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Yes there is. It's called dotdotdot and it's not as polished as Instapaper, Pocket or Readability but shows promise. Visit their site at dotdotdot.me


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This is currently not possible. Apple does not provide a way to turn this off. Note that if your swiping is begun whilst still zoomed slightly, the tab switcher is not invoked. See this animation: This is a pretty large GIF — it'll take a while to load and be smooth.


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Before you go true major task like re-installing Mavericks try following: Disable Safari extensions / Addons - and restart Safari after this action. Use Terminal defaults write com.apple.Safari WebKitOmitPDFSupport -bool YES Disable Open Safe files if it is checked: None worked above then - Reset Safari to factory setting.


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You could install Mavericks again via the AppStore. This does not affect your personal files, but it will replace the edits you've possibly made by factory default system files.


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Instead of using Bookmarks, you can use Notes as the replacement to use custom title for bookmarked pages. They serve the same function, with Notes having more versatile usage. Show the Highlights & Notes in sidebar by pressing Command+Option+4. To create a note, you can choose Tools > Annotate > Notes or by pressing Command+Control+N. Select ...


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Excel 2011 will keep the link when you save as PDF, but only if you give the full URL. I could not find a native way to retain embedded hyperlinks when saving to a PDF from Excel 2011. However, there are a number of workarounds: If you have Numbers (the Apple equivalent of Excel) you can upload your xls file and then save as a PDF from there. If you don't ...


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You can open doc, docx files in Accurate Documents Viewer and then convert them to PDF or print. This app opens documents as precisely as MS Office 365.


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Sounds like the search is actually a Regular Expression search, and by enclosing your search term in brackets, instead of searching for the word 'concept' you were searching for the presence of the letters 'c', 'o', 'n', 'e', 'p' and 't'.


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Have you tried sending the attachment zipped? I'm having this issue too, I compared the files on the mail server to the file on the device, it seems it's converting the CRLF line endings to LF line endings in the PDF file. I'd add this as a comment to the question but I'm new here :)


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Acrobat Reader and Pro are bloated. Apple's Preview runs circles around it and that doesn't make sense being Adobe's own Reader and file format should work flawlessly (by now). Pro can do more things like make PDF forms. But ever since Acrobat 5, it's become an overly large Application that runs unacceptably slow. PDFs were originally intended for books. ...


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I made this free tool. It's made to quickly and painlessly scan documents into a PDF on the desktop (single page or multipage). The resulting files are quite small. https://github.com/carlocapocasa/bcscan


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Looks like the "Save as PDF" option in the Print dialog just takes the document title (which is set to the document name by Pages) and adds a .pdf suffix to it. As the new Pages doesn't seem to offer an option to change the title within Pages you might be out of luck here. Alternatively you could use the "Export to... PDF" menu entry to export to PDF ...


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I was appalled at the lack of something like simple-scan for linux (no preview, multipage, direct-to-pdf, no frills, fast scanning), so I wrote one. https://github.com/carlocapocasa/bcscan


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I opened the PDF in preview, exported it as a jpg. Opened word/pages and pasted the jpg into the document and then used a rectangle box to blackout whatever I wanted to and then I exported it as a pdf.


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In the Get Info window for any PDF, there should be a section called Open With. You can choose an application from the pop-up menu (Mine says Preview, since I've already changed it, but yours will say Adobe Reader). Once you change that to Preview, you can click on the Change All button to make it so all PDF documents open with Preview. Mine is grayed out ...


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I also have the AR XI on my MBA 10.9.2. Architecture: i386 Build: 11.0.06.70 AGM: 4.28.134 CoolType: 5.11.135 JP2K: 2.0.0.32097 So far no crashes here with any kind of PDF, online or of line, in German and English with > 70 pages long ect.. Maybe you should look in your Console after a crash to see what is doing it. Additionally ...


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I have Adobe Reader 11.0.06 and MacOS 10.9.2, but do not observe crashes. Perhaps there is something else different about your situation.



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