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Stop Your Cursor From Enlarging in OS X El Capitan

Posted by Lou TarDisk on

OS X El Capitan has a new feature that might confuse you a bit the first time you use it:  the “shake to locate cursor” option, which temporarily makes your mouse or trackpad cursor much larger, making it easier to locate if you lose track of it. It can be helpful for users with large or high-resolution displays, or those using multi-monitor setups. Other users may find it annoying or distracting, especially if they are accustomed to rapidly moving their mouse or trackpad cursor in a particular app. If you don't like or need this feature, you can disable it...

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My dashboard disappeared – what happened?

Posted by Lou TarDisk on

If you are one of those people that really liked to use the dashboard on your Mac and the new OS X El Capitan is driving you crazy without it – don't worry! You can still use it. OS X El Captain brought a lot of changes – one of which may get pretty annoying to Mac users who used their dashboard quite a bit. Once you install the new OS X, it looks like your dashboard simply disappeared. But actually, it's still there, it's just deactivated. Here's how to reactivate your dashboard: Go to the Apple menu> System Preferences...

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