I’d like to set up some iPads so that our musicians can all follow along with what’s on the mac’s screen. This may also be useful for helping visually impaired people to see what is on a projector screen. Previously I’ve used VNC but it’s a bit complex to set up. There are various options […]
You can use any monitor with the new Mac mini 2018. (Except for an Apple one because they don’t make them any more!) The Mac mini has a HDMI port for a display, but you can also plug a monitor into any of the 4 USB-C ports. My strong advice it try to get a […]
Back in December I wrote this article about how Apple no longer sell any displays. Since then Apple have started selling aÂ nice LG display that works with MacBooks. This has been designed in conjunction with Apple so that you can control theÂ display’s volume and brightness from the Apple computer. It essentially functions as an Apple […]
One of the features I use regularly in the display settings of OS X is the adjustment of the gamma setting of my monitor. Â This is useful because it can lighten up dark movies when you are watching them on your Mac. Â The gamma setting is only available in the “expert” mode of display settings […]
When you plug a projector (or second monitor) into your Macintosh laptop or computer for the first time it will probably display a different screen to your main display. Â To see the same on both screens you ned to turn on ‘mirroring’ in the displays preferences.