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    OneNote for iOS

    Collect your thoughts and ideas using OneNote from Microsoft.

    OneNote is a cross platform digital notebook with clients available for Mac, iPad, iPhone, PC and Android, as well as online access via your favourite browser and it's free!

    With 7GB of online storage for free and seamless syncing, OneNote allows you to create notebooks, sections and pages and populate them with text, tables and images. All your data is stored online and syncronised between all of your computers and devices.

    Date: 18th April 2014 Duration: 15:44
  • OneNote for iOS Description

    Collect your thoughts and ideas using OneNote from Microsoft.

    OneNote is a cross platform digital notebook with clients available for Mac, iPad, iPhone, PC and Android, as well as online access via your favourite browser and it's free!

    With 7GB of online storage for free and seamless syncing, OneNote allows you to create notebooks, sections and pages and populate them with text, tables and images. All your data is stored online and syncronised between all of your computers and devices.

    In this episode, I take a look at the iPad and iPhone apps and demonstrate some of the basic features of OneNote. Be sure to check out this week's Mac show - SCOM0448 - to review OneNote on the Mac.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Introduction to OneNote
    • Navigation
    • Adding Content
    • Tables and Images
    • Searching & Sharing
    • iPhone & iPod Touch App
  • SCOI0158

    TeamViewer Quick Support for iOS

    I've previously taken a look at TeamViewer, and how it can be utilised to remotely control your Mac, either from another Mac or an iOS device.

    But in this post PC world, how do we manage to remotely support iOS devices?

    TeamViewer Quick Support allows you to remotely diagnose or support iPads and iPhones from your Mac.

    Date: 11th April 2014 Duration: 14:04
  • TeamViewer Quick Support for iOS Description

    I've previously taken a look at TeamViewer, and how it can be utilised to remotely control your Mac, either from another Mac or an iOS device.

    But in this post PC world, how do we manage to remotely support iOS devices?

    TeamViewer Quick Support allows you to remotely diagnose or support iPads and iPhones from your Mac.

    It's not quite the holy grail of iOS remote support as you can't screenshare in real time, but you can see the current configuration of the remote device, and it provides a seamless way to capture screenshots and have them delivered to your Mac automatically. It's as easy as asking the person with the iPad to take a screenshot!

    TeamViewer Quick Support is free for personal or non-commercial use.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Start
    • Introduction
    • Running The Mac Client
    • Accessing the iPad
    • ScreenShots
    • Processes, Settings & Logs
    • From the iPad POV
    • Wrap Up
  • SCOI0157

    Picturelife - Photo Sharing and Backup - Part 2

    Following on from last week, I take a further in depth look at the Picturelife app for iOS.

    Picturelife is a web service that allows you to backup and share your photos and videos.

    As well as automatically uploading your photos and videos from iPhoto or Aperture, Picturelife will integrate with many of the other online services such as Flickr and FaceBook, allowing you to collect all your precious images and videos in a single place.

    Add in a gorgeous web app to update and view your images, as well as a fully featured iOS app to access your online libraries from your iPad or iPhone, Picturelife has become my Photo sharing service of choice.

    It even has built in editing tools so you can edit your photos online or on your iOS device, as well as some pretty cool ways of sharing photos with friends and family.

    Date: 4th April 2014 Duration: 17:33
  • Picturelife - Photo Sharing and Backup - Part 2 Description

    Following on from last week, I take a further in depth look at the Picturelife app for iOS.

    Picturelife is a web service that allows you to backup and share your photos and videos.

    As well as automatically uploading your photos and videos from iPhoto or Aperture, Picturelife will integrate with many of the other online services such as Flickr and FaceBook, allowing you to collect all your precious images and videos in a single place.

    Add in a gorgeous web app to update and view your images, as well as a fully featured iOS app to access your online libraries from your iPad or iPhone, Picturelife has become my Photo sharing service of choice.

    It even has built in editing tools so you can edit your photos online or on your iOS device, as well as some pretty cool ways of sharing photos with friends and family. But that's just for starters!

