Each device connected to a local network is assigned a dynamic IP address. There are occasions though when a a static IP address is needed instead. For example, port forwarding requires the destination computer on a local network to have a static IP address.
Using Mac OS X Lion 10.7.1, here are two ways of assigning a static IP address to a computer on a local network.
A much touted feature of OS X Lion is the ability to use some applications in full-screen mode.
It’s easy enough to make an already open application full-screen, but with the initial public 10.7.0 release of Lion I’ve had limited success re-opening applications full-screen.