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Fareham — Jan 28th 2012

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Our first meeting in the New year saw the Fareham section meeting in a new location, the Portchester Community School in White Hart Lane, Portchester.

We also were pleased to welcome two new people so that we had 11 people participating in the meeting.

The meeting kicked off with Alan Clemmy helping the group to setup so that we could contact the internet by introducing some of us to the concept… Read more…

Salisbury — Jan 25th 2012

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Things are on the up! With Bournemouth having slightly improved numbers last week and then this Salisbury meeting having more people than for some time, including two potential new members, we're probably doing something right.

There was not too much to sort out in the question and answer session this month so it was quite short and we moved on to Lionel's presentation on iTunes. The intention was to show us some of… Read more…

Bournemouth — Jan 17th 2012

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Another good turnout at Solutions and another good presentation from Mick. This time it was on the basics of iChat - the stuff we wanted to know about at the last iChat presentation but didnít get! He explained that it is possible to exchange text messages, and to have telephone & video chats. Using two screens (and hats off to Mick for lugging the second one all the way down and back up to the… Read more…

Dorchester — Jan 10th 2012

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John introduced the meeting, with 20 members present.

The first presentation was by Mick, on Garage Band
Very few present had used this. He demonstrated three things one can do with GarageBand.
First, how to prepare a mobile phone ringtone. Drag in mp3 file, trim to length (about 30s) and transfer to phone (easier if it is an iPhone).
Second how to add commentary to slide show
Drag jpegs… Read more…

Dorchester — Dec 13th 2011

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John opened the meeting and welcomed the 16 members present.

Michael presented 'Some elements of Pages'.
Pages is easy to use for basic functions, but is capable of more advanced jobs too.
He demonstrated inserting graphics into text, and showed how one can move the graphic around, and the text wraps automatically, as set by the Inspector. The Inspector can also be used to adjust the size and shape of… Read more…

Salisbury — Nov 30th 2011

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A good attendance and a lively meeting!

There were a few questions for the Q&A section, most of which were dealt with but as usual, there were a couple requiring investigation which was not possible as the offending Mac was not portable so still at home. However, we made some suggestions and await feedback.

Next, Michael ran through a short demo of Dragon Dictate. The accuracy was pretty good especially… Read more…

Fareham — Nov 26th 2011

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Nine members attended what will be our last meeting in the upper room in Wallington Village Hall. The next meeting at the end of January is planned to be held at Portchester Community School.

The topic this week was the production of slide shows from Aperture.
Derek introduced the topic by describing how many years ago 35mm colour slides were projected using two or more projectors onto screens with the slide changes… Read more…

Bournemouth — Nov 15th 2011

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The meeting at Solutions was quite well attended - a dozen people came to hear the three presentations.

The first was from Mick Burrell. In his usual clear and easily understandable stye Mick explained different routes to creating a web site and then of putting it onto the internet. As for creating, for a basic, simple site, iWeb is perfectly adequate. For a more ambitious production programs such as Freeway and RapidWeaver allow a… Read more…

Dorchester — Nov 8th 2011

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Michael - Dragon Dictate; Martin - Vintage Mac OS & the Development of OSX; Tom - IOS5 and iPad2; iCloud discussion.

John introduced the meting with 16 members present.

The first presentation was by Michael, who told us about Dragon Dictate.
He showed a video, which introduced the idea of creating a user profile, where the results of training the programme to recognise a user's voice were stored. Even after a short period… Read more…
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