Want to manually adjust the backlighting on your MacBook Pro keyboard? You can do that easier than you might think. With the push of a few buttons, you can turn the brightness of the keyboard backlighting up, or you can turn the brightness of the keyboard backlighting down (or even off). The secret is simply to know which keyboard buttons to press to control keyboard backlighting and to adjust it manually. On MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and MacBook with backlit keyboards, you will use F5 and F6 to turn keyboard backlighting brightness up or down. • Use F5 to turn the backlit keyboard brightness down • Use F6 to turn the backlit keyboard illumination brightness up These two keys are at the top of the keyboard on Macs that support the feature. This includes all new model MacBook Air and MacBook Pro machines, though older Macs may not have the dedicated keys and may require using the “Function” (FN) key to initiate the changes yourself. How to Stop the Mac from … [Read more...] about How-to Manually Adjust the MacBook Pro Keyboard Backlight
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But, have we seen enough evidence from just the first race to judge who's on the right track and who'll have to think again? On one side, we have the conventional thinkers who have taken the new rules at complete face value when it comes to dealing with the lost floor section. Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Haas, McLaren and Williams all have floors that taper at the rear as the regulations intended. They have largely steered away from having too much aerodynamic furniture on the floor's edge to redirect the airflow too. Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Haas, Mclaren, Williams floor comparison Photo by: Uncredited Meanwhile, Mercedes, Aston Martin, Red Bull and Alpha Tauri all have a very different solution that's been on their cars since testing, while Alpine joined their ranks at the first race of the season. The five teams employing this floor design have created a Z-shaped edge to their floor, with a section cutout around 200mm back from where the floor starts to taper. This has … [Read more...] about Are Z-shaped floors the way to go in F1 2021?