    Check out this week's Mac and iOS shows to get setup with the Picturelife free trial account, and see if it's the service for you.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Start
    • Part 2 Introduction
    • Connecting To External Services
    • Sharing via Email
    • Sharing via Privacy Settings
    • Wrap Up
  • SCOI0156

    Picturelife - Photo Sharing and Backup - Part 1

    In this companion show to SCOM0445, I take a look at the Picturelife app for iOS. Picturelife is a web service that allows you to backup and share your photos and videos.

    As well as automatically uploading your photos and videos from iPhoto or Aperture, Picturelife will integrate with many of the other online services such as Flickr and FaceBook, allowing you to collect all your precious images and videos in a single place.

    Add in a gorgeous web app to update and view your images, as well as a fully featured iOS app to access your online libraries from your iPad or iPhone, Picturelife has become my Photo sharing service of choice.

    It even has built in editing tools so you can edit your photos online or on your iOS device, as well as some pretty cool ways of sharing photos with friends and family.

    Date: 28th March 2014 Duration: 16:19
  • Picturelife - Photo Sharing and Backup - Part 1 Description

    In this companion show to SCOM0445, I take a look at the Picturelife app for iOS. Picturelife is a web service that allows you to backup and share your photos and videos.

    As well as automatically uploading your photos and videos from iPhoto or Aperture, Picturelife will integrate with many of the other online services such as Flickr and FaceBook, allowing you to collect all your precious images and videos in a single place.

    Add in a gorgeous web app to update and view your images, as well as a fully featured iOS app to access your online libraries from your iPad or iPhone, Picturelife has become my Photo sharing service of choice.

    It even has built in editing tools so you can edit your photos online or on your iOS device, as well as some pretty cool ways of sharing photos with friends and family.

    But that's just for starters!

    Check out this week's Mac and iOS shows to get setup with the Picturelife free trial account, and see if it's the service for you.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Introduction To PictureLife
    • Settings
    • Search
    • Discover
    • Memories
    • Timeline
    • All Pictures
    • Albums
  • SCOI0155

    OmniOutliner for iPad - Part 2

    Give structure and clarity to any task. OmniOutliner will help you to focus on the important things and not waste time on endless formatting, locating the notes from last week or remembering great ideas that seemed to be so tangible, yet just vanish the next day.

    OmniOutliner assumes the job of collecting, organizing and structuring the information you provide, so that you can concentrate on the essence of your work. People from many various disciplines can benefit from this tool, helping them to be productive and organised.

    In this final part of a two part series, Tim Stringer takes us through some of the more advanced features of OmniOutliner on the iPad, and demonstrates applying styles and formatting to your outlines. Tim also takes a look at syncing your outlines between your Macs and iPads using the free OmniPresence service.

    Missed Part 1? - If you're not an existing ScreenCastsOnline member, you can get the full version of this tutorial delivered to your inbox completely for free, as well as part 2, also for free! For more information on this special time limited offer, click the "More Info" button now!

    Date: 21st March 2014 Duration: 20:35
  • OmniOutliner for iPad - Part 2 Description

    Give structure and clarity to any task. OmniOutliner will help you to focus on the important things and not waste time on endless formatting, locating the notes from last week or remembering great ideas that seemed to be so tangible, yet just vanish the next day.

    OmniOutliner assumes the job of collecting, organizing and structuring the information you provide, so that you can concentrate on the essence of your work. People from many various disciplines can benefit from this tool, helping them to be productive and organised.

    Sync documents in the background with OmniPresence to bring your thoughts together without relying on iCloud; organize numbers or progress by date with Smart Columns; do searches; add media, such as images or videos in any part of your document; add notes to rows, which can expand and collapse at your convenience; theme a document and quickly change its look; set up customized templates for every scenario; apply advanced styles from existing templates or from scratch; edit your outlines with information from AppleScript; and once it is all done export the document to a variety of formats, including HTML and Word.

    From to-do lists, expense tracking and event planning to brainstorming ideas, jotting down notes and writing your life's masterpiece, OmniOutliner will help you to collapse the background noise to show just the relevant rows, the ones that reflect what really matters.

    In this final part of a two part series, Tim Stringer takes us through some of the more advanced features of OmniOutliner on the iPad, and demonstrates applying styles and formatting to your outlines. Tim also takes a look at syncing your outlines between your Macs and iPads using the free OmniPresence service.

