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Yes, so there will be loss of data when doing the USB and Apple conversion. So best one is to use analog. You seem confused over the process here. The analog-to-digital conversion is the important step, and it should be done as soon after the source as possible. The audio in/out port on any laptop is designed for speech over video calls, not music, and ...


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Nope. They're different sizes. Compare iFixit's guide to replacing a 15" early 2011 battery to their guide for a 2010 13": 15": 13": Both batteries are roughly proportional to their cases, and the 15" has a substantially bigger case than the 13". Additionally, they're shaped differently - see the little notch in the top left of the 15" battery, which ...


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You can. All you need is an app such as NoSleep.


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Hi I believe it's not a dying GPU because we have same issue in all our MAC's. It started after Yosemite upgrade. https://www.dropbox.com/s/n04b4tmbbggkftd/wierdvideoproblem.mp4?dl=0 It may be Little Snitch. I disabled network traffic activity monitor, because glitch update pattern is like a data transfer pattern. I'll post updates.


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This is not meant to be an answer, but a comment, since I don't know of a shortcut (but for some strange reason I'm not allowed to comment with less than 50 points reputation): apart from Mission Control, there also is the Dock, which when clicked repeatedly will cycle through the application's full screen spaces.


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Unfortunately, there is no shortcut to switch between fullscreen windows of the same application. You have two alternatives that are not ideal but enough: Shortcuts to switch between spaces/desktops or jump to a specific one Gestures to switch between spaces/desktops To make this workflow work well, just put your fullscreen windows side by side.


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I had this exact same problem and found the answer I was looking for within one of the Apple communities. Simply go into iTunes store and scroll right to the very bottom. There amongst the small print you'll see an option for purchased. Click on there and you will see a list of all songs/albums and you can choose to either download all or individual tracks. ...


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If you know how to bind an applescript to keyboard shortcut/trackpad gesture, this is the answer for you. The script is meant to be universal. It uses the most generalized terms to include as many scenarios as possible. I've tested on Finder, Script Editor, and Firefox. No errors. However, it has caveats: The script only works when there's only one ...


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Have a look at: Time Machine: How to transfer backups from a current backup drive to a new backup drive Synopsis: In Disk Utility, select the new drive's icon to make sure it has a GUID partition and is formatted as Mac OS Extended (Journaled). If not make appropriate changes. Set permissions on your new backup drive in Finder using Get Info and make ...


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I find that the flexibility of being able to move around in the house makes it worth getting a laptop. Mobile freedom is really addictive once you get used to it. The only issue is that, for coding, having a ton of screen real-estate is advantageous. Obviously the iMac has the MacBook Pro beat in that regard, but you could get a cheap external display for ...


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To me that looks like possible hardware problem (the GPU). You can try the Safe mode to see if the problem persist. Also you can try and log in as different user. You can reset the PRAM, and run the Apple Hardware test. Last not least you can reinstall the OS. All above will test for software problems. There is one hardware test you can do and it is to ...


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There are two ways to send content via AirPlay from your Mac to your Apple TV when it comes out of the box. The first is the Mirroring method, found, as you mentioned, in the Menu Bar on OS X and in the Control Centre on iOS. As far as the in-app method goes, the only app that supports that is iTunes. There should be an AirPlay icon at the top of the window ...


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You can record external audio with a breakout cable like this. But for best results, you should use a USB interface. I have this and it works great (and can be battery or USB powered).


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Here is my 2 cents worth on that topic. Analog input (3.5mm jack) would go directly to the audio processor on your system and depending on the quality of the processor you will get some level of audio, but not the same as the audio line it self. If you use Audio to USB now you might have additional signal loss due to USB been the converter to serial data ...



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