- Open up Safari and type operasonsirius.com in the url address bar.
- At the bottom of the screen you’ll see an icon depicting an arrow that looks like it’s trying to get away from a square. This represents tapping a button to perform an action – So tap this button.
- If you managed to tap that button successfully, you’ll have a few options. The one you want to tap is “Add to Home Screen”. So do that.
- You’ll be asked to choose a name for the homescreen icon. Type OperasOnSirius. When you’re done it’ll show up on your homescreen.
- Now you can click on this icon to open the website.
You can add a button to your home screen that looks just like an app icon and will launch that webpage directly in Chrome.
- In CHROME, go to operasonsirius.com
- Touch the overflow button (three vertical dots)
- Select Add to Home Screen.
- Touch Add and the site will join your other apps and widgets.
- You can customize the text below the icon, Just touch the text inside of the Add to Home Screen box and change it up.
To search for a particular term in a view, click the magnifying glass in the top right menu bar or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+F on a PC or Cmd+F on Mac. Click the up and down arrows (or hit the Enter key) to see each instance of a search term.
Clicking the “Add filter” button and entering your criteria. Green highlighting around a column indicates that a column is being used to filter a view.
Here’s an example showing how to modify a view to show climbing gear that you need to buy. To do that, we’d filter to show records where the “Owned” field is not checked.
Automatically sort the records in a table by clicking the “Apply sort” button. Next, choose the column to sort, select ascending or descending order (A → Z or Z → A), and then click “Apply.” In this case, let’s sort by price to see the most expensive gear that we need to buy for the climb.
Records can be expanded to a full-page detail view that lets you see all of the information in all of the fields for a single record.
How to expand a record
While in a grid view, you can expand a record (row) by clicking the circular expand button to the left of the record, which appears when you mouse over a record. You can also expand a record by pressing the space bar when a cell is selected.
Inside an expanded record
An expanded record shows all of the information in all of the fields for a particular record.
If you’re looking at an expanded record while in a view with hidden fields, those fields will be hidden at the bottom of the record by default, but you can expand them to take a closer look by clicking on the X hidden fields dropdown.
From within an expanded record, you can switch to the next record or previous record either by using the up and down arrows at the top of the expanded record, or use the keyboard shortcuts CtrlShift< and CtrlShift>.
You can expand an individual cell to show all its contents in greater detail.
When any cell is selected, use the keyboard shortcut ShiftSpace to open up a larger version of that cell. Certain field types (like attachment, linked record, and long text) will also automatically show a button that can be clicked to expand the cell.
From within an expanded cell, you can use the arrow keys to navigate through expanded versions of all the cells in the table. This can make reading through a column of long text fields a whole lot easier.
December 15th,1940 – December 21st, 2016
From Premiere Opera‘s website:
It is with a heavy heart that we must confirm the passing of our
beloved founder and friend, Ed Rosen.
Ed touched many lives with his fervent love of opera and
made it his life’s work to share this love with others.
Premiere Opera will continue in the same manner as
from Ed’s many years of dedication to this business.
Memorial Service for Ed Rosen
Thursday,January 26th at 5 PM
Riverside Memorial Chapel
180 West 76th Street
My family and I will be hosting a Memorial Service for Ed Rosen. In lieu of flowers, please make any and all donations to the Richard Tucker Music Foundation, which has always held a special place in Ed’s heart.
Looking forward to celebrating Ed’s extraordinary life!