    Missed Part 1? - If you're not an existing ScreenCastsOnline member, you can get the full version of this tutorial delivered to your inbox completely for free, as well as part 2, also for free! For more information on this special time limited offer visit Free OmniOutliner Tutorials

    This final tutorial covers:

    • Styling Our OmniOutliner Document
    • Creating an OmniOutliner Template
    • Creating a Multi-Column Outline
    • Applying a Template Theme
    • Configuring OmniPresence Cloud Storage
    • Exporting from OmniOutliner
  • SCOI0154

    OmniOutliner for iPad - Part 1

    Give structure and clarity to any task. OmniOutliner will help you to focus on the important things and not waste time on endless formatting, locating the notes from last week or remembering great ideas that seemed to be so tangible, yet just vanish the next day.

    OmniOutliner assumes the job of collecting, organizing and structuring the information you provide, so that you can concentrate on the essence of your work. People from many various disciplines can benefit from this tool, helping them to be productive and organised.

    In this first of a two part series, Tim Stringer takes us through the basics of OmniOutliner on the iPad, and demonstrates document creation and how to re-structure your outline, once you have entered some initial information.

    Time Limited Free Offer - If you're not an existing ScreenCastsOnline member, you can get the full version of this tutorial delivered to your inbox completely for free. For more information on this special time limited offer, click the "More Info" button now!

    Date: 14th March 2014 Duration: 18:26
  • OmniOutliner for iPad - Part 1 Description

    Give structure and clarity to any task. OmniOutliner will help you to focus on the important things and not waste time on endless formatting, locating the notes from last week or remembering great ideas that seemed to be so tangible, yet just vanish the next day.

    OmniOutliner assumes the job of collecting, organizing and structuring the information you provide, so that you can concentrate on the essence of your work. People from many various disciplines can benefit from this tool, helping them to be productive and organised.

    Sync documents in the background with OmniPresence to bring your thoughts together without relying on iCloud; organize numbers or progress by date with Smart Columns; do searches; add media, such as images or videos in any part of your document; add notes to rows, which can expand and collapse at your convenience; theme a document and quickly change its look; set up customized templates for every scenario; apply advanced styles from existing templates or from scratch; edit your outlines with information from AppleScript; and once it is all done export the document to a variety of formats, including HTML and Word.

    From to-do lists, expense tracking and event planning to brainstorming ideas, jotting down notes and writing your life's masterpiece, OmniOutliner will help you to collapse the background noise to show just the relevant rows, the ones that reflect what really matters.

    In this first of a two part series, Tim Stringer takes us through the basics of OmniOutliner on the iPad, and demonstrates document creation and how to re-structure your outline, once you have entered some initial information. For more advanced features, stay tuned for the next week's tutorial. 

    Time Limited Free Offer - If you're not an existing ScreenCastsOnline member, you can get the full version of this tutorial delivered to your inbox completely for free. For more information on this special time limited offer visit Free OmniOutliner Tutorials

    This first tutorial covers:

    • Installing OmniOutliner
    • The OmniOutliner Document Manager
    • Creating Our First OmniOutliner Document
    • Structuring Our Outline
    • Exploring Additional Features
  • SCOI0153

    Keynote for iOS - Part 2

    The third and final application in the revised iWork suite - Keynote - Apple's cinematic presentation tool.

    In this second of a two part series, I take a look at the animating multiple objects on a slide as well as exploring some of the specific table and chart animation effects, including the new Magic Chart effect.

    The Presenter's Display is a fantastic tool, and has been updated with some great new features including the ability to rehearse and time your presentation in real time, viewing all your slide transition and builds as well as taking notes - all at the same time!

    With the new iCloud integration, you can open the same files on your Mac and iOS device, and even play your presentation from the web in a browser!

    Keynote still remains one of my favourite applications.

    Date: 7th March 2014 Duration: 17:41
  • Keynote for iOS - Part 2 Description

    The third and final application in the revised iWork suite - Keynote - Apple's cinematic presentation tool.

    In this second of a two part series, I take a look at the animating multiple objects on a slide as well as exploring some of the specific table and chart animation effects, including the new Magic Chart effect.

