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Ben came as quickly as he could and found the Rajah standing on his feet under a tree and looking very grand but also very beautifully smiling. Pictures, for example, don’t survive the transition, and not all of your Mac fonts are available on your phone.zip files await at wwwquicklookpluginscom. What do you want to say? he inquired. But there’s another way in, too, one that displays all your shared stuff in one handy master list. From there, drag them into the iPhoto window to import them. Which nobody knows except you. Sometimes for free. chapter 3: files, icons & spotlight 129 Spotlight Now you have access to the complete list of matches, neatly listed in what appears to be a standard Finder window. (You can also choose MessageÆRemove Attachments) Writing Messages Mail Drop: Sending Huge Attachments Since the dawn of email, we, the downtrodden masses, have been told over and over again: Don’t attach big files! Anything over about 5 megabytes is too big for most email systems. Tip: What’s cool, though, is that even when you’re running Windows, you can still access your Mac files and folders, as described below. Figure 12-9: Top: Teach Safari your credit card details by choosing Prefer­encesÆ​ AutoFill. But if you share the Mac only with a spouse, or trusted colleagues in a small office, you may have nothing to hide. The S key means Mute; tap it once to cut off the sound completely and again to restore its previous level. No, the Mac won’t type them in for you automatically anywhere, but it will maintain them in one central location that is, itself, password-protected. Mr Craven looked quite startled. (If you don’t see it there, then choose FinderÆPreferencesÆSidebar and turn on the O checkbox in the list of Places) Within your Home folder, you’ll find another set of standard Mac folders. Everything you were working on, including open programs and documents, is still onscreen, exactly as it was. For example, suppose you’re working in your browser on Desktop #3. Where is home? She doesn't know where home is! said Basil, with seven-year-old scorn.