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Online — Jul 7th 2020

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Two weeks after the WWDC, we had our biggest audience yet, to listen to Euan's carefully prepared synopsis. Looking briefly at the changes to the upcoming iOS 14 snd Mac OS Big Sur (likely to be known as Mac OS 11 rather than 10.16). With a selection of videos, we were shown the exciting future of Macs running on Apple's own ARM chips, possibly appearing in a Mac by the end of the year… Read more…

Online — Jun 23rd 2020

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The point of Tony’s presentation was to get us all producing attractive documents, be they Pages documents or Keynote slides. We first looked at a few of the templates that Apple provides - all very well designed and a good place to start. Tony then moved on to his self designed layout and took us through the reasoning behind the size and positioning of each element. He was working on principles that Robin Williams… Read more…

Online — Jun 9th 2020

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Stuart took great pains to walk us through some fairly technical stuff, explaining how all our devices, Mac, iPads & iPhones are based on the same kernel called Darwin. This was launched with OS X in 2001. Macs had worked by developing the Classic systems up to OS 9 but to progress further, Apple needed to either buy in an OS (which they considered) or start with a clean sheet of paper. At launch, OS… Read more…

Online — May 26th 2020

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Probably the most hilarious presentation we've ever had! Let me explain. John Ansell has created a web site for his grandchildren to draw on, working together from wherever they are in the world. He talked us through the thought processes and how he went about it but then allowed the AUGWessex "grandchildren" to have a go and that's where it descended into hilarious chaos!

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Online — May 12th 2020

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Tony Still gave the Keynote - a pretty comprehensive description of how to produce greetings cards using Pages. (A typically professional looking Keynote - perhaps we could persuade Tony to do one on graphic design!) He covered how different paper folds would require graphics/text in different areas of your A4 sheet, some being upside-down, different fonts and where to get graphics if you don't want to use your own photo, chiefly those inbuilt in Pages… Read more…

Online — Apr 28th 2020

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David Parnell bravely admitted to falling for a scam. He talked us through how an issue with updating a GPS device led him to looking online for answers. The site he found included the name of the manufacturer so looked genuine but was anything but. His "helper" offered to investigate why the update wasn't working by checking David's machine. Of course, many genuine help desks will also take over your screen so suspicions… Read more…

Online — Apr 14th 2020

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In our second online offering, about 25 people heard David Moon take us through Apple's Continuity. Whilst most of us will have used the odd part of what's available, there's far more than some of us realised. That meant that there was a lot to cover which David did in his usual, efficient manor making it much clearer. However, if it was too much to take in, there's a small re-run this coming Tuesday… Read more…

Online — Mar 31st 2020

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Today saw the first of our online meetings, our response to not being able to meet in person. This was very much a trial for us to get used to the processes. Mick gave us a brief run through of Cloud Computing using Keynote Live whilst members were able to ask questions and have a general Q&A session afterwards using FaceTime. The Keynote worked perfectly but there were a few hiccups with the… Read more…

Fareham — Mar 14th 2020

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Spreadsheets
Mick first of all talked us through some or the terminology used for spreadsheets and explained that Apple's Numbers treats a spreadsheet as a huge piece of paper which can have multiple tables on, each with as many rows and columns as you wish. He then said that spreadsheets can be used as a simple database, holding text as well as numbers and equations. But the main part of the presentation… Read more…

Dorchester — Mar 10th 2020

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David Moon ran through Markup as it is used in Notes, Mail on IOS and attachments in Mail on Mac OS, but also how, with the latest systems, to link from Mac to IOS device to create a drawing. Preview has a greater range of options in Markup which David suggested should be covered on a separate occasion. Whilst using Markup on Photos on the Mac, David showed how to call an IOS device to… Read more…
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