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As determined in comments above, it seems as though your scrollbar settings were the problem :) I guess System Information is doing something unconventional with its window size due to the space taken up by the scrollbar when it's set to show Always...


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Messages on the Mac has an option to not replace conventional smileys with emoji. Edit > Substitutions > Emoji I have this switched off on my Mac & if I type ;-) that's what is transmitted. If I do the same on my iPhone, the same happens, only ;-) is transmitted & received. I have no recollection of changing that behaviour on the phone, nor can I ...


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You can't. Emojis are part of iOS and can't be disabled.


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I have/had a similar problem with my MacBook Pro and now my newer MBPr with an Asus 27" monitor. I ended up finding a discussion about it and a script in a forum for Dell Monitors. The script took the monitors EDID information directly and created a display profile for it that overrode what OS X was trying to automatically configure. Here is the script on ...


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Finally the Problem has been fixed by Apple. You just have to update to Yosemite 10.10.3!


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I've had a look at it and at a glance (with a disassembler) there's no .plist (property list) file that could have anything that it directly would use to alter the size. The size of the sidebar is inherited from what Apple call "Aqua", which is the default theme for OSX. Although they allow you to over-ride side-bars in most apps, they haven't allowed this ...


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For zsh: I found that the theme I was using was defining the branch glyph in a wrong way. In particular, I corrected defining on my theme file the variable ZSH_THEME_GIT_PROMPT_PREFIX=" %{$FG[075]%}<glyph> " where <glyph> is the symbol you want to use to represent git branch. For vim: I found the solution in this question. because 0x2B60 ...


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Let me suggest you to install Input Mono font, comes with full support to powerline. In order the following to work, Input Mono font must be version 1.1. You can check the font version by going to Font Book → View → Show Font Info, and look at the version number. With Terminal.app works out of the box. Just select the font and you are ready. With iTerm2, ...



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