When Apple first released the Touch Bar on its 2016 MacBook line, I was really impressed. In fact it was an amazing demo; the ultimate party trick.
Here is a dynamically changing range of buttons and controls that adapted depending on the app you were using. You can customize the layout in true Apple style, which means it was easy, intuitive, and even fun.
But I’m a pretty simple guy.
I run Google Chrome. Spotify. Maybe the calculator some days when I feel really adventurous. And this is all.
From time to time, if I’m on the go, which never happens these days, I edit videos or at least parts of videos for Stark Insider using Premiere Pro.
There the idea of the Touch Bar seemed intriguing. Having shortcuts close to the keyboard sounds great in theory and could potentially save you time when editing (I’m already the slowest video editor in the world, so I’m not sure it’s important).
When the time came, however, I found myself simply …
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