Aw, thanks, Ian. I'm very happy you enjoyed it!
Why, thank you, Lee! I appreciate it.
Hey Mike, It might be time to take some more drastic steps. Have you tried logging out of your iCloud account on your iPhone and then logging back in? If not, that would be a good place to start—but be sure that you've backed up your important iCloud data first (instructions are here: http://support.apple.com/HT204055). If that doesn't help, I would consider restoring my device if I were you. Sorry you're having trouble. :( —Melissa
Hey Paul! You're welcome! Thanks for reading. I'm not filled with seething hatred for the last couple of versions of iTunes, but I'm sure not a huge fan. I find that a lot of folks experience what you did—the interface isn't as intuitive, so whereas longtime Mac users just "know" where to find things in most programs, iTunes' differences make it…difficult…to do so. Apple giveth, and Apple taketh away, I suppose. —Melissa
Hey wab95! I'm the opposite way—I use shortcuts whenever possible, as I'm just much faster with them than I am with the trackpad. Perhaps I too need some sort of "Clockwork Orange"–esque desensitization program to teach me that it's OK to take my hands off my keyboard. But the suggestion that you could ask Siri about Mac keyboard shortcuts is a GREAT idea. If I had the tiniest shred of pull with Apple, I'd tell them to do that! —Melissa
Agreed, Mike! It's very frustrating to me when details like this get overlooked. :(
No problem. Sorry for the confusion!
Hey Polimon, Do you have "Open events in separate windows" already off? If so, you wouldn't be having this problem. So far I've seen four Yosemite Macs have this same issue, but if you're not experiencing it, then perhaps it's only affecting some folks. It certainly was irritating me. —Melissa
Thanks, Lee! You're too kind.
You're welcome, wab95! Hope you're able to get your daughter to…er…*listen* to you.