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Introduction to the Mac user-interface
Introduction to the Mac user-interface
The Mac desktop
The Mac desktop
The Menu-bar and the Dock
The Menu-bar and the Dock
A key difference: menu-bars
A key difference: menu-bars
MS Windows
MS Windows
Mac OS
Mac OS
The Desktop menu-bar in Mac OS
The Desktop menu-bar in Mac OS
Mac OS -- situation 1
Mac OS -- situation 1
Mac OS - situation 2
Mac OS - situation 2
Mac OS - situation 3
Mac OS - situation 3
Mac OS - situation 4
Mac OS - situation 4
Mac OS Finder is a bit like MS Windows Explorer
Mac OS Finder is a bit like MS Windows Explorer
Finder versus Windows Explorer continued
Finder versus Windows Explorer continued
The title-bar in a Mac OS program window
The title-bar in a Mac OS program window
The dock on the Mac OS desktop
The dock on the Mac OS desktop
The dock on the Mac OS desktop (continued)
The dock on the Mac OS desktop (continued)
Programs which open multiple panels
Programs which open multiple panels
Programs which open multiple panes (contd
Programs which open multiple panes (contd
Programs which open multiple panels (contd
Programs which open multiple panels (contd
The Mac keyboard
The Mac keyboard
The command key
The command key
The option key
The option key
A brief note on screen capture in Mac OS
A brief note on screen capture in Mac OS

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Introduction to the Mac user-interface

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1 Introduction to the Mac user-interface

Introduction to the Mac user-interface

The Mac user interface is subtly different from the Microsoft Windows interface So we will spend a few minutes pointing out some of the differences

2 The Mac desktop

The Mac desktop

3 The Menu-bar and the Dock

The Menu-bar and the Dock

4 A key difference: menu-bars

A key difference: menu-bars

MS Windows and the Mac OS treat menu-bars differently In MS Windows, each open program window has its own menu-bar In Mac OS, no program window has its own menu-bar

5 MS Windows

MS Windows

Each window below has its own menu-bar

6 Mac OS

Mac OS

No program below has its own menu-bar

7 The Desktop menu-bar in Mac OS

The Desktop menu-bar in Mac OS

In Mac OS, there is just one menu-bar This menu-bar belongs to the desktop When a program window is active, it takes over the desk-top menu-bar This means that the options in the desktop menu-bar change when a different program window becomes active

8 Mac OS -- situation 1

Mac OS -- situation 1

Below, the active window belongs to VLC Media player And VLC Media Player "owns" the desktop menu-bar

9 Mac OS - situation 2

Mac OS - situation 2

Below, the active window belongs to iTunes And iTunes "owns" the desktop menu-bar

10 Mac OS - situation 3

Mac OS - situation 3

No program window below is active The desktop menu-bar is controlled by a "default" program called Finder

11 Mac OS - situation 4

Mac OS - situation 4

In fact, when no program window is open, Finder controls the desktop menu-bar

12 Mac OS Finder is a bit like MS Windows Explorer

Mac OS Finder is a bit like MS Windows Explorer

Consider the situation below Suppose we click on the icon indicated by the arrow

13 Finder versus Windows Explorer continued

Finder versus Windows Explorer continued

When we click on the icon, we get a Finder window, as shown below We can use this window to navigate through the folders on the Mac hard drive

14 The title-bar in a Mac OS program window

The title-bar in a Mac OS program window

Although no Mac OS program window has a menu-bar, each program window does have a title-bar The title-bar contains some buttons as well as the program title These button allow us to maximize, minimize or close the window

15 The dock on the Mac OS desktop

The dock on the Mac OS desktop

The dock contains several items, including icons for launching important programs an icon for the trash-can Below, arrows point to dock icons for iTunes, PhotoShop, FinalCut, AfterEffects, Quicktime and the trash-can

16 The dock on the Mac OS desktop (continued)

The dock on the Mac OS desktop (continued)

The dock also contains icons for minimized program windows Compare the docks on the two screen-shorts shown here in the top screen-shot, an iTunes window is open in the bottom screen-shot, the iTunes window has been minimized the icon for the minimized window can be seen in the dock, just to the left of the trash-can icon

17 Programs which open multiple panels

Programs which open multiple panels

Many programs open several several dis-connected window panels This is fine, if you run only one program at a time and have a plain desktop which is empty, except for the dock Below, PhotoShop has three panels open Note that the blue area is NOT part of any PhotoShop window panel

18 Programs which open multiple panes (contd

Programs which open multiple panes (contd

Multi-pane programs can be confusing if you run several programs at the same time Below, PhotoShop has three window panels (see the blue arrows) And iTunes has one window panel (see the red arrow) It is easy to be confused into thinking that the blue area and the iTunes window are panels in the PhotoShop window

19 Programs which open multiple panels (contd

Programs which open multiple panels (contd

Multi-panel programs can be very confusing if you have a picture desktop and have several multi-panel programs running at the same time Can you tell what is happening below?

20 The Mac keyboard

The Mac keyboard

There are several different Mac OS keyboards, just as there are several MS Windows keyboards A few of the keys on Mac OS keyboards are worthy of attention

21 The command key

The command key

This key is often used in combination with other keys to make keyboard shortcuts for executing commands

22 The option key

The option key

This key is also often used in combination with other keys to make keyboard shortcuts for executing commands

23 A brief note on screen capture in Mac OS

A brief note on screen capture in Mac OS

All MS Windows keyboards have a button labelled "print screen" which can be used to capture the current contents of the screen Mac OS keyboards do not have such a key Instead, we can use a program called Grab Or, we can use one of the following keyboard shortcuts cmd+shift+3 saves an image of the entire screen to a file on disk cmd+shift+4 displays a cross-hair cursor which can be dragged over a smaller area if the screen required area (while the cross-hair is showing, a press of the space-bar brings up the further option to select a specific window for the image)

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