    The Presenter's Display is a fantastic tool, and has been updated with some great new features including the ability to rehearse and time your presentation in real time, viewing all your slide transition and builds as well as taking notes - all at the same time!

    With the new iCloud integration, you can open the same files on your Mac and iOS device, and even play your presentation from the web in a browser!

    Keynote still remains one of my favourite applications.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Animating Objects
    • Animating Text
    • Animating Charts
    • Presenter Display
    • Keynote Remote
  • SCOI0152

    Mail Pilot on iOS

    Mail Pilot is an alternative to using Apple's Mail application.

    With support for most of the leading Mail platforms (except for Exchange), Mail Pilot has a different spin on traditional email. It makes it simple to start "processing" your email, rather than just reading it and leaving it in your inbox.

    Mail Pilot allows you to read, file, organise, add reminders and other actions to your emails, all with a few simple keystrokes.

    In this week's show, Todd Olthoff takes you through the basics of Mail Pilot on iOS, and also explores Mail Pilot on the Mac on this week's mac show - SCOM0441

    Date: 1st March 2014 Duration: 23:11
  • Mail Pilot on iOS Description

    Mail Pilot is an alternative to using Apple's Mail application.

    With support for most of the leading Mail platforms (except for Exchange), Mail Pilot has a different spin on traditional email. It makes it simple to start "processing" your email, rather than just reading it and leaving it in your inbox.

    Mail Pilot allows you to read, file, organise, add reminders and other actions to your emails, all with a few simple keystrokes.

    In this week's show, Todd Olthoff takes you through the basics of Mail Pilot on iOS, and also explores Mail Pilot on the Mac on this week's mac show - SCOM0441

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Installation & Set Up
    • Interface Overview
    • Settings
    • Mail Pilot Tool Bar
    • Processing Mail
    • Composing & Sending Email
    • Email Search
    • Conclusion
  • SCOI0151

    Keynote for iOS - Part 1

    The third and final application in the revised iWork suite - Keynote - Apple's cinematic presentation tool.

    Create and deliver amazing presentations with Keynote.

    The application has been re-written to provide cross platform compatibility with iOS enabling you to use your Mac, iPad or iPhone in all stages of your presentation production and delivery.

    Apple have simplified the user interface, without removing the power and have made it easier than ever to manipulate and animate objects and text on your slides.

    In this first of a two part series, I take a look at the new user interface as well as exploring slide transitions (including the fantastic Magic Move transition).

    Date: 21st February 2014 Duration: 16:56
  • Keynote for iOS - Part 1 Description

    The third and final application in the revised iWork suite - Keynote - Apple's cinematic presentation tool.

    Create and deliver amazing presentations with Keynote.

    The application has been re-written to provide cross platform compatibility with iOS enabling you to use your Mac, iPad or iPhone in all stages of your presentation production and delivery.

    Apple have simplified the user interface, without removing the power and have made it easier than ever to manipulate and animate objects and text on your slides.

    In this first of a two part series, I take a look at the new user interface as well as exploring slide transitions (including the fantastic Magic Move transition).

    In the next part of the series, I'll be taking a look at animating text and charts (including the new Magic Chart animation) as well as the Presenter Display and more.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Start
    • Introduction
    • Slide Transitions
    • Magic Move
    • Wrap Up
  • SCOI0150

    TeamViewer for iOS

    TeamViewer is a fully featured remote support solution that is free for private use. It's really easy to access other Macs or set up your own Mac for remote access. I showed you the installation and setup, as well as going through some common scenarios in episode SCOM0438, along with a brief look at the TeamViewer for iOS client.

    In this episode, I take a more in-depth look at the iOS client and its configuration.

    Date: 15th February 2014 Duration: 15:16
  • TeamViewer for iOS Description

    TeamViewer is a fully featured remote support solution that is free for private use. It's really easy to access other Macs or set up your own Mac for remote access. I showed you the installation and setup, as well as going through some common scenarios in episode SCOM0438, along with a brief look at the TeamViewer for iOS client.

    In this episode, I take a more in-depth look at the iOS client and its configuration.

