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Feb
20
comment How to retrieve a PDF file from an iOS device?
iBooks does not have a Share with Airdrop option, unfortunately.
Feb
20
comment How to retrieve a PDF file from an iOS device?
While it's technically working, I'm looking for a way to do this without network connection, and a third party service.
Feb
20
comment How to retrieve a PDF file from an iOS device?
Yes. should. But iTunes won't let it go.
Feb
20
asked How to retrieve a PDF file from an iOS device?
Jan
8
revised How does Time Machine behave when the backup drive becomes full?
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Jan
7
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Jan
5
comment How does Time Machine behave when the backup drive becomes full?
Is this documented by Apple somewhere ?
Jan
4
asked Is there a way to read the Spotlight comment in Automator workflow
Jan
3
comment How does Time Machine behave when the backup drive becomes full?
Thanks for the answer. There seems to be a lot of misunderstanding about what files can be deleted, and when..
Jan
3
revised How does Time Machine behave when the backup drive becomes full?
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Jan
3
revised How does Time Machine behave when the backup drive becomes full?
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Jan
3
answered Time Machine Backing Up Large Amounts of Data Each Time
Jan
3
asked How does Time Machine behave when the backup drive becomes full?
Dec
30
comment How can I view hidden files in the Finder?
Here is the command for Yosemite: defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -boolean true ; killall Finder . Note the difference bool/boolean.
Dec
29
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Nov
5
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Oct
30
comment PDFs looking different in Yosemite Preview.app
In my opinion, this is a form of planned obsolescence. While sub-pixel smoothing was a cool trick to kinda multiply by 3 the horizontal resolution of LCD display, nowadays it becomes less useful due to the increasing resolution of monitors. It is pointless to do this on retina displays, and you can also notice that it has never been done on iPads (also maybe due to the fact that the screen can be rotated). IMO, Yosemite implies recent hardware, ie high DPI screens.
Aug
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Jul
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