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10 Actually Useful Things You Can Do With the MacBook Pro Touch Bar
Comments: 8 Responses to “10 Actually Useful Things You Can Do With the MacBook Pro Touch Bar”
Thanks, Gary - until now I actually thought that the Touch Bar was an expensive waste of time and technology. I will now try some of these tips and tricks that are useful to me.
Quite useful. I had no idea there was that much functionality.
My issue is not the content of the Touch Bar, but the location of it. I am a touch typist, and I don't look at my keys at all for the most part. So to even see what is on the Touch Bar, I have to take my eyes off the screen, which I am not in the habit of.
Guess I just need to adapt.
Hi Gary. I always thought the touch bar was kinda of gee whiz option but as you pointed out it has some very useful aspects and am motivated to give them a try.
thanks Enjoy your daily tips
We just got a new macbook pro M1 but... I do 99% work on my iMac pro. I’ve tried using my ipad on the side with sidecar and touch bar but it was really buggy and unusable. What I would like is a mac app that would put a pseudo touchbar on the bottom of my screen above the dock and allow me to touch it with mouse clicks. Does such an app exist?
Kay: Indeed it does. I used it to make this video. https://redsweater.com/touche/
Best explanation of how to use the Touchbar I've come across.
Why is it that when I tap emojis on the Touch Bar sometimes it takes 5-6 taps before they are attached. Especially the note keys.
Glen: Sorry, I don't know. Seems to work with one tap for me.