    I cover the various modes and how to use the client for remote control and unattended access, as well as transferring files to and from both your Mac and iOS device.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Introduction
    • Interaction Modes & Controls
    • TeamViewer Account
    • File Transfer
    • Settings
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  • SCOI0020

    iPad and iCloud

    A look at setting up iCloud on the iPad

    Date: 1st January 2012 Duration: 05:00
  • iPad and iCloud Description

    A look at setting up iCloud on the iPad

  • SCOI0147

    Numbers for iOS - Part 1

    As part of our ongoing coverage of all the new iWork applications, this week I take a look at Numbers for the iOS.

    Apple have re-written Numbers from scratch to add additional compatibility with the Mac version, and to allow you to share and collaborate on iCloud.

    This first in a two part series will take you through the basics of Numbers and give you a good understanding of some of its core features and capabilities.

    [Note: The day before publication, Apple released Numbers v3.1 on the Mac as well as an updated iOS version. The new version does not impact on any of the elements covered in this video as it'd mainly bug fixes and stability improvements, with just a couple of tweaks - I'll cover them next week]

    Date: 25th January 2014 Duration: 21:31
  • Numbers for iOS - Part 1 Description

    As part of our ongoing coverage of all the new iWork applications, this week I take a look at Numbers for the iOS.

    Apple have re-written Numbers from scratch to add additional compatibility with the Mac version, and to allow you to share and collaborate on iCloud.

    This first in a two part series will take you through the basics of Numbers and give you a good understanding of some of its core features and capabilities.

    [Note: The day before publication, Apple released Numbers v3.1 on the Mac as well as an updated iOS version. The new version does not impact on any of the elements covered in this video as it'd mainly bug fixes and stability improvements, with just a couple of tweaks - I'll cover them next week]

    Next week, I'll delve more deeply into formulas and functions as well as charts and more! Don't forget to check out the companion Mac episode SCOM0436 to take a look at Numbers on the Mac.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Introduction
    • Working with Files
    • Working with Sheets
    • Working with Tables
    • Working with Text
    • Working with Numerics
    • AutoFill
    • Working with Dates
  • SCOI0144

    iMovie for iOS - Part 2

    This second part of a short series takes you through the basics of iMovie for iOS from scratch, and follows on from last week with a look at creating your own movie projects.

    iMovie on iOS was one of the first apps to demonstrate the latent power of iOS and how touch could be used effectively. The recently revamped version is the most advanced yet.

    Date: 2nd January 2014 Duration: 17:16
  • iMovie for iOS - Part 2 Description

    This second part of a short series takes you through the basics of iMovie for iOS from scratch, and follows on from last week with a look at creating your own movie projects.

    iMovie on iOS was one of the first apps to demonstrate the latent power of iOS and how touch could be used effectively. The recently revamped version is the most advanced yet.

    In next week's show, I'll be taking a look at some of the more advanced editing techniques and special effects.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Introduction
    • Creating A Movie Project
    • Clip Viewer
    • Selecting Clips
    • Working with the Timeline
    • Working with Titles
    • Adjusting Speed
    • Freeze Frame
    • Transitions
  • SCOI0148

    Numbers for iOS - Part 2

    The final part of our two part series on Numbers for iOS.

    Apple have re-written Numbers from scratch to add additional compatibility with the Mac version, and to allow you to share and collaborate on iCloud.

    In this episode, I take a look at using formulas and functions as well as inserting and manipulating charts and other objects into your spreadsheets.

    Date: 1st February 2014 Duration: 21:56
  • Numbers for iOS - Part 2 Description

    The final part of our two part series on Numbers for iOS.

    Apple have re-written Numbers from scratch to add additional compatibility with the Mac version, and to allow you to share and collaborate on iCloud.

    In this episode, I take a look at using formulas and functions as well as inserting and manipulating charts and other objects into your spreadsheets.

    Don't forget to check out the companion Mac episodes SCOM0436 & 437 to take a look at Numbers on the Mac.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Working with Controls
    • Working with Formulas
    • Conditional Formatting & Filters
    • Working with Comments
    • Working with Charts
    • Media, Text & Shapes
    • Working with Forms
    • Sharing
  • SCOI0151

    Keynote for iOS - Part 1

    The third and final application in the revised iWork suite - Keynote - Apple's cinematic presentation tool.

    Create and deliver amazing presentations with Keynote.

