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SMB and Outlook Connections in Apple OS X Mavericks

[sc:share] After the pain that I have had in the past establishing SMB or Outlook connections after Apple OS upgrades, I was little gun-shy to install Mavericks this morning.  But, after searching the internet for people having problems (and not finding any) I decided to take the plunge. Well, I’m very happy to be able to […]

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Send to iPhone Missing in Apple Maps

[sc:share] Send to iPhone Missing in Apple Maps?  You’re not alone. At the top of the new Apple Maps app, you should see a little arrow allowing you to share directions from Maps straight to your iPhone.  The link (if it’s working) looks like this: However, when I first fired up Apple Maps, I didn’t […]

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Stop Facebook Birthday Announcements on Mac OSX

The other day I allowed my phone to sync to Facebook and update my contacts.  It’s pretty nice, actually, because now my friends’ profile pics get loaded into my phone automatically.  Sweet. The day after allowing it, however, I began getting really annoying birthday announcements on my Mac.  In the upper right hand corner, these […]

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Solution – OS X Lion Thumbnail Slider Missing or Not Working

In OS X Lion, I was very disappointed to see that they took the thumbnail resize slider out of Finder windows in the default install.  Thankfully, there is a simple solution…to that initial problem. The slider is a part of what OS X refers to as the Status Bar.  To re-enable the status bar, all you need […]

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Outlook for Mac Autocorrect Bug Fix – Outlook 2011 in OSX Mountain Lion

[sc:share] Outlook for Mac Autocorrect Bug Fix – I use Outlook for Mac 2011 where I work, and I recently upgraded my machine to OSX Mountain Lion.  I hadn’t noticed any problems until today when I tried to type a contraction that started with the letter I…it couldn’t be done.  I would type “I’m” or “I’ll”, […]

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Enable Double-Tap to Click in Mac OS X Lion

There are actually quite a few things that I find irritating with Mac OS X Lion, but one of the big ones is how they changed the double-tap function of the trackpad.  It no longer defaults to the ability to click and drag items or highlight text.  That functionality was moved to the 3-finger gesture. […]

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Fix Your Problem Connecting to SMB

Update: No issues after the Mavericks upgrade In my recent post about Mac OS X Lion, I spoke a little bit about my SMB connection problem when connecting to a Windows File Server.  Well, it’s a happy day, because my IT guy has found a solution to the problem!  So, I hope this post helps […]

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Lion OS X Review

All you people out there that drink the Kool Aid and are going to hate me for giving anything that Apple did less than a 5-star rating aren’t going to like this, but I’m going to say it anyway.  I typically love Apple products, have two iMacs, an iPad, and an iPhone, and, despite my […]

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