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Beaminster — Dec 5th 2017

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It is obvious that the prospect of mince pies is a great enticement, to judge by the very good attendance of 20 people at our December meeting. They were rewarded (if that is the right word) by listening to Michael extolling the list of Things That Can Be Done on iPads and (to some extent) iPhones mainly under iOS11. This included the various options for creating different types of Notes, including making a scan (difficult… Read more…

Salisbury — Nov 28th 2017

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David brought the replacement projector and large screen which was set up and used for our November meeting with great success and approval.

After a Q&A where there were questions regarding silencing the start-up tone, recovering lost e-mails after up-grade to High Sierra and why are photos put in albums on iPad.

Brian showed us a short movie on how to design a small cup for… Read more…

Bournemouth — Nov 21st 2017

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13 members met for the first time at out new venue of All Fired Up.

Mick gave a Christmas-themed presentation on creating greetings cards from Photos on the Mac. You can choose any photo(s) from your library and turn them into a card using File>Create>Card. A number of formats are available and a card can include a second photo inside to complement the one on the front… Read more…

Dorchester — Nov 14th 2017

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David discussed sharing. First up, how to share an editable document on iCloud Drive or, with DropBox, share a folder, sharing files by logging in to a computer on the same network and also using a shared file server. Mick explained how to avoid these complexities as users on the same network can pass documents back and forth using the built-in User folder’s Public folder plus “Dropbox” (nothing to do… Read more…

Fareham — Nov 11th 2017

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There were 11 members at this meeting.

David gave us an interesting insight into the world of Digital Currency.
He showed us a presentation he prepared in 2014 on Bitcoin and the blockchain, and emphasised the significant changes in the scale of the operation just three years later. He then showed the iPhone app of Monzo Bank, one of the new online-only banks recently licensed by the Bank of England. He… Read more…

Beaminster — Nov 7th 2017

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15 members and 2 visitors attended a comprehensive presentation from Mick on how to create a celebration card on both Mac & iPad
Mick went through the process of opening photos, selecting card, choosing photos for both external and inside, text etc., on the ipad an app is required e.g. photo box was suggested , more apps available in the app store, going through the various processes to create your card.

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Salisbury — Oct 31st 2017

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12 members attended

The theme of our meeting was a look at some of our favourite Apps,

Brian demonstrated some features of editing in QuickTime Player, showing the various camera options, sharing your movies including recording whatever was being done on the screen, flipping a movie, speeding up the action.

Barry showed us a mapping and routing app. WAZE a free app. a good SatNav for iPhones, users are… Read more…

Bournemouth — Oct 17th 2017

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Nine members gathered in Solutions’ smart new shop to hear about High Sierra (Mac OS 10.13) from Tony Still.

In their determination to keep to the release schedule, it seems that High Sierra was released with a few fairly serious issues. Most have been fixed through a couple of updates, although XProtect (the built-in virus protector) still has problems (uses old virus data) [UPDATE: Looks like this has been fixed… Read more…

Fareham — Oct 14th 2017

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We had 11 members attending this meeting.

John gave an overview of how you could organise your photo collection and the things that each individual needed to consider.
He emphasised the importance of making at least 2 backups of the entire collection.

The second half of the meeting was devoted to discussions about any aspects of using digital photos on Apple devices.

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Dorchester — Oct 10th 2017

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Mick listed the hardware configurations that can be upgraded to IOS 11. Mildly underwhelmed by the update, he confirmed it is much more significant on the iPad than iPhone and particularly so for those fortunate enough to have an iPad Pro and Apple pencil. A feature specific to the iPhone is Emergency SOS: press the power button five times, the phone locks and lets you “slide” to emergency services. Touch ID is disabled… Read more…
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