In my previous article I covered several of the main features of BusyMac’s BusyContacts application. Today I want to finish off reviewing this excellent program. I have taken the liberty of including my main screen shot from the previous article. Be sure and double click it into a separate browser window so you can follow along.
The Option Key (⌥ ) on the Mac is like a “Swiss Army Knife” modifier key. In the old days it was referred to as the “Open Apple” key. This is a great article on ways to use the Option Key. It does much more than most people realize, yours truly included. Give it a read, you are bound to learn something new and useful.
Do you ever have any problems with iTunes requiring you to enter your Apple ID password several times when you open it? You would not believe how much grief people have over this issue. Typically, I have to put in my password 3-4 times! Extremely annoying to say the least. But, I “may” have found a solution.
In keeping with my previous article on adjusting and eliminating system sounds you might want to give this article a read. Especially if you need to adjust sound during presentations. Can’t count how many times I have seen people’s systems sounds (and screen savers!) interrupt their presentations.
The BusyCal calendar app by Busymac software has been around for a few years now. I know many people use it so I guess I am a newbie to the group. I just got tired of the look and wonkiness of Apple’s Contacts and iCal applications. So, I have ventured out into BusyCal and BusyContacts and am very glad I did.