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The strange edited file name is due to it currently saving a temporary file. Did you quit TextEdit after you edited the file?


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To figure out why TextEdit is crashing, your best bet is to pull up Console and look for error messages from TextEdit. That said, there are so many better text editors available on OS X. Unless you have a really good reason for using TextEdit, I'd suggest trying any of these: Sublime Text: http://www.sublimetext.com/ Atom: http://atom.io/ TextMate: ...


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CMD + T Adjust document color. Adjust text color.


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If you pop open your Web Inspector (or the equivalent in your browser) there will be a Javascript console. You can run your own code and apply your own styles to the page. You could set all the text to be the same style, and leave the color alone: var myStyle= document.createElement('style') myStyle.textContent= "* { font:normal 16px/1.4 sans-serif ...


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Many WYSWYG text editors and word processors try to anticipate your formatting intentions. It takes a bit of work to overcome this at times, selecting lists, deselecting lists, adding formatting after the fact, etc. For a bit more control while working, you can manually insert bullets in your text along with using tabs. See Screenshot. Not using the list ...



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