To set the Z34c to optimize for text (or other modes) on the remote control, follow these steps. 1. Click MENU (the hamburger button on the left.) 2. Click + Shows "Quick View." 3. Click + or - buttons to scroll to "Text" 4. Click MENU -> Save and Return 5. Click MENU to exit.
geoduck: Leventhal's article has some comments about ZFS licensing. And I think you're right about Time Machine.
geoduck. I take a different approach. I say, "I'd like to pay with my Apple Watch" and smile. Sure, they often don't know what I'm talking about. But I feel like I'm doing my part to educate people and inspire them. I explain how it would work, and they're genuinely interested. Every once in awhile, a clerk will smile when I try Apple Pay and it happens to work. They're amazed. My barber, a woman, uses a Square Apple Pay gadget that connects to her Samsung Galaxy phone via Bluetooth, and it works. So there are pockets of knowledge that…
jrguk: I meant Apple. Apple, of course, has made a big thing out the fact that it doesn't want to know.
Since moving my HP display to bus #2, by itself, I've only had one lockup. It was caused by Safari. The Screen Saver lockups have stopped. I don't have a technical explanation. The short time of testing since June 3rd may mean nothing. But, I'm more pleased than I was. Sierra won't go on this production Mac for quite awhile, so nothing to report there.
Yep, we're aware of this. Some sponsors just insist on Flash ads.
furbies: That goes WAY back, but you're right! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macintosh_File_System
iJack. Jeff G. listed the Macs that support macOS Sierra. http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/article/macos-sierra-drops-support-for-several-mac-models
Time Capsule is not RAID level 5.
Parka. That's the kind of cable-service-like runaround we don't like to see from Apple. On instinct, I moved my HP display from Bus #1 to Bus #2 and made sure no other device is on that bus. Will report if that helps. See the diagram in: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202801