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That button is to convert Simplified Chinese to Complicated Chinese. So you select some Simplified Chinese text like: 我喜欢吃面包 (I like to eat bread) Tap that Chinese pop up option and it converts it to: 我喜歡吃麵包 (I like to eat bread) Which is the Complicated Chinese version of that sentence, but still retains the same meaning. You can do this vice versa. ...
I finally figured it out: I can achieve what I want by using the $ARGV array which holds all arguments that are passed on to the perl script via the command line. In an applescript I can simply put this line: do shell script "perl myscript.pl inputfile outputfile" Assuming inputfile and ouputfile are the (paths to) the files I want to run the perl script ...
You can use QuicklookStephen (https://github.com/whomwah/qlstephen). Install via Brew: brew install Caskroom/cask/qlstephen and then reset the Quicklook plugins: qlmanage -r and you should be good to go! Tested with both files without extension and files with "unknown" extension (e.g. .nfo)
The maximum length of a command line is 2**18 bytes: $ getconf ARG_MAX 262144 So that for example this results in an error: read "/usr/share/dict/web2" for 270000 do shell script "printf %s " & quoted form of result If the input is short enough, you can pass it to perl as part of the command line: read "/usr/share/dict/web2" for 260000 do shell ...
No, you can only use iMessages on iOS and Mac OS devices.
Did you look here? [ How to delete a word accidentally added to the Pages dictionary? ] Looks like you can right-click the word and choose unlearn.
As a workaround: add the correction to your Keyboard prefs. SysPrefs > Keyboard > Text formating --> formatting I know it's not the real solution you want, but perhaps helps in the mean time.
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