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Nov
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accepted Are my wireless Microsoft mouse+keyboard supported in OSX?
Nov
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asked Are my wireless Microsoft mouse+keyboard supported in OSX?
Nov
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accepted How does maximizing/full screen work in Mavericks and Yosemite?
Nov
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comment How does maximizing/full screen work in Mavericks and Yosemite?
So in either version, is there a way to automatically resize the window to fill the monitor without switching to full-screen?
Nov
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revised How does maximizing/full screen work in Mavericks and Yosemite?
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Nov
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comment How does maximizing/full screen work in Mavericks and Yosemite?
Well I just upgraded one Mac to 10.10 but I'd like to hear about both since I still run Mavericks.
Nov
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asked How does maximizing/full screen work in Mavericks and Yosemite?
Nov
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comment Standard Windows Keyboard - wrong keys recognised
For some reason the picture of my keyboard layout is still wrong, not like yours, but it is working right. You don't have extra profiles installed or bootcamp do you?
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awarded  Supporter
Nov
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accepted Standard Windows Keyboard - wrong keys recognised
Nov
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comment Standard Windows Keyboard - wrong keys recognised
Ah, it was in /Library not ~/Library. It seems to be working now.
Nov
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comment Standard Windows Keyboard - wrong keys recognised
I don't appear to have that file. I do remember when the dialog came up I was asked to choose if it was ANSI or ISO as Tom mentions. But if it won't let me 'uninstall' the keyboard what can I do?
Nov
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accepted Can I replace optical drive with 2nd hard disk on MacBook?
Nov
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comment Standard Windows Keyboard - wrong keys recognised
I should say I did originally get the "we don't recognise this keyboard, press the key next to the left shift key" (backslash) and I thought it was working. But that now seems to have been lost, can I force OSX to show the dialog again?
Nov
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comment Mac Mini startup sound always plays on internal speaker
Ah, so if I plug in via line-out rather than USB the problem would go away? Can I control the volume levels independently so that before it recognises USB, the internal speaker volume is very low/off?
Nov
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asked Standard Windows Keyboard - wrong keys recognised
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asked Mac Mini startup sound always plays on internal speaker
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awarded  Commentator
Nov
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comment You can only install this software on the disk that is running os x
It's called Amplitube3, by IK Multimedia. If it's something that can be set on a per-application basis, that at least makes some sense... maybe a security thing? This app also doesn't like Migration Assistant.
Nov
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asked You can only install this software on the disk that is running os x