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7. November 2018

Parallels Toolbox 3 Released With Dark Mode and Other macOS Mojave Features

Parallels Toolbox for Mac has been updated with a handful of macOS Mojave features, including Dark Mode support and the ability to annotate screenshots with the new and improved systemwide Take Screenshot tool.

Parallels Toolbox 3, a free update for existing users, features three new tools for quickly uninstalling apps, viewing local times in various locations around the world, and revealing files and folders that are normally hidden in macOS.

The complete list of new and enhanced features added in Toolbox 3, as outlined in Parallels‘ press release:

Uninstall Apps: Easily remove applications and their files with a single click for faster removals. [...]
 
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6. November 2018

How to Let a Contact Bypass iOS 12’s Do Not Disturb Mode Without Adding Them to Your Favorites List

In iOS 12, Do Not Disturb mode conveniently allows you to silence all calls, alerts, and notifications on iPhone or iPad for a given period and reduce the potential for unnecessary distractions.

Aside from new time-limited options in iOS 12’s Control Center, Do Not Disturb can be turned on and scheduled ahead of time by going to Settings -> Do Not Disturb. Among these settings, there’s also an Allow Calls From option for which you can choose Everyone, No One, or Favorites.

Given these last three choices, it would seem fair to assume that the only way to let specific contacts get through to you when Do Not Disturb is on, is to add them to your [...]

 
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31. Oktober 2018

Microsoft Office für Mac demnächst mit Dark Mode

Microsoft will in Office für den Mac demnächst einen Nachtmodus einbauen, der das Arbeiten in dunklen Räumen erleichtert. iPhone&iPad

 
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26. Oktober 2018

Google’s Upcoming ‚Night Sight‘ Mode for Pixel Phones Captures Remarkable Low-Light Photos

At a media event in New York City earlier this month, Google previewed a new low-light camera feature called „Night Sight“ that uses machine learning to choose the right colors based on the content of the image. The result is much brighter photos in low-light conditions, without having to use flash.

Google showed a side-by-side comparison of two unedited photos shot in low light with an iPhone XS and its latest Pixel 3 smartphone with Night Sight, and the photo shot on the latter device is much brighter.

Google said Night Sight will be available next month for its Pixel smartphones, but an XDA Developers forum member managed to get the feature to [...]

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