Something on your screen too small to see properly? Lion has a virtual magnifying glass that enlarges the portion you need to see. Here’s how to bring it up with a keystroke.
Kiwis now have a free spellchecker they can use that will recognise New Zealand placenames and check spelling in Māori. Here’s what it is and how to get it.
The Lion login screen lets you add a message. I use my message to say who owns the computer in case I should ever lose it. What do you say? Here’s how to add the message.
Some of us can be quite pedantic about spelling: is it ‘color’ or ‘colour’ for example? If your Mac is constantly bugging you about your (correct) spelling then perhaps you need to tune up your spellcheck settings. Guest author Alan Macdougall brings us an extremely handy Tip.
OS X Lion offers trackpad users numerous ways to quickly get information and navigate between and around documents and apps. Four fingers and the Spacebar call up some very useful overviews. Direction counts too. Here’s how it works.
OS X Lion has done away with saving — more or less. After saving a document the first time you don’t need to save again. Or that’s the theory, anyway, because not all apps offer this new feature. Here’s what’s going on.