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If you can read it you likely don't need it
on February 17, 2012
Mac Kung Fu gives 300 tips on Lion. Though I've been using my MacBookPro for six years, I'm still confused by AppleTalk in many situations. The jargon needs a glossary with drawings or photos of what these words mean. Mac Kung Fu uses the jargon freely and that leaves me perplexed frequently. Here is a short example:
"Tip 298 Invert a Selection of Files
"This is a useful trick if you need to select a lot of files at once, with the exception of a handful. However, it only works on the desktop or in icon view within Finder
"Start bu selecting the files you don't want to include in your selection. This can be done by holding down Command and clicking them. Then press and hold the Command key and use the mouse to rubber-band-select all the files You should find that the selection inverts--files that weren't selected now are, and those that were are automatically unselected."
I tried this several times -- not even sure what it was I was seeking to do -- and never had any luck.
Lion is sufficiently complicated already without a set of tips and help that are difficult to understand. For some users, the language will be fine, I'm certain. But for those checking in from a lifetime of PC it is a hard row to hoe.