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bio website mathiaslin.com
location Stuttgart, Germany
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Mathias has 15+ years of professional experience in software engineering and business process automation, thereof 7+ years in China, and has been consulting clients ranging from startups to Fortune 500 corporations. He is a Certified ScrumMaster (CSM), Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), Alfresco Certified Engineer (ACE) and Alfresco Certified Administrator (ACA).

Prior to his current obligations, he has served as managing director for an international software company with offices in Germany, Hong Kong, China and the US, where he was in charge of key accounts such as Vodafone, Bayer, China Telecom, Unilever, Dräger, META Group/Gartner, Philips, Atos Origin. Core business was the development and implementation of tailor-made business software in the fields of ERP, CRM, CMS, DMS.

Furthermore, he was a visiting assistant professor on Mobile Application Development at University of St. Joseph, Macao.

Specialties: Alfresco, Alfresco Share, DMS, Collaboration, Mobile Technologies, Android, Java, Spring Framework, Grails, Tablets, Smartphones, OpenCms


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accepted Translucent menu bar option is simply gone after system reboot / freeze (Mac OS X Lion)
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comment Translucent menu bar option is simply gone after system reboot / freeze (Mac OS X Lion)
I tried that, but didn't work for me, at least not in combination with the system freeze. Only hard reboot worked ok in my case.
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accepted How can I embed a linked local image in an Apple Mail signature?
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comment How can I embed a linked local image in an Apple Mail signature?
I tried that but Mail seems to be messing up the html. For some reason it's unable to position multiple images beside each other. Seems like Mail.app is generating some improper html code (object embedding tags) that force a line break. See the screenshot here: imageshack.us/photo/my-images/706/emailsigu.png, which shows my html sig both in Safari and (same html code) in Mail. Ridiculous how Mail is so far behind Thunderbird, but I guess I need to put the icons into a html table. Ugly... but I guess it's the only way...
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revised How can I embed a linked local image in an Apple Mail signature?
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asked How can I embed a linked local image in an Apple Mail signature?
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comment How can I add some html to my Mail.app signature?
But this does not work for images that you reference locally via file:///Users/path/to/image.jpg - why not? The same html signature works fine in Thunderbird and it knows how to properly embed the local files as image/jpeg mime type into the mail. However, Mail is just keeping a reference to the local file in html code. Why is that? It's 2011... are they kiddin' me? (Putting the images remotely onto the web has the disadvantage that some mail client require the users to confirm to 'display remote images' often, while embedded images are more likely to be displayed immediately.
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comment How can I embed an image in an Apple Mail signature?
4. doesn't seem to work when copy/pasting images from Thunderbird to Mail. Strangely, when I compose an email in Mail, the image shows when I write the mail, but when receiving the mail, the image doesn't show. I am copy/pasting html code from Thunderbird (but from rendered view) where the images are referenced like <a href="file:///Users/myuser/myimage.jpg">, however, when looking into the raw source of the received mail I see that the reference in html still remains like that, and the images have not been embedded into the mail.
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