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Thanks Alan! I have not "swiped my magic mouse"!! but will give it a shot.
There's not a thing that your PC can do, that the Mac can't do. And once you get accustomed to the Mac Operating System (it's Linux based... and there's no question there's a learning curve)... I think you'll find that there's nothing that PC's do "better", except for pricing.
Hi Alan ~ Thanks again for your tips. I don't mean to offend all the Mac loyalists. I did take a class and that's where I found out about changing the size of the scroll bar - I'm pretty sure I've got it as big as it will get. The back button is the one to go back to the page you just used - pain in the butt IMO. We'll see - it may in fact end up as a $2K failure - I know you all love your Macs but while I certainly am not in love with PCs there are some things they do better.
the navigation bar can be moved (I have mine at the bottom) and easily resized... to make it larger and easier to see, or smaller and more innocuous... or it can be removed completely.
not sure what's wrong with the back button... we have a delete button as well as a back button... both function the same... if you want the delete button to work the same way as the PC... just hold down the "option" button as you click "delete".
there are solitaire sites aplenty that work with the mac... I've been enjoying this one: https://apps.facebook.com/solitaireblitz
yes, it'll take some time to get used to... but if you're intent on disliking the mac, and not interested in "learning" it's issues... you'll fail.
the ipad is an entirely different operating system, and functions completely differently than the mac... it's the same system as the iphone. Very easy, but far less powerful.
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Hi Kawain - I think our MLS works with a Mac but maybe there are problems with some of the forms. A lot of agents are using Ipads. I can't decide if I'll go that route or get some other tablet.
As with any new technology, there's a learning curve. Once you've given it a chance, I think you'll find the Mac to be a powerful, and easy to use tool.
If you're having problems with an internet-based program... try changing to a Mac-native browser, like Safari... or download the latest version of Firefox ... I use Firefox, and find it works better than Explorer ever did.