The Washington Post has created a nice article on the upcoming solar eclipse that will cross the United States
On Aug. 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible from the contiguous United States. It’ll be the first to traverse coast to coast in nearly a century. There will be 69 total solar eclipses visible from somewhere on the planet in the next 100 years, but only a few will be visible from North America. See how many total solar eclipses are left in your lifetime
The article also contains some a very neat visualisation of all upcoming eclipses across the glove.
Eclipse based products such as Aptana Studio or Zend Studio are not retina-ready. Luckily, there’s a way to force it to running in Retina mode. Just follow these instructions:
Locate Aptana Studio.app
Right click it and select Show package contents
Open Contents/Info.plist with your favorite text editor
Locate the two lines that read
Above those two lines, insert this:
Save the file
Right click Aptana Studio.app and select Get Info
Confirm that the info panel has the checkmark Open in Low Resolution unchecked
Note: It’s possible that Finder won’t detect the changes you made. In that case make a copy of Aptana Studio.app, delete the original Aptana Studio.app and rename Aptana Studio Copy.app to Aptana Studio.app
Aptana should now look like this:
It’s not ideal yet as the chrome icons are still blurry, but it’s a great leap forward nonetheless: text is now rendered very crisp.