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Spin Through Toolbar View Options

Although many people never change their toolbars from the default settings, all standard toolbars on the Mac offer six states: icon only, text only, and icon and text, with all three coming in normal and small size. You can change them by choosing View > Customize Toolbar.

But there's a shortcut that makes it easier to check out each variant. Simply Command-click the toolbar lozenge at the upper right of a window, and the toolbar switches to the next view. Click it enough times, and you cycle back to the start.

 
 

Computing for the Visually Impaired, Part 3

In the third part of our series on computing for the visually impaired, Mariva H. Aviram discusses the numerous annoyances and technical inadequacies of our modern operating systems for those whose vision isn’t perfect.

 
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Computing for the Visually Impaired, Part 2

Moneydance 2015

Smile Releases PDFpen 7 and PDFpenPro 7

Computing for the Visually Impaired, Part 1

Paprika 2.1.2

Quicken 2015 for Mac 2.3.1

Evernote 6.0.5

Workflow Is the Next Step for iOS Automation

Labels & Addresses 1.6.9

“Take Control of Pages” Documents Apple’s Writing Triumvirate

 

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PDFpen 2 for iOS Offers New Features along Paid Upgrade Path

Ergotron Lets Mac Users Stand and Deliver

Evernote 6.0

Quicken 2015 for Mac 2.2

Microsoft Outlook 15.3 for Mac

Scrivener 2.6

LaunchBar 6.1.3

iBooks Author Gains New Import Options

iWork Updated for Yosemite and iCloud Drive

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