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Mac OS X Tips & Tricks

Mac OS X Tips & Tricks
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Abbreviazioni da tastiera Mac OS X Per utilizzare un'abbreviazione da tastiera, premi il tasto modificatore insieme a uno dei tasti normali. Ad esempio, premendo il tasto Comando (con il simbolo ) e il tasto "c", qualsiasi elemento selezionato (testo, immagini, ecc.) verrà copiato negli Appunti. Questa operazione è nota come l'abbreviazione da tastiera Comando-C. I tasti modificatori sono presenti in molte combinazioni di tastiera e alterano il modo in cui viene interpretato da OS X il segnale inviato premendo i tasti o facendo clic con il mouse. Di seguito sono riportati i simboli dei tasti modificatori visualizzati nei menu di OS X: Tasti di avvio Premi il tasto o una combinazione di tasti finché non si verifica o non viene visualizzata la funzione desiderata. Abbreviazioni da tastiera di stato di stop e spegnimento Abbreviazioni da tastiera per il Finder Applicazione e altre abbreviazioni da tastiera di OS X Nota: alcune applicazioni potrebbero non supportare tutte le combinazioni di tasti applicazione.

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Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts To use a keyboard shortcut you press a modifier key with a character key. For example, pressing the Command key (it has a symbol) and then the "c" key copies whatever is currently selected (text, graphics, and so forth) into the Clipboard. A modifier key is a part of many keyboard shortcuts. Here are the modifier key symbols you may see in OS X menus: Startup shortcuts Press the key or key combination until the expected function occurs/appears (for example, hold Option during startup until Startup Manager appears). Sleep and shut down shortcuts Finder keyboard shortcuts Application and other OS X shortcuts Note: Some applications may not support all of the following application key combinations. *Note: If no text is selected, the extension begins at the insertion point. Universal Access - VoiceOver keyboard commands For information about VoiceOver key combination differences in Mac OS X v10.6, see this article. Full keyboard access Universal Access - Mouse Keys See also: Shortcuts for Mouse Keys.

MacInTouch: timely news and tips about Apple Macintosh, iTunes, iPhone and more... - Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Windows Update Services Menu Options Hey you wanna-be Mac Power users, this article is a follow-up to Your Quick Guide To The Services Menu On Snow Leopard published on Monday. While Apple has improved its Services Menu in Snow Leopard, it’s not very useful unless you have items in it that you can use. Some 3rd party applications will automatically include Services items, but the best use of Services is to custom build your own items, which can be done with Automator, a program installed with OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard. MUO published an article last year, How To Use Automator To Batch Rename Images on Mac about how to use a previous version of Automator. This how-to will show you how to use the newest version, incorporating the Services template to help you get started. The focus on this automation tutorial will show you how to create a Services menu item for the Mac that resizes a selected image on your Mac and attaches it to an email. Step 1 Launch Automator, found in your applications folder. Step 2 Step 3 1. 2. Step 4 1.

Mac Hacks OS X Keyboard shortcuts Screen Capture to disk: 3 Screen to jpeg file on desktop 4 + Drag: Selection to jpeg file on desktop 4 + Spacebar: Window (click camera) to jpeg file Screen Capture to clipboard: 3 + Ctrl: Screen to clipboard 4 + Drag + Ctrl: Selection to clipboard 4 + Spacebar + Ctrl Window (Camera effect) Dock /Switch Applications D Show/Hide Dock Tab Switch applications (even while dragging a file) ` Switch between document Windows in current application Dock Switch application, hide previous one Dock Switch application, hide all others Ctrl * Toggle Monochrome Hi Visibility +drag will prevent dock icons from moving out of the way (useful when dragging items to the trash) Apple Finder + Drag Explicit COPY (will copy even if destation is on same volume) + Drag Explicit MOVE (will move even if destation is on different volume) + Drag Make alias in new location D Duplicate L Make Alias R Show original O Open item ↓ Open item S Save S Save as N New Finder window N New Folder Q Quit Application W Close Window W Close all Windows F Find

How to upload iWeb 09 sites without a .mac account | Macintosh How To iWeb from 2009 onwards has the ability to publish your website directly to an ftp server. This means that you don’t need a .mac account to publish your iWeb site. If you have iWeb 08 or earlier it’s not built-in, but you can still do it, read this previous article on how to publish via ftp from iWeb 08. Firstly, you will need to purchase a web hosting account with FTP access where you can upload files to the internet. You will need to find out some technical details from you ISP or web provider before you progress. You will need 3 things. FIRSTLY, the address of the ‘ftp server’ for where you want to put your website. SECONDLY you will have a username and password with it that you will need. THIRDLY you will also have the name of the ‘directory’ which is simply the place your files will be stored on the website and it will be something like this: ‘/public_html’. You will need to know all these 3 things before you proceed. How to Publish the iWeb Site. Make and edit your website in iweb.


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