Remote for Apple TV

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203777

Siri Remote or Apple TV Remote*

  1. Stay within range of your Apple TV when you use your Siri Remote, since the remote relies on Bluetooth. If you’re nearby but the volume controls don’t respond, move anything that blocks the path between your remote and the front of your television or receiver. For volume, your remote sometimes needs a line of sight to the IR sensor on the front of your home-theater equipment.
  2. Charge your Siri Remote or Apple TV Remote for 30 minutes using a Lightning to USB cable and a USB wall charger.
  3. Point your remote three inches away from your Apple TV. Then press and hold your remote’s Menu and Volume Up buttons for five seconds. If asked, place your remote on top of Apple TV to complete pairing.
  4. Unplug your Apple TV from the wall power outlet. Wait at least six seconds, then plug it back in.
  5. If you have an Apple Remote (aluminum or white), try it instead of your Siri Remote. Or, if you already set up your Apple TV, you can use the Apple TV Remote app for iOS to control your Apple TV.

    If you still need help, contact Apple Support.

 

Apple Remote (aluminum or white)

  1. Move anything that blocks the path between your Apple Remote and the front of your Apple TV, television, receiver, and sound bar.
  2. Unlink your Apple Remote to your Apple TV. On your Apple Remote, hold down Menu and Left for six seconds. Then on your Apple TV, look for  above an icon of a remote.
  3. Link your Apple Remote to your Apple TV. On your Apple Remote, hold down Menu and Right for six seconds. Then on your Apple TV, look for  above an icon of a remote.
  4. Unplug your Apple TV from the wall power outlet. Wait at least six seconds, then plug it back in.
  5. Replace the battery in your Apple Remote.

 

 

 

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FINDER TOOLBAR: How Add a file, folder, or disk on Finder Toolbar

How Add a file, folder, or disk on Finder Toolbar

Add a file, folder, or disk: Hold down the Command (⌘) key, then drag the item to the Favorites section. If you don’t see the Favorites section, go to Finder > Preferences > Sidebar, then select at least one item in the section. Add an app: Hold down the Command (⌘) key, then drag its icon to the Favorites section.

OS X El Capitan: Use the Keyboard Viewer

OS X El Capitan: Use the Keyboard Viewer

See where characters for other languages, and special characters and symbols, are located on your keyboard.
  1. Click the Input menu in the menu bar, then choose the input source for the language whose keyboard you want to view.

  2. Choose Show Keyboard Viewer from the Input menu.

    If the command isn’t shown, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Keyboard, click Keyboard, then select “Show Keyboard, Emoji, & Symbol Viewers in menu bar.”

  3. Press the key on your keyboard that corresponds to the character shown in the Keyboard Viewer, or click keys in the Keyboard Viewer.

    Press a modifier key, or a combination of modifier keys, to see special characters or symbols you can type. For example, hold down the Option key or the Option and Shift keys.

If you changed your input source or keyboard layout in step 1, be sure to change it back, if necessary.

If you don’t see a specific character or symbol, try using the Character Viewer.

To use emoji on the Mac

To use emoji on the Mac

  1. Position the cursor in any text field you’d like to insert an emoji, like posting a tweet for example.
  2. Press the command and control keys on your keyboard. Then press the space bar.
  3. That will launch the Characters palette.
  4. Click on the Emoji icon in the sidebar.
  5. Emoji are divided into several categories: People, Nature, Food & Drink, Celebration, Activity, Travel & Places, and Objects & Symbols.
  6. Click on whichever emoji you’d like to use and they’ll be inserted where you left your cursor.
  7. When you’re done, click on the red circle in the upper left hand corner of the Characters palette to make it disappear.

 

Enable Single Window Mode for Safari

You may have noticed that some links in Safari absolutely refuse to open in the same window. After a while this can leave you with several windows open at once – which can make your desktop a real mess.  You can, however, change this so that links that would normally open in a new window will now open in a new tab instead.

To do you need to launch the Terminal and type in the following:

defaults write com.apple.Safari TargetedClicksCreateTabs -bool true

Hit return the quit and restart Safari. Now all of your links that would normally open in a new window will open in a new tab. If you want to change back to the previous settings all you have to do is open Terminal and type in:

defaults write com.apple.Safari TargetedClicksCreateTabs -bool false

The close and restart Safari again.