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Fix: You Don’t Own the File and Don’t Have Permissions to Write It – Preview Mac

Fix: You Don’t Own the File and Don’t Have Permissions to Write It – Preview Mac
When trying to edit a picture in Mac OS X Preview, you may receive an error message that you don’t have permission to edit the file. This seems to be a bug in Preview.   You don’t own the file “” and don’t have permission to write to it. You can duplicate this document and edit the duplicate. Only the duplicate will include your changes.   The quick fix is to click cancel, close the file, and re-open it. You should be able to make edits to the file in Preview again.

Fix: Mac Clear Preview Cache

Fix: Mac Clear Preview Cache
Resolve Mac OS X Preview Application issues including crashing or unsaved changes. You can run these Terminal commands to clear Preview cache and recent items.   1. Quit Preview.  2. Open Terminal on Mac OS X (Application -> Utilities -> Terminal) 3. Type the following commands in Terminal. (You can copy and paste) defaults delete com.apple.Preview.LSSharedFileList RecentDocumentsdefaults write com.apple.Preview NSRecentDocumentsLimit 0defaults write com.apple.Preview.LSSharedFileList RecentDocuments -dict-add MaxAmount 0killall Dock 4. Re-launch Preview for Mac and you should have a clean slate again. It should no longer crash if you were frequently using Preview viewing and editing photos.

How to Debug iPhone Safari on Mac?

How to Debug iPhone Safari on Mac?
You can debug Safari on iOS the same way in Mac OS X. In order to do this, you will need a Mac computer to actually preform and analyze a Safari Web Browser debug capture. Follow these steps.   1. Plug your iPhone or iPad to your Mac. 2. Go to Settings -> Safari -> Advanced -> enable Web Inspector 3. Browse to any website on your iPhone or iPad in Safari. Keep the page open on your device. 4. Open Safari on your Mac. While your iPhone or iPad is still plugged into your computer, go to Develop menu and find your device then choose the website page you want to debug.   5. Now, you can your iPhone or iPad Safari web page in full developer mode with debug...

Fix: Safari Cannot Open the Page Because the Network Connection was Lost

Fix: Safari Cannot Open the Page Because the Network Connection was Lost
If you are trying to open a website that is using https or http on your iPhone or iPad, you may receive the following error if you are on the latest iOS update. The error also happens either over Wi-Fi or your Cellular data network.   Safari cannot open the page because the network connection was lost.   You may be able to open the website fine on other iPhones or iPads devices that are using a different version of iOS. There seems to be a bug in the latest version of iOS and Safari that prevents the page from loading (it doesn’t matter if you are on WiFi or using your Cellular Data Network) Deeper analysis using Safari Web Inspector on or Mac reveals the website we were trying to...
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