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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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Like Thecafremo already said: You can, once you've added an image into the document, double click it to open it with Preview. Through Preview you'll be able to perform some basic image editing such as size adjustment (Tools / Adjust Size). My addition: Adjust "Resolution" to something larger, i.e. 300 dpi and make sure you uncheck "resample image". Now ...


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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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