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Aug
23
accepted No longer an option to upload to iCloud with iTunes Match and iTunes 12.2.2?
Aug
18
comment No longer an option to upload to iCloud with iTunes Match and iTunes 12.2.2?
This answer is not helpful. The issue is not that I am not using the iCloud Music Library. It is already enabled, and your answer does not address the question.
Aug
15
answered How do you complete an album using Apple Music?
Aug
15
asked How do you complete an album using Apple Music?
Aug
14
revised No longer an option to upload to iCloud with iTunes Match and iTunes 12.2.2?
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Aug
14
revised No longer an option to upload to iCloud with iTunes Match and iTunes 12.2.2?
correcting a few feature name references
Aug
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revised No longer an option to upload to iCloud with iTunes Match and iTunes 12.2.2?
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asked No longer an option to upload to iCloud with iTunes Match and iTunes 12.2.2?
Jul
28
comment Why does Messages on OSX always show unread messages?
That's pretty handy, thanks! I just still wish I could get to the bottom of why it does this in the first place and make it stop.
Jul
18
comment Legit email is consistently going to junk folder despite NOT being marked as junk
Thanks, although I'd really prefer not to have to add a whole other solution for this. Incidentally I used to have the "trust headers" option enabled, and actually disabled it recently thinking it might be the culprit. It was not. The problem here is not false positives (though there are plenty of those) - it's that Mail is moving messages into Junk, that are not marked as junk! That's what I'd like to get to the bottom of - is this a bug? Some expected behavior that I don't understand? A feature??
Jul
18
asked Legit email is consistently going to junk folder despite NOT being marked as junk
Jul
11
comment Find symbolic links (’s names) with Spotlight (Finder)
@danielAzuelos Actually no, Finder (Spotlight) is not able to locate symlinks, period. Not by name, not by type, not by anything. That's the whole problem as clearly indicated in the original question. @ fd0 The problem is, I have no option to not use Spotlight. Other apps I use, are also not able to see symlinks, and it appears to be because they also leverage Spotlight. In particular I use Path Finder as a "replacement" for Finder (more of an addition really) and the developer has given me some indication that it should be able to find them, but as yet no joy. Any other suggestions?
Jul
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Jul
5
revised How to make spotlight index symlinks on a standard network share under Mavericks
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Jul
5
comment Find symbolic links (’s names) with Spotlight (Finder)
I have the same problem, and I need a way to make the native Finder/Spotlight find symlinks, not a CLI solution. Did you ever find a way to make Spotlight index symlinks?
Jul
4
revised How to make spotlight index symlinks on a standard network share under Mavericks
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asked How to make spotlight index symlinks on a standard network share under Mavericks
May
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asked How to label voice memos in iOS 8?
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