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Try this select the file and press cmd+I. Then under "Open with" select the application you want to open in QuickLook. And then press the "Change All..." button


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qlmanage Use the command line tool qlmanage to investigate your QuickLook set up, including the default generator for each file format. qlmanage -- Quick Look Server debug and management tool Apple's QuickLook developer documentation provides a good overview of how QuickLook works and how to test specific plugins. Editing the iA Writer QuickLook ...


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The Stackowerflow might be a better place for your question. And maybe an answer here!


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Preview is not actually opening the document for formatting/editing. It opens a image of it, so no you can not change the font size, but you can increase the size of the image it self.


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I have this problem too. It's sporadic and usually happens when quicklooking through a number of high-res images (e.g. JPEGs several megabytes in size) sequentially. But once it occurs the same image continues to return blank quicklook previews.


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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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Full instructions here http://osxandioshelp.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Send-Image-from-Preview-to-Photoshop.jpg It would be cool if we have an icon or contextual menu to do that.


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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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Right click PDF document. Select "Open With". Select "Safari.app". Right click on a page of the document within Safari. Select "Two Pages Continuous". Very stupid for Apple to remove this feature from Preview in the latest versions.


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I do not have that Bug on my MBA 10.9.2 I see you use the XEE as your default app for .jpg and others? There might be a conflict so try disabling the XEE app.


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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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I have managed to fix the problem by using Preview to export the PDF file as a PDF. Somehow, doing so makes all the difference in terms of Preview's ability to recognize discrete lines of text that can then be highlighted normally.


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I have the same problem. It seems to occur only with PDFs that I have OCR'd with Adobe Acrobat. The same problem doesn't occur when highlighting the same file in other PDF readers, such as Skim. Quitting and restarting Preview does not help, in my case. Presumably, it's a Preview bug. I hope Apple fixes it.


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If you paste the pdf or image into Apple's Numbers app you can print it across many pages.


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You can't. Just use Adobe Reader if you have to view it. You might be able to view it in Safari if you don't want to have to use Adobe Reader. Just right click on the .pdf file and select "Open With"



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