A Cerebral Sunday Morning: HomePod, macOS Server, Novice NAS, and Your Questions Answered – Mac Geek Gab Podcast 694

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John and Dave return to answer your questions and share your tips… and theirs! Addressing The Novice NAS Conundrum, the question often comes up: does it make sense for NAS manufacturers to target the novice market? But that’s not all, your geeks get heady talking about HomePod and macOS Server, too. Plus we’ve got questions (and answers) about java, USB drives, and much more. Download… and enjoy!

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2 thoughts on “A Cerebral Sunday Morning: HomePod, macOS Server, Novice NAS, and Your Questions Answered – Mac Geek Gab Podcast 694

  • There are two good Illustrator alternatives available:

    Graphic at https://graphic.com and
    Affinity Designer at https://affinity.serif.com/en-us/designer/

    I have both and use them both. Affinity Designer has the better GUI for me but still has some bugs that affect what I do – I work with SVG and PDF files I produce from a Java app. Designer is Mac only.

    Graphic has really come a long way from it earlier days as iDraw. It was bought by AutoDesk and became better, but now appears to be owned by a company called Picta. As far as I can tell it does SVG Import/Export and PDF perfectly. The GUI seems to have improved also. A main advantage of Graphic is that apps are available for MacOS and iOS.

    I used Inkscape quite a while ago, but then the GUI wasn’t very good. I imagine it has improved, however I’m happy with Graphic and Designer now.

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