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I know this question is old, but for folks coming from the future (like me): the current macOS system font (since 10.10) is San Francisco.
I know that this is quite an old post, but I just stumbled upon it from Google while searching for something similar (mostly just wanting to list active fonts via Terminal.) I ended up remembering that activated fonts are listed in System Information which can be pulled from the system_profiler command. That being said here's the command to pull font ...
Someone else asked this here: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6754677?start=0&tstart=0 The answer given was "It seem [sic] Preview in OS X has a capability of making a normal PDF (non-editable) editable and I'm guessing that it's doubling up on top of the editable symbol that's already in your editable PDF. I had the same problem and I was making ...
I don't think it's possible. I can't find any way to adjust font size on PDFs using iBooks for iOS, nor can I find anything about it online. Apparently, one can only adjust the font size with books in iBooks and not PDFs.
That is somewhat incorrect. Pinch Zoom works on some emails, not others. It is mostly inconsistent. (And yes, I'm using Gmail App 4.4 on IOS 9.2.3 beta) Most of the time, pinch zoom does nothing. On some Emails it does zoom the text.
You could simply fire up an iWork app, select some text, and browse through the font list in Keynote, Pages or whatever app. They only render the font’s name in the font itself, though, not arbitrary text you type in.
Why do the same characters show up with a ‘text presentation’ in some situations and an ‘emoji presentation’ in others? There is both a ‘text style’ and ‘emoji style’ for U+25B6 BLACK RIGHT-POINTING TRIANGLE (▶). Whichever style you get depends on whatever style the font you’re currently using has. For example, the font Apple Color Emoji has an ‘emoji style’...
By manually copying to a fonts folder used to be the only way to install fonts before Font Book was introduced. (barring 3rd party sw)
You can simply copy them into /Library/Fonts (for system wide use) or ~/Library/Fonts (for use by current user).
You need to update the table style so that your changes persist for new cells. Make the changes to the formatting of the table as you wish, then select the dropdown triangle for the currently selected table style and choose Redefine Style from Table (Numbers '09). In more recent versions of Numbers, simply click the blue ...
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