I have the perfect solution! In 2013, Microsoft released a free officially-supported solution to help Mac developers test with Internet Explorer versions 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 on Macs:
Go to https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/tools/vms/
Select your desired testing OS ("Mac")
Pick a virtualization platform from among VMWare, Parallels, and ...
If you want to share a configuration you can select the target under My Desktops and either right-click and select Export or from the Microsoft Remote Desktop File menu select Export.
The file that contains the information shown in the Microsoft Remote Desktop window, sans any passwords which are stored in your Keychain, is located at:
I know it's an old thread but since there are no solution mentioned for the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse... I had the same problem and fixed it just now.
It is a hardware issue where the little button below the Windows blue button gets stuck. I had two of these and the one where it was clickable, it worked fine and the second one had the button stuck ...
Finder has a relatively short app menu, so activating Finder is a quick way to see more menu bar icons. (And the built-in Maps app has an even shorter app menu.)
Bartender collapses the menu bar items into a submenu, which will let you see more of them (without being hidden by app menus).
OneNote stores things in an application container in your user's Library folder. Open Finder and use the go to folder function and paste
~/Library/Containers/com.microsoft.onenote.mac/Data/Library/Application Support/Microsoft User Data/OneNote/
The current version has an offline data file in a 15.0 subfolder. You can snoop on the program when it's ...
App menus take precedence over menu bar items. In this case, whatever your foreground app is, it's menu options are too long, causing Window and Help to hide the menu bar items that would otherwise occupy that space. To see more menu bar items, use an app with a shorter menu list, or increase your screen resolution.
Remove the "/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/MAU2.0" folder, which to place the Microsoft Auto Update (MAU) program.
Update: I found ms-office applicaiton would create the MAU2.0 and Microsoft AutoUpdate.app automatically after some days. You can create a blank file named MAU2.0 in the "/Library/Application Support/Microsoft" folder.
sudo touch "/...
Simple solution just found it:
Go to onenote.com and log in.
Make a new notebook from the webpage.
Then wait a minute or two.
Then quit OneNote.
Then re-open it and try it again. Should work.
Seems to be a problem with university-sponsored 365 accounts.
Two months went past, and a "legitimate" solution is nowhere to be seen. Fortunately, there is a simpler and a more radical way to solve this, and all related issues — getting rid of the crappy Microsoft drivers completely. Caps Lock, and other modifier key mappings, are easily changed in the "Keyboard" preferences. Play/Pause, Volume and Mute keys are ...
There is no Internet Explorer for Mountain Lion.
If you must have IE you need to run Windows virtually (e.g., with Bootcamp).
I would try the Chrome or Firefox (or Safari) on Mac and see if they can work for you.
In Safari, you can try this:
Go to Safari > Preferences > Advanced > click on Show Develop Menu in Menu Bar.
In Develop menu > User Agent > ...
As others have explained the menu space is limited.
But you may not need a couple of the ones you have in there so you could try and remove them to see if that gives you the room.
ExpressCard ,Timemachine, Bluetooth,Keyboard input.
Since they are Menu Extras you can hold down the cmd key, click each menu item and drag away from the menu bar and release ...
It seems like the keyboard handles the Fn key itself, rather than passing it through to the OS to handle. Since the OS doesn't receive the Fn key input, it can't do anything to change it.
Therefore, disabling the Fn key would have to be something the keyboard would allow you to control, either on the keyboard itself or with a tool which writes that ...
I suppose this is documented by the choice of words:
Outlook for PC - Use and customize the To-Do bar
That view isn't present on Outlook 2016 version 16.13 or less for macOS.
You'll need to run on windows or try the webmail app. If you search "to do bar" in the help for Outlook - you'll find you can't even put things in to the ribbon yet and there's a ...
This functionality is not (yet) available in OneNote for Mac.
Since I also use Visio and Project, I have a Windows VM with OneNote also installed. From there, I use the "Find Tag" feature and create a new page with the To-Do tags and then allow it to sync to my Mac and iPhone.
It's very cludgy, but for now, it works.
According to Windows: killing the Zone.Identifier NTFS alternate data stream the Zone.Information is:
The Zone.Identifier NTFS alternate data stream (ADS) is appended to Internet downloads by browsers, and inserted by most decompressors when expanding such downloads.
ZoneID=3 means it was downloaded from Internet zone (as opposed to Local Intranet etc) ....
You could use this script taken from here.
from time import strftime
from urllib import URLopener
from urllib2 import urlopen
from xml.dom.minidom import parseString
# Defines source and destination of image
rss_feed = 'http://feeds.feedburner.com/bingimages';
dst_dir = ...
You cannot mount a remote "drive" to OneDrive as the synchronization/authentication protocol is not implemented within the OS X file system. (It is in Windows, which is why can you do it).
However, I have a client who accomplished this with an App: CloudMounter. It worked really well and was priced pretty fairly ($30).
I personally don't have a need ...
Please loot at this:
When I disabled the three fingers drag, the problem have solved.
I would trust the Apple reviewers that iOS 8.0 is the minimum required.
Also, I would also plan on not buying any hardware that is 32 bit since we’re so close to iOS 11 and no more 32 bit apps.
Microsoft’s support is actually pretty amazing for iOS - so you could ask them if they plan on leaving older versions of the app available. Developers don’t have to ...
This extract from the Office Support Page from Microsoft lays it all out:
• File systems: NTFS or HFS+ (case insensitive)
See this page from 2011 on StackExchange which recommends a paid app iPartition that will apparently change from case sensitive to case insensitive.
Disclaimer: I have no financial or other interest in Coriolis Systems Ltd., ...