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But if you want to edit them, you have to copy them to your Windows world first—onto the desktop, for example, or into a folder. I don't want to be queer, said Colin. If you’re posting a photo or video, a second pop-up menu at top right lets you indicate what album you want this item to land in—your Timeline or an existing photo album. Fortunately, Safari is well equipped to help you with this problem. But you can also fine-tune the blockade. 44 switching to the mac: the missing manual To switch a window from one view to another, just click one of the four corresponding icons in the window’s toolbar (Figure 2-3). (If you’d rather not have to scroll, click the tiny Show All button that appears at the right end of each row. They looked at the portraits and found the plain little girl dressed in green brocade and holding the parrot on her finger. You can also make any file, folder, or disk available for inspection by other people on the network. The Dock’s edges are already approaching your screen’s edges. On the right, you see the details of whichever appointment is selected) If you choose CalendarÆPreferences, you can specify what hours constitute a workday. You can see the idea in Figure 16-2. Figure 9-2: You know that stuff you read about earlier? Setting up printers from the Print dialog box? You can do the same work here. Chess Prefs Choose ChessÆPreferences to find some useful controls like these: Style. In the evening they had all sat round the fire, and Martha and her mother had sewed patches on torn clothes and mended stockings and Martha had told them about the little girl who had come from India and who had been waited on all her life by what Martha called blacks until she didn't know how to put on her own stockings. The pop-up menu here (which starts out saying “immediately”) is a handy feature. Tip: Messages, Apple’s own instant-messaging program, also offers free audiochats. He's th' worst young nowt as ever was! said Martha. Then, from the ¶ pop-up menu in the toolbar, choose Show Styles. Terminal is your keyhole into OS X’s Unix innards.