Make ATO’s CSI software work on Snow Leopard

6 03 2010

  • Uninstall the old CSI software using the uninstaller that came with it, then download the latest version fromhttp://csi.business.gov.au and install it
  • Once installation is complete, right mouse click (or Control-Click) on the installer package called “CsiInstaller” and choose “Show Package Contents”
  • Double click on the Contents folder, then the Resources folder, then the “jarFiles” folder (not “jarFiles13”)
  • Drag the “csi.jar” file to the Desktop the close the current window. Then in a new Finder window navigate to “Macintosh HD > System > Library > Frameworks > JavaVM.framework > Home > lib > ext” and drag the “csi.jar” file from the Desktop to copy it into the “ext” folder.
  • For ATO support with this call 1300 139 373 between 7am and midnight or click here to send an email.






Apple TV Update

2 11 2009


Engadget is reporting what everyone who has a twitchy refresh button already knows: iTunes 9.0.2 is out, bringing support to Apple TV 3.0. The iTunes update is available through Software Update.

The Apple TV update refreshes the look of the main menu, Genius Mixes and internet radio. It also adds iTunes Extras and LP support. Here’s the official press release.






Don’t Deal with this guy on Ebay

12 07 2009






MobileMe Improvements

6 07 2009

Apple has added a number of tweaks to its MobileMe Web services this week. Mail, Gallery, iDisk, account settings, push contacts and calenders, and Back to My Mac all got improved. It looks like Apple is finally doing something with their $100+ sync service.






Eagle and Rainbow

2 07 2009




Apple finally fixes critical Java security hole affecting Tiger, Leopard

17 06 2009

Apple on Monday finally got around to patching a widely-publicized security flaw in the version of Java shipping with Mac OS X, which could leave a Mac open to attack while browsing the web.

more at appleinsider






Apple Unveils Mac OS X Snow Leopard

10 06 2009

SAN FRANCISCO—June 8, 2009—Apple® today unveiled Mac OS® X Snow Leopard™, an even more powerful and refined version of the world’s most advanced operating system and the foundation for future Mac® innovation. Snow Leopard builds on a decade of OS X innovation and success with hundreds of refinements, new core technologies, out of the box support for Microsoft Exchange and new accessibility features. Snow Leopard will ship as an upgrade for Mac OS X Leopard users in September 2009 for $29.

Read More at APPLE