Some questions about keynote and safari

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  1. BEASTMAN macrumors member

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    Hello all, just got my new macbook today and am messing around with some apps and have some simple questions.

    Keynote- How can I add reflections to text, pictures, shapes, etc. The option is faded out.

    Safari- I would like every pop up window to just show up in a new tab, the only option I can find is are links from other apps to open as tabs.

    Thanks everyone.
     
  2. gauchogolfer macrumors 603

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    Keynote - did you choose the graphic and then open the Inspector->Graphics->reflections and check the box? You should then be able to set your reflection amount.

    Safari- You don't have the option (at least in Tiger) to make links open automatically in new tabs. However, if you hold down command and click, it will open in a tab. I think Safari 3 behaves this way also.
     
  3. BEASTMAN thread starter macrumors member

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    thanks for the reply.

    I would check the box for reflection but it is grayed out and wont let me click it. I havnt tried with an image but it wont let me do it with text or a shape made in keynote.

    Thanks I guess I will have to find a plugin for safari then.

    Still would like to know what I need to do to fix the reflections in keynote though.
     
  4. BEASTMAN thread starter macrumors member

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    Anyone able to help me with those questions? Also...

    Keynote- are there built in text styles I am missing similar to office 2007?

    On keyboards with the fn key is there a way to remap what they do? I would rather use the expose keys instead of volume so can I assign the volume to use fn instead of expose?

    I changed my dock to black, is the a way to increase the reflection?

    Sorry for all the questions but thanks for at help.
     

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