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Did you try the Geogebra web site? Available versions are listed in the download section .


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iOS Devices only support natively MP4 H.264. By natively I mean, it is the only format with hardware acceleration. Using hardware acceleration instead of software decoding will save you some battery time.


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Yes, apps in /Applications are shared with all users. The standard location for apps that you only want a certain user to see is ~/Applications. You may need to create this folder if it doesn't exist—it will automatically get an icon.


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I use a second monitor with my laptop and run into this issue on occasion when connecting or disconnecting my monitor. It is endlessly frustrating. Just this morning it happened when reconnecting my laptop and ended up pissing away a half hour determined to find a solution. I am happy to report I did! For me this problem occurred in Word. File > Save As ...


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General problems when using Softphone app are: 1. Complex network conditions in mobile networks (i.e. NAT). Not all VoIP servers can properly work with NAT. 2. Limited bandwidth. Is is impossible to use high nitrate codecs in 3G networks. But many operators does not support modern codecs like Opus. 3. Problems with incoming calls. To receive calls phone must ...


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Mavericks has an extra security mechanism, Gatekeeper, in System Preferences->Security & Privacy->General you can allow apps downloaded from: Anywhere.


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This Error indicates that the Application can't find its InterfaceBilder (NIB) File (the GUI Part of the App). Probably caused by the Fact that the App has stored the relative Path to its NIB. When you use double Click to open or the whole path to the App as Terminal command it works (correct directory) but not with your symlink (which is stored at another ...


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Beat Music Player is free at the moment and uses a double tap anywhere on screen to start/stop music LeechTunes LT is also free and a single tap starts/stops playback (there is a paid version as well)


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go to finder and find the apps and drag them to trash and then empty trash ALERT: THIS ONLY WORKS FOR MAC OS X 10.7.5


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The CarTunes Music Player app does what you need - there are no buttons, just taps and swipes for all music controls. Tapping is play/ pause, swiping is next/ previous track etc. Even volume can be adjusted by holding and dragging up/ down. The app is not free at the moment but does fluctuate in price and is sometimes even free, as can be seen in the App ...


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The Classic Environment is Apple's software that supports running Mac OS 9 apps on Mac OS X. ("Mac OS Classic" refers to Mac OS versions before Mac OS X.) Both Mac OS 9 and Classic are really old: Mac OS 9 was discontinued in 2001, and the last version of OS X to support Classic is 10.4 (Tiger), which was released in 2005. What's the difference between ...


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The error means that the app that you are attempting to open is attempting to launch the Classic environment. Classic was removed from OS X a while ago and this error is informing you that newer versions of OS X won't be able to open these apps. Compressing an OS X app in Windows is known to cause this problem; see: ...


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In Terminal, run nano .config/filezilla/filezilla.xml. Find: <Setting name="Window position and size">0 503 -347 937 469 </Setting> …and change it to… <Setting name="Window position and size">0 503 347 937 469 </Setting> Source: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?p=19476591


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This looks like Moom which Is available from the App Store http://manytricks.com/moom/


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Applications are not added to the dock as standard. If you want to find your apps, loca the launchpad icon in the dock. And this will display your apps in an iPad style layout which you can page back and forth within. You can drag the app from here to the dock if it as an app you use a lot. You can always search via spotlight. Click the magnifying ...


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Another option is to click the magnifying glass in the upper right corner (Spotlight), and type the name of the application you're looking for. Once the application is running, you can add it to the dock permanently by pressing control and clicking the trackpad over the application's icon, then selecting the Options and finally, the Keep in Dock option.


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You can also find your Applications in Launchpad. The default gesture to get to Launchpad is to draw all 5 fingers from splayed to together on the trackpad.


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Apps reside in /Applications, available from the Finder sidebar. The Dock only shows applications which are default apps, installed by an installer that places the shortcut there (e.g. iWork '09) or that you place there yourself.


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This will work on OSX Mavericks and Yosemite. Instead of launching the App Store app from the dock or the apps folder, launch the App Store app from within the Launcher. This will rebuild the App Store app and tell you what's installed or not.


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The little text snippet application they are using is called DemoMonkey. It's actually a sample code project on developer.apple.com from 2010.


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This seems to be a bug in either Word or the OS. I've seen this behavior since Lion at least, and have been dealing with it myself just today. Have you tried re-associating file types for Word documents? After setting .doc and .docx files to open in Word by default (Get Info --> Open with --> select or re-select Word, then click Change All), I can launch ...


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No, no actual history or log of either activation of deactivation exists. Apple, though, sends to your iCloud account an email whenever your device gets the Find My Phone feature deactivated.


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Not something I've actually tried, but how about sign out on iTunes [store menu], then use the store as an anonymous customer? That might let you see the pricing.


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Geektool You can setup GeekTool to run scripts and print the output anywhere on your screen. Here is an example of a script that pings google and says if it can find it or not. if ping -c 1 8.8.4.4 >/dev/null; then # ping google's dns server (silence the output) echo '✅' # when we have succes, echo 'online' else echo ...


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The mobile site will still allow you to send/receive messages in Safari and other browsers. It may also be that the version of the app you are using is so old that they cannot prevent the messenging functionality from working; you'll have to wait to see about that or dig up user comments on the topic from Europe, which was pushed into this model in the ...



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