I finally upgraded from Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.6 to 5.7.1. While logged into my Adobe account, I saw that my telephone and postal mail options in Communication Preferences were checked. Bad form!
Justin Searls published a nifty post with animated GIF images that explain how to enable a low light filter on an iPhone running iOS 8. This is super helpful when reading in a dark room, and I’m stoked I don’t have to jailbreak. The end result: triple–click your home button to toggle the low light filter. Squee!
I couldn’t go back to sleep at 04:00, so I finally posted a list of applications I use in OS X.
Shortly after OS X Mountain Lion was released, James — or J–Huff, as I’d like to call him — let me know that I should give Mail another try. (I’m a longtime Mozilla Thunderbird user.) While I don’t have a HiDPI (retina) laptop, he said I would settle into Mail just fine, and will wonder why I ever used Thunderbird.
While getting accustomed to Mail, I tried to figure out a way for a keyboard shortcut to move selected messages to a folder I designate. (Reason: Mail uses a default “Archive” folder that I can’t change like my Drafts, Sent, Trash, or Junk folder. I previously setup an “Archives” folder.)
So, I’m really glad I stumbled onto Matt Gemmell’s post, “Favorite Mailboxes in Lion Mail”. I now have keyboard shortcuts to move one or more messages to any of these folders very quickly:
- Inbox (Command-Control–1)
- Archives (Command-Control–2)
- Automattic (Command-Control–3)
- @Action (Command-Control–4)
By the way, the reason why I used Thunderbird because it’s open source, and I could switch easily from Eudora. Isn’t that a blast from the past?
If you have any other Mail tips, please leave a link in the comments. Thanks!