Did you know that Safari can auto-close a newly-launched tab when you’re finished reading it? That’s just one of the things you’ll learn in today’s MGG. Dropbox’s accessibility hacks, editing EXIF on iOS, the security of hidden Wi-Fi networks, enabling Universal Clipboard, and managing macOS Sierra’s multiple monitors are more. Plus, have you ever wanted to know the origins of the word, ‘kludge”? Download today and listen!
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Show NotesNote: Shownotes are complete! Stuff mentioned:
- Safari for Mac: Safari keyboard and other shortcuts (2:16)
- Dropbox responds to accusations its Mac desktop client hacks OS X security (5:31)
- ViewExif for iOS (9:09)
- EXIF Edit Free
- CleanMyMac 3 (with uninstall sorted by last launch date) (11:54)
- MoCA and surge protection (13:03)
- Kludge! (14:05)
- Griffin iMic (16:45)
- Audio Technica ATR2USB
- Yamaha AG06 USB Mixer
- Isochronous Timing
- Recommended settings for Wi-Fi routers and access points (including "hidden" network) (32:07)
- Apple AirPort Extreme (42:06)
- Web of Trust (47:23)
- How to Use Universal Clipboard on Mac, iPhone, iPad (59:24)
- If Share options or Markup is missing after upgrading to OS X Yosemite or El Capitan (1:02:35)
- Moom (1:06:36)
- GigGab Podcast (1:17:12)
- The Small Business Show
- iCloud Photo Library (1:20:16)
- The Mac Geek Gab iPhone app
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- BackBeat Media Podcast Network
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