Use ctrl+cmd+space to bring up the Character Viewer. It is also accessible in edit menu → Emoji and Symbols. Leave the cursor where you want to type and double click on the arrow you want.
Alternatively, The alt codes for arrows can be viewed here on Wikipedia. Have Hex input enabled and active in input sources in keyboard preferences.
For right arrow, ...
Make sure to grant permission through the directory access permissions dialog.If you are using Filezilla Pro, it is under Edit -> Directory access permissions. After you grant permission, you should be able to see the local files from the Local Directory.
There may be a less drastic explanation for this. I had the exact same issue and found that this happens after using slack for calls where I share my screen. So just restart slack after your call has ended. Haven't tested it with other screen sharing software yet.
I have experienced problems using sparsebundles on APFS volumes, whereby writing ~50gb lead to a backup that had incorrect checksums (determined by running tmutil verifychecksums and seeing a failure).
I then switch to using sparsebundles on HFS+ volumes, and no more problems.
Worth mentioning that you are probably using sparsebundles that are themselves ...
There are a few ways you can do this:
Copy and paste the character
You can simply copy and paste the unicode 2190 character
In System Preferences, click Language & Region
Click Keyboard Preferences
Click Input Sources
Click the + button
Scroll to the bottom of the list and select Other
Select Unicode Hex Input and click Add
Select Show ...
JBis’ answer is correct, only the regex string has changed in recent 10.14 versions.
In 10.14.6, the regex to be changed is
And to reduce the minimum amount of characters in a password, you can just change the number 4 to 1, for example. Works like a charm.
(Couldn’t post is a comment, it wouldn’t let me).
This is same as the shortcut you're trying. Apple logo in the menu bar in top left corner-> Force Quit. This should be done from an app whose menu bar is not in the hang(spin-ball) state. To achieve this, I normally click on desktop to get Finder.
A different approach, type Activity Monitor.app in spotlight(cmd+space) or via launchpad or via Applications ...
I have Mojave 10.14.6 (MacBook Pro with touch bar) and cmnd+option+esc works using either cmnd+option from the right or the left of the space bar & esc is on the touch bar...
Have you checked that the key combo has not been altered?
It sounds like it could be a corrupt plist file or something else entirely. You didn't happen to remove any certificates from Keychain did you (accidentally)? Apple uses those for verifying code signatures.
One simple idea to try is to create a new admin account on your computer. Login and see if you're able to update the OS from that account. You can ...
In a Word document (or any other similar text) you just select the text and then go to the area where it gives the name of the font and the size and change the size.
For a web browser you probably have to use the zoom function (View > Zoom In for Safari).
Urdu is no different than any other language as far as increasing the font size is concerned.
I found a couple options that should cover most applications. Either one of these could be used to create an Automator workflow to make running the script more convenient.
Option 1: Terminal command
The open command can be used to open an application using the -a option. You can add the -g option to open the application without bringing it to the ...
I had to try a different route, since when i cloned back from my external drive (using CCC both directions), the newly updated internal hard-drive (erased and updated to APFS) wasn't bootable.
What i did instead, from being in my Mojave stuck in beta Mac:
Create a full Time Machine backup onto external backup drive #1.
Using CCC, create a fully bootable ...