6 Text Navigation Shortcuts
The first group of keyboard shortcuts allow for quickly moving around text:
- Jump to beginning of a line– Command+Left Arrow
- Jump to end of a line– Command+Right Arrow
- Jump to beginning of current word– Option+Right Arrow
- Jump to end of current word– Option+Right Arrow
- Jump to beginning of all text– Command+Up Arrow
- Jump to end of all text – Command+Down Arrow
By adding a shift key to the above shortcuts, we are given six new tricks that allow for quick text selection of lines, words, and entire documents.
1. Connect your iPhone or iPad to you Mac
2. Open Quick Time Player
3. From the File menu, Choose new Movie recording
4. Fromt the drop down next to the record button choose you iphone/ipad for video and microphone
5. Click record
6. Do steps
7. Click Stop
8. File | Save
9. Add name, click Save
10. Close quick time player
11. Open imovie
12. From the File menu, choose new app preview
you may have to go back to the projects screen first
13. If you get the app previews info screen click OK
14. Drag and drop your recording from steps 1-9 into the bottom half of the iMovies window
15. File | Share | App Preview
Or use the share button in the top right corner and choose app preview
16. Type a new title if required and click next
17. Type name if required, click save
18. Wait for iMovie to process
19. Click Close
20. Exit iMovie
A) Mute sound before shutting down.
B) Run the following command in Terminal
sudo nvram SystemAudioVolume=%80
c) To turn it back on again, run this command in terminal,
sudo nvram SystemAudioVolume=%01
How to automount an SMB share in Mac OS X
- Connect to your network share, in Finder, Select Go, then Connect to server
- Enter the credentials for your login to your network drive and tick the ‘remember in keychain’
- Open system settings, select users and groups then click on login items
- Drag the icon for your network drive from your desktop to the startup items.
It looks fairly easy, just make sure you have a H00 and a Trox T6 before you start.
If you’re planning to reinstall OS X, make sure you have created a USB boot “disk” before had as well.
See my instructions for that HERE.
Something along these lines,
On your Windows PC
- Select File then Export to Catalog
- Select a name and location for the new export catalog
- Wait a long time for it to copy the catalog file and all your photos to the new location.
On your Mac
- Create a new Catalog in your desired location
- From the File menu choose Import from Another catalog
- Chose to either
- Import files and leave them where they are
- Copy files to another location and then import
- Option a is quicker, but doesn’t move the files
Option B is slower, but will move the files to another location if thats what you want.