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13 Nov 2018

MacMost - Mac, iPhone and iPad How-To Videos

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Get the most from your Mac! The show features news, tips, tricks, techniques, tutorials and reviews geared toward the casual, home and business Apple user. Covers the Mac, iPad, iPhone and other Apple products.

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    Customize macOS Dock Hiding (MacMost #1785)

    View in HD at . If you have the Dock set to automatically hide, then you may not like the default amount of time it takes for the Dock to appear, and the speed of the animation. You can customize these by using the Terminal to change two hidden macOS preferences. You can delay the appearance of the Dock so that you can access other items at the bottom of your screen. You can also speed up or eliminate the animation if you find it is too slow for you.

  • Posted on 12 Nov 2018

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    Siri Shortcuts: Random Reminders (MacMost #1784)

    View in HD at . Learn how to build a simple Siri Shortcut that will choose an item from a Reminders list and speak that item aloud. In this example, the Shortcut will get a random item from a list of chores.

  • Posted on 09 Nov 2018

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    Recreating the All My Files Finder List (MacMost #1783)

    View in HD at . Prior to High Sierra there was a Finder sidebar item called All My Files. This showed you a big list of all of your documents. This was replaced with the Recents list, which only shows documents you have opened and leaves out files you have created or downloaded, but haven't opened yet. You can easily re-create the All My Files list by making a Smart Folder and adding it to the Finder sidebar. You can customize this Smart Folder to better fit your needs.

  • Posted on 08 Nov 2018

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    Upgrading Older Macs To Earlier Versions Of macOS (MacMost #1782)

    View in HD at . If your Mac is too old to install macOS Mojave, you can still upgrade to the latest version of macOS that is compatible with it, even if you can't find those versions of macOS in the Mac App Store. Apple has pages for High Sierra, Sierra and El Capitan than include links directly to the hidden Mac App Store pages with those downloads.

  • Posted on 07 Nov 2018

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    Using Your iPhone To Post Facebook 3D Photos (MacMost #1781)

    View in HD at . A new feature of the Facebook app is the ability to take portrait mode photos from an iPhone X and post them as 3D photos. Right now to do this you need to have the latest Facebook app and enable this feature. It simply uses the multiple layers of the portrait photo to create a simple 3D effect as you move your phone, or move the cursor over the image on a computer.

  • Posted on 06 Nov 2018

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