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I have found a solution to this problem: replacing Yosemite's PDFKit with Mavericks' PDFKit. As simple as that. I replaced the contents of /System/Library/Frameworks/Quartz.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/PDFKit.framework/Versions/A and everything is working fine now. For those who don't have a copy of Mavericks from where you can take the PDFKit files, I ...


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You can also change the iOS Reader.html CSS on iPad, iPhone or iPod, confirmed working on iOS 8.1.2 iPad Air 2. Here's how: You will need to Jailbreak your iOS device, and download a file system managing app called iFile. Then you'll have full Explorer/Finder functionality on your iOS device. Next, navigate to the folder: ...


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It's an embedded problem at the top of the page in Outlook. Skip down about 5 lines and your email will be fine.


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I use character maps heavily and decides to make one which you access from anywhere using a web interface and requires no installation. Features Select your own font file Provides font and character information Character copy-able Supports TTF/OTF Supports Icon fonts Smooth interface No installation necessary No server upload necessary Screenshot


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Nothing has changed in that area in last 4 weeks since you asked, so changing the font size in the Menu bar is currently not possible. If you are like me (hate the to small fonts) your only "work around" I know is to change the screen resolution. That will unfortunately change all of the screen not just the menu bar, but at least now I can read it without ...


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Go to "Settings", then click on "Displays" & change the Resolution to "Best for display", mine was stuck on "Scaled" after I had it hooked up to the TV. Personally, I think 1440x900 looks best on my laptop, but if you click "Scaled" then 1024x640 the general font will get even bigger.


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HDMI did not work for me but the Apple Mini DisplayPort to DVI converter cable adapter worked perfectly! with a HP Pavilion 25bw


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OK, I think I figured it out... Opening a font in RoboFont, I scoured all the obscure meta-info available and finally found the entry that seems to correspond to what FontBook uses for the Design Style in the section called Panose (a term I had never heard of!). Long story short... FontBook seems to probably use the Proportion to determine the style. 😜


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I've solved it by going into package contents and used the wineskin app with winetricks to install allfonts and upgraded bundled wine version


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Grab it in the list & drag it out to the desktop - like you would with an app in the dock, etc. You should see the little puff of smoke & it's gone.


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The problem was that I had plain text turned on, instead of rich text . ( Format-Make Rich text ). I don't know if plain text is the default option or not, but when you have plain text you can't use subscript/superscript single characters, it just applies the transformation to the whole line. Surprisingly, when you subscript something in rich text and then ...


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(still uncertain which format will survive of the list: text list or plain-text table) Social networks Facebook Dynamic Type, Larger Text, Bold Text: No App-specific settings: No Twitter Dynamic Type, Larger Text, Bold Text: No in timeline; only in Settings App-specific settings: Yes (3 sizes) Google+ Dynamic Type, Larger Text, Bold Text: No ...



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