100 Skills for Mac You Might Want to Learn – Part 2

On April 30, I shared you a post named “100 Skills for Mac You Might Want to Learn“. Today I would like to share with you the second series of 100 skills for Mac.

11. Keying with Keynote
Keynote can be used not only for presentations, but also for drawing pictures. Drag the picture into Keynote Select the right tool “Image” – “Instant Alpha”, and then drag and drag the last point of the picture wants to be cissed.

If the picture is more complex, you should slowly buckle a few more times.

If you want to export a buttoned picture, you can click the menu bar “File” – “Export as” – “Image” Select the slide on which page of the picture, select the format to export on the line. If you want to export a low-transparent picture, set the background of the slide to No Fill, then export PNG with the steps you just did and tick “Export with transparent background” to do so.

12. Extract software icon
To save a picture of the software icon You can find the software in the Applications folder You can click on the “Show Package Content” and “Contents” – “Resources” inside there will usually be a file called “AppIcon.icns” Double-click to open it with “Preview” and then double-tap to click the left thumbnail, select “Export as” Select format save on the pNG format if you want transparent images

13. Mobile status bar icon
Hold down the command key, then drag the top status bar software icon to move the position of the software icon Go try it.

14. “Continuous interoperability” camera
Edit “Memorandums” in Mac, Pages, or, like third-party software Bear’s Palm, WPS, double-fingered at the input cursor, to insert a camera that adjusts your iPhone or iPad to take photos, scan documents, or quick-draw pictures If it’s convenient to use iPad and Apple Pencil.

15. Quickly find a file in a folder
If you have a lot of files in the catalog and want to find the file or folder you’re looking for quickly, you can quickly locate the file or folder by entering it directly on the keyboard if you know the name of the file or folder.

16. Install/uninstall font
Mac supports font file formats such as .ttf .otf .ttc. Mac to install fonts requires only one or more font files to be downloaded, and just click the “Install Font” button in the pop-up font installation window.

Or open the Font Book app and drag one or more font files to the Font Book window to install it.

You can also drag the font file to the system ‘fonts” folder.

Uninstall fonts can be removed from the Font Book. Or delete the font file directly in the system’s “fonts” folder.

If you install a font that you don’t want to use now but don’t want to uninstall, you can disable it in Font Book.

17. Activity monitor to see disk read and write speed
Open the Activity Monitor, open the Disk tab window, and you can see the real-time read-write speed of the Mac disk below. For example, if a Mac connects to a hard drive and handcuffs a file, you can see the approximate write speed of the hard drive on the Mac.

18. Left and right split screen window
Put the mouse cursor on the software green full screen window button, will show the window left and right split screen collage, this window full screen collage on the left side of the desktop, and then click on another software, will be collaged to the right side of the window. You can drag the middle split line to change the width ratio of the left and right windows. Press esc to exit the full-screen split screen.

If you hold down the option key while the mouse is suspended, you can move the window to the left or right side of the screen as a non-full screen.

19. No floating thumbnail display when screenshot
If you don’t want to display a temporary floating thumbnail in the lower right corner after the system screen or recording screen. You can press the “Shift” and then uncheck “Options” – “Show Floating Thumbnails”. The next time a screenshot or video screen will not appear.

20. Visit the pinion icon new folder
If you display the file as a list in the access window, if you want to create a new folder, you can click on the pinion icon in the toolbar above the window, and then select “New Folder” on it.