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You can have them all static or dynamic but not a mix of both. To make them static (so they stay as you put them) do this: Open System Preferences Click on Mission Control Uncheck Automatically rearrange Spaces based on most recent use This will keep them as they are arranged by you. To arrange them, drag them to the desired position after launching ...


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The user buys an app for the price it is sold at that point. Future changes to the price have no effect on them. It is on their Apple ID that they own the app and they will be able to download the app for free as long as it's available (no matter the price).


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I figured it out! One must click on an individual point on the graph or chart and then go to the Style tab under Fill and change that. It will change the color for all the data points in that column. Not intuitive at first, but definitely easy once you know about it.


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You can turn your ipad to superb engineering/coding device with buffer editor. It's great code editor with vim support and it also supports autocomplete and syntax highlighting for many languages. You can find it from appstore https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/buffer-editor-code-editor/id502633252?mt=8 or from http://www.buffereditor.com


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Open, in Preview, the documents you wish to combine and select: View > Thumbnails Do this for each document. Choose one of the documents that will become the (temporary) container document in which you'll drag and drop thumbnails from other documents to create the combined document. Note that when dragging and dropping thumbnails into the document, being ...


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In a Terminal type echo $PATH and press Enter. It will display your PATH Environment Variable. Example: $ echo $PATH $ /usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin $ While you could place it in any of the locations listed nonetheless it's a good suggestion that you place it in /usr/local/bin as the other locations are used by the OS. In a Terminal ...


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The usual Unix way for your scripts is /usr/local/bin for scripts that all users on the system can use and if for only you then in somewhere under your home directory often ~/bin You need to make sure both of these directories art on your PATH environment variable preferably before system paths do if your write a script with the same one as a system one ...


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If you are saying that you want each double-click to open the new file in a new tab of the current Sublime window, rather than opening a new window in Sublime, then that is going to be an application-specific preference. Meaning, you'll need to look at the preferences for Sublime and see if there isn't some equivalent of "Open new file in tab" or "Open new ...


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There are two Application folders. One is under the root directory and should contain all of your Applications. This is /Applications The other folder is in the User directory, so ~/Applications. ~/ is a shorthand for /Users/<UserName>. That folder is usually empty or has one or two stray Apps in there.


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An app that consistently crashes on launch is usually due to the device being out of memory (RAM, not system storage). There is a nice list of ways to cure that here.


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Xcode can reinstall an app. Go to Window -> Devices and click on your device on the left. You can tap the '+' button and browse for an app, or just drag any app you want onto the 'Installed apps' section. You can even drag an app icon straight from iTunes. The app will be reinstalled, over the old one, without erasing any data, documents, caches, etc.


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App Annie might be a solution for what you want.


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Select the Album, hit the Delete / Backspace ⌫ Key, or right / control click on it and select "Delete Album"; click on the "Delete" button that appears on the confirmation dialog at the top of the app (Are you sure you want to delete this album?).


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It took me some time to figure this out but you can disable it through a global preference using the terminal: sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.security GKAutoRearm -bool NO This will disable the auto rearming of the Gatekeeper in OS X. Tested on both Yosemite and Mavericks


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I would go for ControlPlane which is location-aware or can change state depending on what devices are plugged in.


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Hope this helps you: The amount will be deposited on same day that apple mention's as next payment date in you iTunes account one's your payable amount reaches more than 150$ Payments and Amounts Owed: from apple Document The Payments and Amounts Owed section shows your last payment, the amount we owe you for the next month, and when to expect your next ...


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Did someone help you set up your phone? One way this could happen is that someone used their Apple ID to download apps on your phone. It could also happen if you restored, updated or migrated your phone on someone else's computer. The easiest way to solve it is by deleting and downloading them again with your Apple ID. The problem is, at least with ...


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You need to edit Audacity's Info.plist file and add mp4 to the list of files it handles. Using a text editor, open /Applications/Audacity.app/Contents/Info.plist (this is assuming Audacity is installed as Audacity.app, it might be slightly different). Then, find the section for CFBundleDocumentTypes which should list the supported types like: ...


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Turns out this is a completely non-issue. Restart the device. Answered here to keep the keywords for search, in case (like I did) others assume that it's a WatchKit issue, not a device/xCode connection issue.


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I'd say, close iTunes, go to your iTunes Media folder and open the Mobile Application folder inside. Then simply delete the IPA file of the app you wish deleted. Finally, run iTunes and you won't see the app listed anymore.


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Followed @lax solution: clicked the iTunes Apps tab (not in the "iPhone" tab!) there I could select and delete the apps.



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