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Use Hover Text To Make It Easier To Read and Type On a Mac
Comments: 5 Responses to “Use Hover Text To Make It Easier To Read and Type On a Mac”
This is the most useful video you have produce!
HI Gary. this is excellent. I am used to Windows where many applications allow of a control key and mouse scroll to alter the size of the display text. I missed that feature in Mac but tired the recommendations you made and they really work for me. thanks !
Gary, I liked this topic. I did find some unexpected behavior though. With 'Hover' turned on but not activated via the Command button several apps will show the enlarged text when entering text. So far, I have seen this in Apple mail, Simpenote, Scrivener, Drafts and TapForms. Don't know if you were aware of this behavior, but thought it might be something people should be aware of. Note - this happens without pressing the Command button or Locking the function with the triple press. Eric
Hi. Hover text just turned on without my input. It's already turned off in the settings so how do I get rid of it? Thanks.
Carol: Are you sure it is off? Check again. Maybe try turning it on and then off again.