New Yawk, NY Registered: I will let you know about my experience with the Satechi. Wed Sep 13, 8: Kensington has a bluetooth laser pointer that is suppose to work with OSX 11 although they don’t say anything about iOS. Note that one of my peers also has the same “clicker” and had to make sure that his Preferences didn’t disable his trackpad while it was plugged in what idiot made that the default?
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Also note that you can only advance and reverse through the pages, the other capabilities appear to be non-functional. Specs says Windows and dont mention Mac.
Aug 6, Posts: In other words I want to do more than simply shine the laser on the wall.
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Choose whichever you like and see if it works, chances are it will. Amsterdam, the Netherlands Registered: New Yawk, NY Registered: Jun 11, Posts: Murphy’s Law unfortunately dictates that Apple likes to eliminate 3rd party tweaks, which sucks.
The Satechi is the only device I’ve seen that seems to fit the bill although I’m very nervous to buy something from a company that I’ve never heard of.
Perhaps turn slides or even write on the r8000. Do professionnal Logitech laser pointers work with either Macs or the iPad Pro? I don’t want the Spotlight which seems to work with the Mac I have the R and have used it successfully with my MacBook Pro touchbar.
I have not tried it with my iPad due to the USB issue. I will let you professiknal about my experience with the Satechi. Interesting I’m look at a webpage that says MS PowerPoint has a built in laser pointer feature for the iPad which in some ways offers a partial alternative for a standalone laser https: That being said, reviews on Amazon suggest that it works as long logutech you map the keys.
Kensington has a bluetooth laser pointer that is suppose to work with OSX 11 although they don’t say anything about iOS. The spotlight model explicitly says that it does: Grilgar Ars Praefectus Tribus: I’ve used one WAY back in the past, but think that logifech have had its own receiver that plugged into the Mac.
Wed Sep 13, 8: I don’t want the Spotlight which seems to work with the Mac. Wed Sep 13, 9: Aug 7, Posts: Powerpoint, Keynote and the like all know to look for keypresses and pretty much use the same ones.
And I would prefer to get a green rather than a red laser because it would work better in a classroom with the lights on. Note that one of my peers also has the same “clicker” and had to make sure that his Preferences didn’t disable his trackpad while it was plugged in what idiot made that the default? Sep 20, Posts: If it is BT or something like that, more than likely it would work, but a specific model would make it easier to find out.
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A quick question that is work related. Got an example of one in particular? Pressnter edited by Stephen Daedulus on Wed Sep 13, 8: Thu Sep 14, 7: Wed Sep 13, 7: