Every time Apple release new major versions of OS X I create a video showing you how to create a boot disk from the downloaded installer. Most of the time once you've checked the boot disk works you can safely leave it in a drawer until the fateful day you need it! However, an issue with a certificate means that if you don't do something about it now that carefully made boot disk will not work when you need it most.
If you need to make an installation boot disk for OS X you're in the right place!
If you’ve been following along with the recent Adobe Lightroom series in my live sessions you’ll already know Adobe Lightroom is an amazingly powerful application. Well it gets even better if you master its automation features. Do that and Lightroom turns into a complete powerhouse of image processing that can save you time, frustration and tedium freeing you up to revel in your creativity.
While the automation features are powerful they are simple to master so you can start automating your processes immediately.
This was the third of a series of four live training sessions dedicated to Adobe Lightroom. The first session covered the basics of Adobe Lightroom, the second session covered the Lightroom Mobile apps for iOS and the final session is dedicated to making the switch from Aperture to Lightroom.
Apple’s Keynote has a range of great preset shapes, but not an exhaustive collection. This is why you’ll appreciate the ability to create a custom shape tailored-made for your presentation. Keynote has a range of tools geared to helping you create custom shapes.
The OS X Color Picker is a system wide tool for working with colors in your apps. While simple to use it is also feature rich with a range of hidden options that will save you time and effort when it comes to working with colors in all your Mac apps.