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  1. There are at least two ways of getting round this...

    There are at least two ways of getting round this difficulty.

    Firstly, you can schedule Time Machine Backups using an app such as Time MachineEditor: TimeMachineEditor

    Secondly, you can disable...
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    It's life. It's the simplest things that one...

    It's life. It's the simplest things that one forgets or overlooks;D

    Ian
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    Hi, Have you tried: Select (top right) - then...

    Hi,

    Have you tried: Select (top right) - then tap on all the pictures you want to move or otherwise alter, delete etc?

    Ian
  4. A warm welcome to Mac-Forums and thank you for...

    A warm welcome to Mac-Forums and thank you for your post.

    According to Apple, your Mac is compatible with macOS Catalina (macOS Catalina is compatible with these computers - Apple Support).

    The...
  5. I don't think you can do this because I think...

    I don't think you can do this because I think Carbon Copy Cloner (CCC) sees the two Volumes as one Group.

    I would also advice that you BU everything anyway, irrespective of your Time Machine...
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    I'd say, "a glitch". One of those things:) ...

    I'd say, "a glitch". One of those things:) Certainly not an explanation, but......... :D

    Ian
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    Yes! An External Hard Drive (EHD) each for Time...

    Yes! An External Hard Drive (EHD) each for Time Machine and a cloned Backup.

    If you were to put TM and a Cloned BU on the same EHD and it failed, as they all do eventually, you've lost...
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    Assuming again that you have the Pro model, you...

    Assuming again that you have the Pro model, you can turn off "Photo Capture Outside the Frame" in Settings > Camera; BUT this does NOT change the image when viewed with the back camera - so, as Jake...
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    SuperDuper! (SD!) and its main competitor, Carbon...

    SuperDuper! (SD!) and its main competitor, Carbon Copy Cloner (CCC) are cloned Backups (BU).

    A clone is an exact copy of your Mac's HD and is also bootable - meaning that you can boot your Mac...
  10. Very interesting and very helpful feedback. ...

    Very interesting and very helpful feedback. Thank you for that.

    In other words, Smart Mailboxes do not behave the same way as standard Mailboxes - which obey the rules I mentioned in post #5.
    ...
  11. When you created the additional Smart Mailboxes...

    When you created the additional Smart Mailboxes on your iMac; did you save them "On My Mac" or "On iCloud"?

    The difference is that only Mailboxes saved "On iCloud" will sync via the Cloud to your...
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    Good point, Patrick. Answer is - I don't know. ...

    Good point, Patrick. Answer is - I don't know. I'll investigate.

    Ian
  13. Great news, Dave. Well done. Slightly...

    Great news, Dave. Well done.

    Slightly surprised that the new iMac shipped with macOS Mojave - although I guess there must still be some backlog of unsold Macs. It's always nice to get the latest...
  14. Brilliant work, Sly. Not allowed to give Rep...

    Brilliant work, Sly. Not allowed to give Rep points, but you certainly deserve praise.

    Ian
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    @poppi There is another way, but it depends on...

    @poppi

    There is another way, but it depends on having the appropriate version of iTunes. All the details are below including the minimum iTunes version needed. In your case, where it talks about...
  16. This could be related to how you have the...

    This could be related to how you have the settings:

    In order to sync photos taken on any device with each other and with the Mac; all devices need to have "My Photo Stream" turned on including the...
  17. Clever idea, Nick. But you; doesn't that mean...

    Clever idea, Nick. But you; doesn't that mean that krs had to do a Get Info on every app in order to see these comments?

    He said: " include a note that I can read just glancing down the apps...
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    You could be right, Bob, but I've never got it to...

    You could be right, Bob, but I've never got it to work. Then again, it may be that I've missed some option to do that.

    Ian
  19. Yes, that would work. I'm sorry I didn't quite...

    Yes, that would work. I'm sorry I didn't quite catch on as to what you wanted; particularly I should have recognised that you wanted to open Applications and have to do no more than glance down the...
  20. Hi Rod I don't know if this will help but I...

    Hi Rod

    I don't know if this will help but I recall an article on the subject by Kirk McElhearn and it's taken me ages to find it given that he writes articles all over the place.

    Anyway, I...
  21. Yes, you can do this - and I tested it with an...

    Yes, you can do this - and I tested it with an app I very rarely use - just in case, you know:)

    Go into Applications and from there, use File > New Folder.

    Say your app is called (as mine is)...
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    I also agree. Direct import to the Mac via USB,...

    I also agree. Direct import to the Mac via USB, either directly to Photos app or via Image Capture > Photos app, does not preserve the Folders/Albums.

    Using iCloud is not infallible, but usually...
  23. Hi and welcome. I'm afraid I have more...

    Hi and welcome.

    I'm afraid I have more questions than answers, but they are important.

    Firstly, have you had this Mac from new or did you get it second hand? If from previous owner, this Mac...
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    Well done you. And thanks for posting back. ...

    Well done you. And thanks for posting back.

    Ian
  25. Strictly speaking, you don’t need to in the sense...

    Strictly speaking, you don’t need to in the sense that as soon as you insert a DVD, the DVD player automatically kicks in.

    But if you’re interested, see post #10.

    Ian
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