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Selecting the 'Language & Region' preference fixed one of my issues - now the Panes show up. I had an issue that the difference preferences were not rendering on the screen, to see the actual buttons and selections, I had to toggle the arrows at the top of the System Preferences window, and get a glimpse of the buttons, and then hope that I was actually ...
In short: No, not easily. There is no officially sanctioned or supported way to sync your preferences to any cloud service. A longer version: Maybe, but it will be unsafe and prone to breakage. While you might have some limited success symlinking either folders or individual files into a cloud storage provider's folder, I would advice against it. You ...
One solution is to write all your list items, one under the other, neglecting any indentation level. Then, you can select all the items you want to be on the same level, and press cmd+]. This will allow you to increase the indentation level. As far as I know, auto-indentation applies just for bulled/dashed lists.
J.Y Han's answer for Mavericks 10.9 no longer works with Yosemite 10.10. Go to System Preferences -> Bluetooth. Now, instead of right-clicking the device, hold down CTRL and left-click. You will now see a menu with an option to rename the device.
The obvious things you can change are several: Turn off Siri - that is a sledge hammer to make sure you never do things by voice. Turn off FaceTime - that also is a sledge hammer in that you can't use FaceTime normally. Turn off the device or move it a) out of voice range if you allow "Hey Siri" b) out of arm range if you keep both 1 and 2 on from above.
You can multi-select & delete from System Prefs > Network > WiFI > Advanced… Shift ⇧ or Cmd ⌘ Click to select multiples, then hit the — button underneath. Note that this will also clear the same settings from any linked iDevice.
I would first look at the network connection and the Internet connection. If neither of those are the issue, or (as with me) neither of those can be changed, the best I can suggest is to quickly pause the video near the beginning and wait a while, in hopes that your Apple TV will build a sufficient buffer at the desired resolution. If the resolution ...
That is indeed a new feature for El Capitan: Mac becomes even more fluent. Japanese Live conversion for keyboard input. OS X El Capitan dramatically improves the ease and speed of entering Japanese text. With an enhanced vocabulary and improved language engine, it automatically transforms Hiragana into written Japanese as you type — ...
Very simple; No way Apple will allow you to do this
The glance that he is referring to is the one you get when you swipe up from the bottom of the watch face. This ends up being your top most entry as set on your iPhone, and you cannot scroll through your other world clocks. However, if you click on a World Clock complication from the watch face, you actually are taken to the World Clock App, in which you ...
Rather than provide a link offsite, the short answer is yes. Turn off find my iPhone and then go to settings > general > reset and tap the one that erases all content and settings. You will then (after a reboot) have an (effectively) factory fresh iPhone suitable for selling to a stranger or giving to a small child. The SIM is not affected, and it will ...
I've had this issue multiple times. My podcast app would show it is using 500MB of space but there were no saved podcasts. Same deal with several other apps. I had No photos on my phone nor did I have any music. Still, I only showed an available 600MB of space available on my phone. After doing several hard restarts computer reboots and syncs, the ...
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