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I do not know how to do that with the Hiragana Dictionary but how about this: So now each time you type Manaka it will be replaced with 愛可.


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Workaround that worked a few times for me: unplug the thunderbolt converter Wait few secs, ten plug it back in Go to Settings/Network/advanced/refresh DHCP lease


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I had the same problem. Fixed it by turning off all sharing (the checkbox options on the right of the panel), THEN trying to delete again.


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A possibility is to try File > Revert To > Browse all versions... though I guess it will depend on how far back that version history goes. I've been unable to discover just how far back that would be & for how long it may be saved.


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The current Pages beta on iCloud.com gave a very faithful export from Pages > Word .docx format (I shared the document with myself by email, but there may be a more appropriate way for you to do it). You can drag and drop a Pages file from your desktop into iCloud without fear of irreparably converting your original Pages '09 file.


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You can look in Activity Monitor's list of processes for any which are not responding. Such processes are shown in red, as below, and can be force quit or killed.


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You can use the Accessibility Inspector, accessible from Xcode → Open Developer Tool → Accessibility Inspector. Hover over the item and the pane may show you enough information for you to determine what it is. For example, hovering the Dropbox menu bar item shows "Dropbox <version>" under AXHelp, and hovering Little Snitch shows "Little Snitch Agent" ...


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I always get this problem when using Remote Desktop. Even though race_carr's answer to reset the keychain will likely work, I think the process is too destructive. What I just did was go into keychain and clean up the login->certificates section by removing duplicate, untrusted, and old certificates. That fixed the freezing problem.


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That looks (the report) very similar to a problem I've got. It started with frozen screens & Kernel Panics, every now and again, slowly its got worse, so I decided to investigate. After doing several things, I decided to do an AHT test (hardware test = pressing "D" on start up), after doing an "Extended Test" the result was 4/MEM/9/40000000: 0xb73ce318 ...


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I feel your pain.....Best work around I've found is on cnet. Haven't tried it yet but I plan to. Unlike a true contextual menu, this does require you look to the top-left for the commands you seek, but may still suffice to bring you the functionality you are looking for. http://www.cnet.com/news/access-menus-via-the-keyboard-in-os-x/


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The opensnoop program is remarkably useful, but to answer the actual question in case somebody is in a quick bind, for Transmit 4 the location of the temporary files is: /Volumes/<Macintosh HD>/Users/<current user>/Library/Caches/Cleanup At Startup/Transmit/server-to-server-B18AC7A9-81C6-4AAD-8F2C-6CD70E65D7FD/data-file-being-transferred ...


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In the end, it was a fault being caused by mis-matched RAM. Solved.


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Proceed the same as you would for a compromised server - read this post on ServerFault. The reason for this is you don't know what that adware does exactly, it may just be a dumb program that displays ads but if I was to make such a software I'd also add some remote access capabilities to it for stealing personal data and bank credentials (much more ...


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You could try ... https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5965198 You installed the "DownLite" trojan, perhaps under a different name. Remove it as follows. Back up all data. Triple-click anywhere in the line below on this page to select it: /Library/Application Support/VSearch Right-click or control-click the line and select Services ▹ Reveal in Finder (or ...


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Disable extensions in your browser one by one until the problem no longer exists, then when the problem disappears you know which extension is causing it and you can uninstall it.


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I have tried both the solutions in the answers, and comments however the only thing I found works is: Press: command + alt+esc ; Select Finder; Click Relaunch. Normal behaviour resumes.


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Short answer: No, it will not work. Long answer: Lion requires a 64bit processor and the Yonah processor on the mini1,1 still is partially 32 bit. You will NOT be able to boot in to Lion because you cannot boot a 64 bit kernel. However, it is possible to use a separate disk to boot into a custom boot loader and then load Lion from there (much like trying ...


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I've come across bugs like these that ended up being intended or unintended side effects of Chrome extensions or flags. Try disabling these first to make sure it's not one of these. To disable extensions: Go to chrome://extensions/. Uncheck Enabled for each enabled extension. Reload the buggy pages. To disable flags (developer options): Go to ...


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If you don't have administrator access to your machine, you are still be able to install pre-compiled binary software inside your home directories. Create a folder in your home directory called usr and a directory inside that one called bin, if you want to match the standard directory structure of where make and gcc usually reside. you can find a gnu make ...


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I found that when I was in the keychain access menu and clicked on my network to open it, I got the "access is restricted" message when, on the far left, the "login" icon was highlighted. However, if, on the far left, the "system" icon was highlighted, I was able to retrieve my password for the network I selected. No reboot necessary. I hope this helps ...


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I am on Mavericks and I tried all the advice given above and it did not really work for me. What I did instead was to physically close each document in Word one by one but left Word open. Then I went to the dock, right-clicked on the Word icon > open recents > clear recent. It worked for me, thankfully.


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Although not a direct answer to the OP's question, if you're having an issue with a particular process taking up too much of your CPU time, and making your computer unusable, and you don't mind how long that process takes to finish the task it's working on, you can use the renice to alter the priority of that process, making it behave nicely (hence the ...


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Its not exactly what you wanted, but, in regards of google drive and chrome this what did the trick for me: for f in $(pgrep Drive; pgrep Chrome); do renice -n +20 -p $f ; done


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While all of the solutions outlined in this discussion will probably work, if you're using the latest version of OS X someone was kind enough to create an AppleScript that does the entire process automatically without having to run any commands from your terminal or trying to carefully manage system partitions. I've tested it out on Mavericks (10.9.4) and ...


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23" Acer T232HL works without issues with Windows 8.x and Ubuntu 14.04 -- but not with the latest-and-greatest stable release, OS X Mavericks. OS X Mavericks recognizes it, but first few touches always go to upper-left corner (coordinates 0,0) and are interpreted as a click. Only third or fourth touch goes to the proper place -- but at that time it's ...


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I have similar problem with my iMac. Took it to Apple Store and was advised to stop using Google Chrome as it is the cause.


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Sorry, don't yet have the reputation to comment... Have you tried simply copying or downloading the entire Install OS X Mavericks.app to the drive you need to update & running it from there? That's the prime update method.


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^ + ↓ will show all the windows of the current app regardless of their desktop (without overlapping) And if you want to show all the windows(can be of diff apps) of your current desktop without overlapping then uncheck the Group windows by applicaiton check box and your mission control will not overlap the windows P.S. I have 10.9.4 installed.


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-What happens if you take the memory out and replace it with the original RAM? Does it work? -Have you tried re-seating the RAM? (e.g. take it out and put it in again, making sure it's fitting in the slots properly, and also making sure there's no dust on the RAM or in the slots...) -Is the RAM PC5300 DDR2 ECC? -Have you tried resetting the SMU? ...


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Unchecking the box Wake for network access in System Preferences > Energy Saver got rid of the backlight shutting down after 2-3 of reopened lid for me. This also allows me to immediately open the lid back up without fault. Seems like a software default setting that doesn't mesh with the impedance of power thresholds of some transistor(Swithch[i.e., SW]). ...


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This suggestion seems to helps a lot with all sorts of things, so I figured I'd suggest it here just in case. Go to your Disk Utility app and press the following buttons in the numbered order. I would recommend only doing 1, 2, and 3, but if this doesn't help with the problem, you can also try to run 1(b) from Recovery Mode (or while running your computer ...


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As far as I know, the issue is that Microsoft doesn't provide the Active Sync API to anything other than mobile devices. This is why using Exchange on Mac is a bit buggy. I would recommend using Microsoft's own Outlook Web App (OWA) for your Exchange emails. Or installing the actual Outlook program for your computer. Those are what I use. :) Those are ...



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