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Open Keyboard Shortcuts Preferences Click "Mission Control" from the list Untick "Show Dashboard" (disable default beahviour of F12) Click "Application Shortcuts" from the list Click the "+" below the right-hand list Select Google Chrome from the drop down list In "Menu Title", type Developer Tools Click in "Keyboard Shortcut", then press F12


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TextEdit's autocorrect is actually OS X's autocorrect, which is used in every system text box in the OS, in every application, including 3rd-party applications. The problem comes when apps use their own text boxes—they then have to implement NSSpellChecker themselves. Whilst the Google Chrome issue relating to this seems to suggest that nothing has changed, ...


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The system administration is hard stuff. Don't worry. The best you can do is ask here or even elsewhere -because the problem is about the configuration, not Mac-. Download the iso / img from the official repository. Then create a new virtual machine. Configure the settings as you wish (RAM, disk size) and then when disk image requested, select the downloaded ...


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I have experienced the same glitch. This seems to be the problem reported here: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=359108 They claim it's an issue with Mavericks, GPU-accelerated graphics, and the NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M. I also have a mid-2010 Macbook Pro with the same graphics chip This glitch started happening on mine after I upgraded ...


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Until Chrome comes up with that function like FF, the closest you can get to it is to Disable lots of bandwidth and storage consuming apps. That can be done here: Also go to your chrome://plugins/ and disable all Plugins you do not want. That will not stop the background loading of the page but will limit the what, and you can still use them at your ...


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com.macpaw.CleanMyMac.helperTool.plist Support [loaded] com.macpaw.CleanMyMac.trashSizeWatcher.plist Support [loaded] com.macpaw.CleanMyMac.volumeWatcher.plist Support [not loaded] The above is probably the main cause of your problems. Google for directions to uninstall CleanMyMac. Also get rid of the following: [not loaded] ...


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This sounds like the Google Now feature. If you have chrome installed and running, you can click the alarm-bell-like icon in your menu bar to configure it. From Google's support page: How Google Now works in Chrome If you use Google Now on your mobile device, you can see certain Now cards on your desktop computer if you're signed into Chrome, ...


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No, it's not just you, no, you're not doing anything wrong, and yes, it seems to be just a bug. I had exactly the same problem. When this happens, using Command-L or any tab-related shortcut (opening, closing, switching, etc.) will reveal all open tabs, but sometimes they disappear immediately, and sometimes they don't. From what I can tell, both the bar ...



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