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How can I load an image from a file as my user image in Mavericks? The interface changed so the Mountain Lion instructions aren't applicable, and the Mavericks instructions don't cover loading it fro …
asked Sep 20 '14 by Nick T
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In Office in Windows, if you tap "Alt", letters appear all over the ribbon that illuminate how to navigate through it, switching tabs and hitting buttons to do anything that's on there. How can I d …
asked May 5 '16 by Nick T
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Somehow, I appear to have Scroll Lock on, which 99% of the time is irrelevant, with the 1% of the time being in Microsoft Excel. As the keyboard on my MBP (Model 9,2) doesn't acknowledge the existenc …
asked Feb 18 '13 by Nick T
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Use Fn + Shift + F12 to emulate Scroll Lock. Alternatively, Windows 7's On-Screen Keyboard program (search in Start Menu, or find it under Programs, Accessories, then Ease of Access) has a ScrLk key …
answered Feb 19 '13 by Nick T
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In Windows I can happily fire up MS Paint and draw freehand circles with the brush tool on top of my screenshots. In OS X if I open up a screenshot with Preview and use the pen-looking thing and draw …
asked Feb 26 '16 by Nick T
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I'm assuming you have the 15" rMBP with the NVidia GT 750M. If you're trying to run at native resolution, 2880 x 1800, with full effects, that card is likely inadequate. The GT 750M I would estimate …
answered Jul 7 '14 by Nick T
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Note: This question is how to send an Insert keypress to Microsoft Windows running directly on Apple hardware. This is not about how to use Insert in OS X or through OS X to Windows running in a VM …
asked Mar 5 '13 by Nick T
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Apparently, for Windows running natively on Apple hardware fn + return creates an Insert key press.
answered Mar 5 '13 by Nick T