New Odd and Interesting Features in macOS Sonoma

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Comments: 9 Responses to “New Odd and Interesting Features in macOS Sonoma”

    Sheldon
    8 months ago

    Thanks bunches

    tuqqer
    8 months ago

    Was hoping the new Text Size feature for the Finder would also affect the menubar's font size, since that's the main reason most of us on most monitors can't use the default resolution (e.g. a 3840x2160 makes the menubar unreadable). But the text size only alters the file/folder names. Still! it's great to finally be able to go past the max 16 font size that has been baked into Mac OSX since birth.

    Heather Ramsay
    8 months ago

    Gary, what weather app are you using? I don't think I have one on my MAC Mini.

    Heather Ramsay
    8 months ago

    Never mind, I found it, duh.

    Jeri Kerns
    8 months ago

    And I just used one of the new features to add MacMost website to my Dock!!

    Jenny
    8 months ago

    I've got a new Mac Mini, running Sonoma 14.0. I cannot find the setting to stop the windows/screens from moving left or right out of view when I am trying to find something on line. I've been looking online for about an hour and can't find a solution. Hope you can help!

    8 months ago

    Jenny: Can you describe the issue in more detail? What, exactly, are you doing when this happens? Exact steps.

    Susan
    4 months ago

    Is there a feature in Sonoma that when you do a shut down on a MacBook Pro it doesn't stay shut down? When I shut down my computer the minute I open it up or just hit any key it automatically starts up. I always had to press the power key to start it up in the past.

    4 months ago

    Susan: Not new to Sonoma, but that is the way it has worked on MacBooks for a while now. Keep in mind there is no reason to shut down your Mac normally. See https://macmost.com/a-beginners-guide-to-whether-to-shut-down-or-sleep-your-mac.html

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