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May
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comment iPhone SE always uploads burst photos
A relaunch of the camera app, and a reboot have both done nothing to change this situation. All burst photos are being instantly uploaded to my Photo Stream. This is incredibly annoying, does nobody have any idea how to prevent this?
Apr
30
revised iPhone SE always uploads burst photos
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Apr
28
asked iPhone SE always uploads burst photos
Apr
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Apr
25
accepted Bluetooth MIDI in OS X Mavericks?
Apr
25
comment Bluetooth MIDI in OS X Mavericks?
OK, makes sense I guess. But MIDI over BT has existed prior to Yosemite for quite some time, via a dongle. This is a part of why I asked the question, it seemed that it was perfectly feasible to be added by a 3rd party rather than only by Apple.
Apr
24
comment Bluetooth MIDI in OS X Mavericks?
Thanks, however I don't think it's at all unusual to find some discussion, somewhere, regarding a particular feature not being supported in a very popular version of the OS. I could find nothing of the sort. I also was not asking about Apple-specific support, but support in general. In other words, perhaps there is some 3rd party solution to enable Bluetooth MIDI on Mavericks. Maybe this is not possible, but that's why I came here to inquire. Bluetooth MIDI is not an Apple-exclusive technology as far as I'm aware.
Apr
24
asked Bluetooth MIDI in OS X Mavericks?
Apr
5
comment Why does Messages on OSX always show unread messages?
Totally inapplicable here.
Mar
17
comment How to make VLC remember which display to pen on?
OK what the hell... I swear just 2 minutes after posting this, VLC is now opening on display 2 every time. WTF... no idea why or how. If it changes again I'll comment again.
Mar
17
asked How to make VLC remember which display to pen on?
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Feb
5
comment How to star-rate “Apple Music” files in iTunes on OS X
Oh also another observation. It's odd that this ratings feature doesn't work, because as soon as you add the song to your library - even leaving it on the cloud - you can rate it. I guess they don't want to link the ratings to a specific person if that person doesn't feel it's worth having in their library. But then why would you rate it if it wasn't? Seems like Apple could build up a great crowdsourced ratings library if they allowed direct star ratings of tracks regardless of library status. shrug
Feb
4
revised How to star-rate “Apple Music” files in iTunes on OS X
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Feb
4
comment How to star-rate “Apple Music” files in iTunes on OS X
BAH! The stars all disappear as soon as you leave that screen to another of Apple Music content. They do not persist when you return. Drat.
Feb
4
accepted How to star-rate “Apple Music” files in iTunes on OS X
Feb
4
comment How to star-rate “Apple Music” files in iTunes on OS X
Yeah it was an accidental find, I was shocked to see the star ratings at all, and even more so that I could edit them, but ONLY with more than one selected! So it obviously works, I wonder why Apple doesn't just plain let us star rate cloud music? Seems like it would be useful for them too, they could aggregate all that crowd-sourced data and show it to people so we could all see what the greater world thinks of a given track. Maybe it's coming in the future and this is evidence of a partial implementation?
Feb
4
comment How to star-rate “Apple Music” files in iTunes on OS X
A screenshot won't really show the steps, only the end result. But the steps are simple - 1. Go to the 'New' tab in iTunes and select something from Apple Music. 2. Select at least 2 songs 3. Right-click one of them and choose Get Info 4. Edit star ratings.