October 25, 2014
1. Enable Dark Mode in OS X
One of the great novelties of OS X Yosemite that many users thought was just a beta bug, is the Dark Mode. For the first time, the Apple operating system for Mac allows all its menus and interfaces to be darkened. For this we will only have to open the System Preferences and in the General menu, activate the menu bar and dark dock.
2. Share screen in iMessage
If before sharing the screen in OS X was simple, through the Share menu, now it is much more. If we are chatting with a user through iMessage (Apple messages), we will only have to click on Details and click on the two overlapping boxes. There we can choose between inviting a user to share our screen or request that another user share theirs.
3. Signature via Trackpad or Camera
In this case, this trick works on both MacBook Pro and iMac with Magic Trackpad. The Mail application, which we already analyzed in the beta version of OS X Yosemite, allows you to sign documents in two different ways: by holding your handwritten signature on white paper on the iSight camera or by signing with your finger directly on the Apple trackpad.
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