiled the Mac mini at January’s Macworld Expo, the likelihood of Windows users switching to the Mac became a lot greater. But that doesn’t mean this tiny desktop won’t appeal to die-hard Mac users as well.

Do the iPod Shuffle
About the size of a pack of gum and weighing in at less than ounce, Apple’s iPod shuffle is the music device for people who never thought they’d buy an iPod.

Test Report: OS X Firewalls
An explanation of what we looked for and what we tested in our review of five OS X firewall products.

Secrets
CREATE
Inside Camera Raw
If you have a midrange or pro digital camera, you can probably produce images in the raw format. Shooting raw beats shooting in JPEG format for several reasons.

Excerpt: How Camera Raw Works
Download a chapter from Bruce Fraser’s book, Real World Camera Raw with Adobe Photoshop CS.

DIGITAL HUB
Free Your Music
Break free from the headphone jack of your iPod or Mac with the right set of speakers. Dan Frakes helps you choose from 2.1 speaker, surround-sound, and portable systems.

HELP DESK
Mac 911
Are you frustrated by Services that don’t serve, missing movies, a phoneless FileMaker, and Asian character anomalies? Take a deep breath, and read Christopher Breen’s monthly collection of troubleshooting tips.

Mac OS X Hints
Change the default column order in list-view windows, relocate applications from the Dock, manage your Mail recipients list, always send Windows-friendly attachments from Mail, modify graphics from Terminal, and combine multiple PDFs into one in this month’s intallment of OS X hints from Rob Griffiths.

MOBILE MAC
No Files Left Behind
Whether you need access to files or to your Mac’s desktop when traveling, you can probably get both—using tools built right into OS X.

GEEK FACTOR
Type Less in Terminal
Many people stay away from the command line because of the tedium of typing long commands. But you can save lots of time and type less by using the command history functions.

WORKING MAC
Check It Out: Life Balance
You can plug all your big goals into this time-management program and track the daily tasks related to each one.

Find Excel Data Fast
Excel's lookup formulas can save you time and trouble. Because they extract data from a table, they update if the data changes. And they return exactly the details requested every time.

DIGITAL PHOTO
iPhoto 5's Secret Weapon
Although it’s not hard to spot a bad image, figuring out exactly what to do to fix it isn’t always so easy. That’s one reason iPhoto 5’s new Adjust palette is so exciting.

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