Maccast 2021.02.21

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Podcast


Download today’s show here! MC20210221.mp3 [46.8 01:26:01 64kbps]

A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Episode 777. What Dan Riccio might be up to. Apple TV+ expands family friendly titles. What’s unfolding for iPhone. Apple self driving vehicle stats. Apple could announce AirTags, maybe. First M1 malware arrives. First alleged look at AirPods 3. iMac as a second display. To mesh or not to mesh. Mac OS Mail keyboard navigation. Links in email signatures. Apple materials and allergies. Save Live Photos from Messages. Siri you’re too loud (or soft).

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  1. RIchard Deeks | Feb 28 2021 - 09:57

    I’m experiencing a problem with iPad and pages. My external Apple keyboard is selecting docuements when I push the space bar. I’m running 14.4 which is the latest version. Any body else experiencing this?
    What’s the fix? Never had this problem before. I’m expecting it’s the latest up date.

  2. Brett Atkin | Mar 03 2021 - 05:57

    You talked about email signatures. Personally, I like that Apple Mail doesn’t allow you to easily create tricked up email signatures with images and such. I wish all email clients did not. I’ve only used Mail for the last 10 years so not sure if other clients do this but when I get an email with a logo or social media icons in it, Mail indicates the message has an attachment. Many times clients have sent me documents that I miss because I see the attachment icon, see a graphic in their sig line and assume that is the attachment. The other thing I don’t like is when I receive an email with a number of attachments and click the save all, any images in the sig line get downloaded as well.

    Save the branding for marketing emails, not every day communication.

    I may not always agree with you, but I enjoy your enthusiasm and very informative podcasts each week.