I have this MBP backed up, Jim--and it's by no means my main work computer. We're more or less all moved except for the big stuff, which we're getting "professionals" (I don't believe there really is such a thing) movers to shlep over on t
Originally Posted By: yoyo52One looks problem. Everything is so muted that it's hard to tell what's running and what isn't. fr'instance, the WiFi indicator is so pale that I can't tell right off the bat whether I've connected or not. I noticed that
Originally Posted By: yoyo52So I didn't wait and installed it on my MBP. Hmm, hopefully you'll be able to install the final version over the beta. Apple also said "We recommend installing OS X Yosemite Beta on a secondary Mac." Living on th
One looks problem. Everything is so muted that it's hard to tell what's running and what isn't. fr'instance, the WiFi indicator is so pale that I can't tell right off the bat whether I've connected or not.
Originally Posted By: MacGizmoYou missed Continuity and Handoff, two of the biggest new features. Originally Posted By: MyselfMac / iOS integration: Could not care less, tbh. The phone is always right next to my machine anyways, so I don't have a nee
Heh.. I never knew it was Delete. Just checked...Delete woks in Snow Leopard. Delete is only one button. I always used "Command - [" which is what it says in the drop down menu. Where did you come up with Delete...lol. Thanks.
Quote:Hey "Sixer" I think we hit a nerve with someone ! Apparently so. Heaven forbid someone not like every single thing Apple changes -- "new" does not always = "better" (I'm looking at you, "Save As") ... A
I reset the width to 1440, but I still have to make the site responsive. Will mess with that after I do a content audit and see what I want to add/delete/revise over the next few week. I also just discovered that Adobe provides an online editing ca
I set up the site based on a 960 px width, which is what's recommended. The view on my 27" T-bolt is similar, but I have no readability problems. But this is why I have to get better acquainted with the responsive set-up. Oddly enough, it displa
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