Few games are updated eight years after their release, but few games are as timeless as Blizzard’s classics. StarCraft, Diablo II, and WarCraft III all run on current Macs, even though all but WarCraft III launched before Mac OS X. You don’t even need to keep a pesky CD in the drive to play, making these low-system-requirement titles great for the drive-free MacBook Air. Follow our easy steps to get your original game discs running on a current system--even when you don’t have the discs around.
I have a MacBook Pro, and I recently bought a wireless modem so that I can use the Internet when I’m away from my DSL line. After using my wireless modem for the first time, I disconnected it and put it away. Since then, a window keeps popping up that says “Internet Connect. The selected communication device does not exist. Please verify your settings and try again.” How can I make it go away?
If you're a fan of blockbuster music videogame Rock Band (casually referred to in the Mac|Life office as the Greatest Thing Ever Invented, Ever), you've probably banged on those plastic drums quite a bit. Perhaps you've even wondered if you could turn them into a real electronic kit.
We’ve already showed you the basics of making simple but impressive screencasts with ScreenFlow. In this advanced tutorial, we’ll focus more on the editing process—animations, transition effects, the whole nine yards.