Logic Pro X Tips

Logic Pro X Tips

Tip 1 – Notes The Notes feature in Logic can be really useful when going back to an unfinished project or when sending a project to somebody else. Very handy for writing mix notes or to do lists. You can write notes for the project or for a track. We’ll do a track. Select the(…)

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Pages Tips

Pages Tips

Pages is a word processing application developed by Apple. It is part of a productivity suite called iWork along with both Keynote and Numbers, and is recognised for its user-friendly, intuitive interface. With Pages, you can create professional-looking documents that are compatible with other word processing software such as Microsoft Word and OpenOffice. Additionally, each(…)

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Keynote Tips

Keynote Tips

For many people, presentations are overwhelming. They struggle with the delivery or design of the slides, and the result is a mess that bores audiences. Taking cues from Apple’s iconic production introductions, we can learn a lot about how to showcase your important slides. In this tutorial I’ll share five tips, to use with Apple’s(…)

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Numbers Tips

Numbers Tips

How to Format Cells According to Your Needs One of the most common issues of Numbers (which is also present on MS Excel) is the way the application handles fields with numbers that are not always intended to be seen as numerical values. Take the example of screenshots shown below, where I typed 002715 but(…)

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Garageband Tips

Garageband Tips

Garageband is another unique gift from Apple for audiophiles and more pertinently for music creators or prodigies altogether. iPad further exploits the full functionality of GarageBand by extending the intuitiveness with its overtly simple but responsive touch screen gestures. GarageBand for iPad can be used to create, record, assemble, retouch and even as a fully trusted(…)

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GarageBand Tips

GarageBand Tips

The new GarageBand features are impressive. You can fix your guitarist’s inability to keep a beat. You can extend that final note of your song. You can even keep track of your progress as you learn the guitar or keyboards. But before you get the guitar, keyboards or mics out, it’s actually helpful if you(…)

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Safari Tips

Safari Tips

Smart search field Safari on iOS 7 has a unified “smart search field” that allows you to type the url of the website or search for text. When you start typing, it displays the top url hit, suggestions from Google Search or your favorite search engine, your Bookmarks and history, and results of the text search on the(…)

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iOS Safari Tips

iOS Safari Tips

Smart search field Safari on iOS 7 has a unified “smart search field” that allows you to type the url of the website or search for text. When you start typing, it displays the top url hit, suggestions from Google Search or your favorite search engine, your Bookmarks and history, and results of the text search on the(…)

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Locating Thunderbolt and display adapters

Locating Thunderbolt and display adapters

Thunderbolt or display accessories may be packaged in your new computer’s document folder. This is the case if your computer is listed below and you ordered it from the Apple Online Store: MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012) MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2012) MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch and 15-inch, Early 2013) MacBook Air (11-inch and 13-inch, Mid 2012)(…)

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Move Dashboard Like Spaces

Move Dashboard Like Spaces

The Dashboard can be moved around now, just by clicking and dragging it to where you want to leave it. You can even move it to your secondary monitor on a dual monitor setup.

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Multi-Touch Gestures

Multi-Touch Gestures

Multitouch gestures let you use several fingers to do cool stuff on Mac Laptops and the Magic Trackpad. Some gestures do not work on older laptops.  General Must be enabled in System Preferences. Action Gesture Scroll Up/Down/Left/Right 2-Finger Drag Up/Down/Left/Right Right-Click (Ctrl-Click) 2-Finger Click Zoom In on the Screen Hold Control and 2-Finger Drag Up Zoom Out(…)

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Backup and Restore Dashboard Widgets

Time Machine is one solution for backing up your Dashboard Widgets, but this option is not always optimal, especially when you have limited hard drive space, or if you would rather use other backup methods. Luckily, you can backup your widgets and reinstall each of them manually without much effort. How to Backup Step 1:(…)

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Dashboard Hacks

Dashboard Hacks

A Dashboard Dilemma When you look at the Dashboard of the average Mac user, it’s likely empty and never used, or overwhelmingly full of sports-news feeds and sticky-notes. Sometimes you see festive Christmas lights as well! Surely, there must be more to the Dashboard than this. The dashboard was never meant for this! Well, hopefully(…)

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Safari Web Inspector

Safari Web Inspector

Web Inspector is an open source web development tool built into Safari that makes it easy to prototype, optimize, and debug your web content on iOS and OS X. Note: As a web developer, you are encouraged to live on the bleeding edge. Download the latest WebKit Nightly, the developmental branch of Safari. It contains experimental, developer-facing(…)

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OS X Mavericks Tips

OS X Mavericks Tips

Finder The gesture to show the Desktop by holding down your thumb and spreading with three fingers has been reworked to allow for a gradual activation. Try this by holding down four fingers and slowly spreading to show the Desktop. In Mavericks, there is a new character popover to access emoji and other special characters.(…)

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iOS 7 Tips

iOS 7 Tips

1. Camera: shoot in burst mode The redesigned Camera app has a nifty trick up its sleeve: if you want to shoot in burst mode, taking multiple shots in quick succession, just click and hold the volume-up button. 2. Multitasking: quit multiple apps You probably know that you can quit running apps by double-tapping the(…)

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iCloud Help

iCloud Help

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iCloud FAQ

What is iCloud Keychain? iCloud Keychain keeps your Safari website usernames and passwords, credit card information, and Wi-Fi network information up to date across all of your approved devices that are using iOS 7.0.3 or later or OS X Mavericks v10.9 or later. iCloud Keychain can also keep the accounts you use in Mail, Contacts,(…)

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AirPort Support

AirPort Support

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iPod Support

iPod Support

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iTunes Support

iTunes Support

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iPhone Support

iPhone Support

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iOS Support

iOS Support

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QuickTime Support

QuickTime Support

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AppleTV Support

AppleTV Support

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