    The application has been re-written to provide cross platform compatibility with iOS enabling you to use your Mac, iPad or iPhone in all stages of your presentation production and delivery.

    Apple have simplified the user interface, without removing the power and have made it easier than ever to manipulate and animate objects and text on your slides.

    In this first of a two part series, I take a look at the new user interface as well as exploring slide transitions (including the fantastic Magic Move transition).

    Date: 21st February 2014 Duration: 16:56
  • Keynote for iOS - Part 1 Description

    The third and final application in the revised iWork suite - Keynote - Apple's cinematic presentation tool.

    Create and deliver amazing presentations with Keynote.

    The application has been re-written to provide cross platform compatibility with iOS enabling you to use your Mac, iPad or iPhone in all stages of your presentation production and delivery.

    Apple have simplified the user interface, without removing the power and have made it easier than ever to manipulate and animate objects and text on your slides.

    In this first of a two part series, I take a look at the new user interface as well as exploring slide transitions (including the fantastic Magic Move transition).

    In the next part of the series, I'll be taking a look at animating text and charts (including the new Magic Chart animation) as well as the Presenter Display and more.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Start
    • Introduction
    • Slide Transitions
    • Magic Move
    • Wrap Up
  • SCOI0049

    iPhoto for iOS - Part 1

    Edit, view and share your photos, directly from your iPad or iPhone. Apple have done it again with a groundbreaking new application for iOS.

    iPhoto for iOS allows you to edit your photos with multitouch gestures, right on your iPad or iPhone. Leapfrogging the capabilities of iPhone on the Mac, iPhoto for iOS has some groundbreaking features, allowing for direct manipulation of you photos via touch.

    This first part of a two part series starts off by looking at some iPhoto basics, before moving to some more advanced features next week.

    Date: 16th March 2012 Duration: 23:20
  • iPhoto for iOS - Part 1 Description

    Edit, view and share your photos, directly from your iPad or iPhone. Apple have done it again with a groundbreaking new application for iOS.

    iPhoto for iOS allows you to edit your photos with multitouch gestures, right on your iPad or iPhone. Leapfrogging the capabilities of iPhone on the Mac, iPhoto for iOS has some groundbreaking features, allowing for direct manipulation of you photos via touch.

    This first part of a two part series starts off by looking at some iPhoto basics, before moving to some more advanced features next week.

    It's crucial to understand the basics of iPhoto, your Photo Library and Albums, and this tutorial takes you from first principals. Starting from on how to get photos into your iOS device, browsing and viewing your photos and viewing and browsing your photos.

    This full tutorial includes sections on:

    • Introduction to iPhoto for iOS
    • Getting Photos into iPhoto
    • All About Albums
    • Beaming Photos
    • Viewing and Browsing Photos

    Be sure to check out next week's tutorial for some of the more advanced features.

  • SCOI0152

    Mail Pilot on iOS

    Mail Pilot is an alternative to using Apple's Mail application.

    With support for most of the leading Mail platforms (except for Exchange), Mail Pilot has a different spin on traditional email. It makes it simple to start "processing" your email, rather than just reading it and leaving it in your inbox.

    Mail Pilot allows you to read, file, organise, add reminders and other actions to your emails, all with a few simple keystrokes.

    In this week's show, Todd Olthoff takes you through the basics of Mail Pilot on iOS, and also explores Mail Pilot on the Mac on this week's mac show - SCOM0441

    Date: 1st March 2014 Duration: 23:11
  • Mail Pilot on iOS Description

    Mail Pilot is an alternative to using Apple's Mail application.

    With support for most of the leading Mail platforms (except for Exchange), Mail Pilot has a different spin on traditional email. It makes it simple to start "processing" your email, rather than just reading it and leaving it in your inbox.

    Mail Pilot allows you to read, file, organise, add reminders and other actions to your emails, all with a few simple keystrokes.

    In this week's show, Todd Olthoff takes you through the basics of Mail Pilot on iOS, and also explores Mail Pilot on the Mac on this week's mac show - SCOM0441

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Installation & Set Up
    • Interface Overview
    • Settings
    • Mail Pilot Tool Bar
    • Processing Mail
    • Composing & Sending Email
    • Email Search
    • Conclusion
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