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The set of features Apple calls Continuity turn the iPhone into a part of the Mac. No. Selecting by Clicking To highlight multiple files in preparation for moving or copying, use one of these techniques: Highlight all the icons. His back is weak because he won't try to sit up. He thought that the slow movements might mean that he was preparing to pounce, as cats do. At any time, you can see a complete list of the memorized Web passwords by choosing SafariÆ PreferencesÆPasswords. Figure 4-16: Click the “today’s date” pane to expand the second pane, which shows the month. One of the windows looking upon the courtyard gave also a glimpse of the lawn. The Network status screen (Figure 10-1) brings home the point of multihoming: You can have more than one network connection operating at once. Open iBooksÆPreferencesÆStore and turn on “Download new purchases automatically. As Figure 10-6 illustrates, all you have to do is tell it where you are. She was standing inside the secret garden. chapter 1: how the mac is different 31 Window Controls One more title bar trick: By double-clicking the title bar, you minimize the window (see page 34). As your cursor enters the target window, a shaded outline appears inside the window’s boundaries—the Mac’s way of letting you know it understands your intention. They say as Mr Craven can't bear to see him when he's awake an' it's because his eyes is so like his mother's an' yet looks so different in his miserable bit of a face. You can also prevent just one particular program from reopening its documents the next time—at the time you’re quitting it. Perhaps the beginning is just to say nice things are going to happen until you make them happen. She thought she remembered the corners she must turn to find the short corridor with the door covered with tapestry--the one Mrs Medlock had come through the day she lost herself. Once you enter Full Screen mode by clicking the green ƒ button at upper left (see page 160), it’s almost exactly like surfing the Web on the iPad. This search box incorporates the same pop-up suggestions lists and “search tokens” as regular file searching in the Finder.