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comment Google Maps for iPhone: how to disable “My location”?
Glad to see that I wasn't the only one. t just updated to 4.1.0 in my iPhone, and will update here if it happens again...
Dec
14
comment See links download progress in Mail
He said "Activity monitor" in his first response, so I used the same name when responding. Anyway, we both are referring to the same window, the one that shows activity when downloading mails or syncing IMAP folders (just so that you see that I know the window you're talking about… :-) )
Dec
13
comment See links download progress in Mail
I said in my question "no progress indicator anywhere". Don't you think that any reasonably experienced Mac user already knows about the Activity monitor, and therefore, already includes it implicitly when saying "anywhere"? Anyway, that's just a misunderstanding: the point is that I did try it again before responding, by sending an email to myself with a link, and the Activity monitor shows nothing.
Dec
13
asked Google Maps for iPhone: how to disable “My location”?
Dec
13
comment See links download progress in Mail
The Activity Monitor shows nothing. Otherwise I wouldn't have bothered to ask.
Dec
11
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
3
asked See links download progress in Mail
Nov
21
comment Automator on unsupported apps: how to?
I was trying to process a lot of MOVs through MPEG Streamclip, but I'm also curious, generally speaking, about how Automator works. Does the third-party program need to expose support for Automator?
Nov
21
asked Automator on unsupported apps: how to?
Nov
18
accepted Password managers for iOS
Oct
28
comment Set up ad-hoc FTP server?
Doesn't Google Drive offer 5Gb. for free?
Oct
27
asked iPhone: transfer audio from Whatsapp to Music library
Oct
20
awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
13
asked Can I use an U.S. SIM-free Iphone 6 with an european LTE network?
Aug
31
comment Can't stream Airplay after upgrading to iOS 7
The way I see it, if I used to be able to do something with a piece of hardware and I can't anymore, then it's the manufacturer who has "dropped support". Or remove a feature that used to work. Anyway, I just wanted to confirm that it isn't a bug on my part, but an intentional behaviour by Apple.
Aug
23
asked Can't stream Airplay after upgrading to iOS 7
May
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
15
awarded  Custodian
Apr
15
reviewed Approve Password managers for iOS
Apr
15
asked Password managers for iOS