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I'm assuming this is iMessage because it happens to me, too. However, when you send a new message, and you see the history, the new message isn't sent with all that history attached. Only your new message is sent, the history is just for you to see.


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You're not sending them all the past messages, it's just loading up your past conversation, and your text is the next message in the conversation. You could get it so it doesn't save message histories and then you wouldn't see past messages, or you can have it so it does save messages histories and you do see past messages. But it's just what you see that's ...


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The history is just for you. Only the message in the box is sent when you send a message, not the entire history. The recipient keeps their own history of messages which is unrelated to your history. This is not email where a reply to a message includes a quoted copy of the original — each message is self-contained and it's up to the receiver to keep a ...


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In the script you are referring to, you can achieve timestamping like so: datetime(date + strftime('%s', '2001-01-01 00:00:00'), 'unixepoch', 'localtime') as date from message--to get in in local time if that's what you are looking for.


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If you want to access your iMessage history, use Baskup, an OS X application that backs up all your iMessages from your Macbook https://peterkaminski09.github.io/baskup


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Open the Settings app. Then, go to the "Messages" section. Then, tap "Send & Receive". After that, check to make sure that you only have one number checked.


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When your Apple Watch is connected to your phone notifications do not light up or make sound on your iPhone: this is unnecessary because you are getting the notification on your watch, so a phone vibrate/sound would be superfluous given that the notification is on your wrist. Thus, the issue is not with your iPhone (as it is not supposed to vibrate when it ...


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I had the same problem and I found that in System Preferences> Sound> Sound Effects: The "Alert volume" was set at zero. Adjusting it up solved my problem.


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This is from the iPhone user guide: Share photos, videos, your location, and more With iMessage or MMS, you can send and receive photos and videos, and send locations, contact info, and voice memos. The size limit of attachments is determined by your service provider— iPhone may compress photo and video attachments when necessary. You didn't ...


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Yes, just drag the divider to the left. It will shrink that area so that all you see is the names, not any of the text.


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Mac is a closed system, and Apple takes many safety precautions to ensure that it stays that way, and that nothing is tampered with. Though there are indeed many ways, they all come with a consequence. My advice would be to schedule your Mac for an appointment at the nearest Apple Store and have them take a closer look at it. To schedule an appointment, you ...


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Create a file (on a standard install, the directory KeyBindings doesn't exist): mkdir ~/Library/KeyBindings containing the following 2 remappings: $ cat >~/Library/KeyBindings/DefaultKeyBinding.dict <<end_of_file /* my keybindings */ { "\U000d" = ("insertLineBreak:") ; "@\U000d" = ("insertNewline:") ; } end_of_file @ means cmd ...



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