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Sorry but what you want is not possible. You could try adding the XCode keybindings that do this "^\UF702" = "moveSubWordBackward:"; /* Ctl-Left Arrow */ "^$\UF702" = "moveSubWordBackwardAndModifySelection:"; /* Ctl-Shift-Left Arrow */ "^\UF703" = "moveSubWordForward:"; /* Ctl-Right Arrow */ "^$\UF703" = ...


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guessing - they're iMessages & both are using the Apple ID rather than just the individual phone number… though I still don't think it's very wise have 2 people's devices using the same ID, Family Sharing would seem a better option. Try removing the ID as an iMessage source, leaving just the phone number, on at least one of the devices…


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do you mean iMessage messages? Try deleting the account from you one phone unter Settings->iMessage.


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Viewing two example files in TextEdit there is indeed no difference: On the left side Rich Text and on the right side Simple Text Keyboard Layout: de-de Viewing the same files with TextWrangler ("showing invisibles" enabled) the differences are revealed: Viewing only the text file with TextWrangler ("hiding invisibles" enabled): the same file in ...


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The plain-text format does not support rich-text formating like blue, underlining, or indeed linking. It only supports unformattedplain text. You can press Command+Shift +T in TextEdit to toggle between rich-text and Plain text format. Rich-text mode will allow you to use formatting and linking. Now, as for linking things you have copied into your ...


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To convert multiple plain text URLs to hyperlinks in a rich text file in TextEdit, you must apply an action. After pasting the text, go to Edit > Substitutions > Show Substitutions, making sure 'Smart Links' is ticked, and either select the text and use 'Replace in Selection' or use 'Replace All' to apply to whole document itself: EXAMPLE: I pasted same ...


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If you press and hold on the iMessage it will let you choose Send as Text Message. If you do this enough it will automatically start to send as a text message. Also tell your brother to visit https://selfsolve.apple.com/deregister-imessage to deregister his iMessage so this doesnt happen with anyone else.


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You can do with a simple script: #!/bin/bash directories="/your/path/dir1 /your/path/dir2 /your/path/dir3" for d in $directories do cat $(find $d -name "*.txt") > $(echo $d | sed 's/\///g').txt done This script will concatenate every txt file on /your/path/dir1 and saves it as yourpathdir1.txt in your actual path. Then will do the same with ...



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