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comment Malware warnings - cause for concern?
Indeed I am. :)
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asked Malware warnings - cause for concern?
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answered Is it practical to use Gmail for mail and calendar and Exchange for contacts while using iOS Mail?
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comment iPhone Configuration Profiles - Creating / Modifying
Wonderful. I'll give that a blast and let you know how it turns out.
Dec
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answered Get an iBook from the hard copy
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awarded  Editor
Dec
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revised Using USB-Keyboard (connected my mbp) to control IPad via Bluetooth Connection
link coded
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suggested approved edit on Using USB-Keyboard (connected my mbp) to control IPad via Bluetooth Connection
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asked iPhone Configuration Profiles - Creating / Modifying
Dec
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comment Why isn't the mute key working for an external output device?
Oh, my bad - assumed it was like my screen and disabled all volume controls entirely.
Dec
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comment Why isn't the mute key working for an external output device?
When you output sound through another device, it disables the volume control on the mac entirely - which is a pain, but unavoidable. You'll get the same response from your mac if you try volume up or volume down, unfortunately.
Dec
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comment Wifi on MacBook 1181 Late 2006
Hmm. Also worth checking Network > Advanced > TC/IP and ensuring that it is set to obtain from network - that 'could' prompt an error, I guess?
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answered Using iPhone as iPod touch
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answered Wifi on MacBook 1181 Late 2006
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comment iPad stolen, last sync is about 6 month old: can I still restore my purchases?
It's available on any iOS device you should choose to login with. Just go to Updates > Purchased and they should all be there.
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comment Mail app shows junk mails in my inbox
Not sure I fully follow - but I think the reason is that the closest thing to a folder on GMail is a label, which doesn't require the message to leave the inbox. So it gains the label 'spam' on the GMail interface, but doesn't actually leave the inbox folder - and therefore the filters. By storing the spam folder locally, iMail will remove the post from the inbox entirely and put it into it's own local folder. I can't promise that's right but that's how I understand it :-)
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answered How do I view mouse-over text with an iPad?
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awarded  Supporter
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answered changed password but still can't access my account
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answered Dual monitors and OS X Lion : get menubar and app switcher on both displays