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A quick and dirty solution in Pages 5, is to select the text you want a line over and add "____" as "Phonetic Guide Text" from the Format menu. The line might be slightly thinner than you want, but it's fast and requires no extra tools
Neither text nor iMessages send the conversation history; that is saved locally on your own device, & also on theirs. Each user is in charge of whether or not to keep that history. To send a text/iMessage, all you need is their phone number, nothing else. They don't even have to be in your address book.
I was just able to duplicate this behavior sending a text to a number not in service. The exact error message arrives as a text message from a network number and reads "1XXXYYYZZZZ Error Invalid Number. Please Re-send using a valid 10 digit mobile number or short code." (where XXXYYYZZZZ is the bad phone number). It means either you are texting a number ...
The US telephone system use a #1 in front of USA area codes. If you with in the same area then you do not need to dial it. Even if you dial '1 in local calls it will be just ignored. You phone automatically adds a #1 anyway so you do not forget it. However if you are outside the area then #1 is needed in front of the number. In modern days devices the ...
Managed to try Quartz debug in my Mavericks. After enabling HiDPI display mode, I got this in display preferences. Noticed only 960 X 540 (HiDPI) is available. which doubles everything that appears on screen. very nice and crisp looking font and icons are smooth but it is too big for the need. Just double. Is there a way to get a resolution option with ...
Currently there is no good way to do this and no way to only increase the resolution slightly. If you download Quartz Composer from https://developer.apple.com/downloads/, you can use a HiDPI resolution, which completely doubles the size of everything on your display and uses higher-quality graphics, like the way a Retina MacBook Pro would work. With a 1080p ...
You can send text by textfree app for iPad
I have an MBP Retina 15”, too, and I use Chrome (version 36), and everything looks just like it should. There’s no blockiness, nothing is the wrong size, all text is crystal clear, in short: there’s no problem with a Retina MBP and Chrome.
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