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Show Hidden Files Mac OS X

Show Hidden Files Mac OS X
Sometimes you may need to display Mac OS X system files for certain application functions. While rare, these commands will allow you to show or hide all files in the Mac operating system.   Open Mac X Terminal in Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal Type the following command as shown defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles YES Finally, re-launch the Mac X Finder. Go to  -> Force Quit -> Highlight Finder and Relaunch it Immediately, you will see all hidden files show up on your Mac desktop.   To hide all Mac files, simply type the following command in terminal com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles NO  and re-launch the Mac Finder for the changes to take affect.  

Add Ricoh Printer on Mac X

Add Ricoh Printer on Mac X
There seems to be confusion on the correct way to add a Ricoh printing device in Mac OS X. Apple and Ricoh have drivers available for the Ricoh line of printers. Apple’s updates to the Ricoh “pack” of drivers, which can be found here - Ricoh Drivers v3.0 Mac X, won’t receive frequent updates, but will allow you to get started with a basic driver for Ricoh.   You should download the latest Ricoh printer driver directly from Ricoh’s website here. The latest drivers will ensure you are taking full advantage of your Ricoh printers capabilities. Once you have installed your specific driver, let’s add your Ricoh printer in Mac.   In System Settings, open Printers & Scanners Click + to add a printer We will connect to the Ricoh printer...

This IPad is Supervised by Another Computer and Cannot Be Used with This Computer

This IPad is Supervised by Another Computer and Cannot Be Used with This Computer
A company will purchase Apple products including iPhones, iPads, iPods, or Apple TV’s and place restrictions on them so a user cannot do certain things with the device. This is typically known as a management profile. Even if you decide to reset or erase the device (General -> Reset – Reset All Settings) the device will only be wiped to the company restrictions and policy it was originally imaged with. Luckily, there is an easy solution to break and erase a company restricted iPad or iDevice. To erase and start from scratch on a supervised iPad, follow these steps.   Place the iPad or iDevice into Recovery Mode. Follow these steps:   1. Turn off the iPad 2. Hold down the home button while you plug in the charging cable. The...
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Hi Sam, what do you mean by wifi? Once its connected to iTunes it should begin the process.
Monday, 05 December 2016 07:46

Mac Mail Insert Text Hyperlink into Email

Mac Mail Insert Text Hyperlink into Email
There is no straightforward method of inserting a customizable hyperlink into a Mac Mail email message and masking the link with pretty text i.e. My Email Link. There is a way to manipulate the link in your email to place text over it. Follow these steps.     1. In Mac X Mail, create a new email message   2. Copy/paste a hyperlink in the email. In the example below, this is http://becomethesolution.com/blogs/blogsitemap     3. Now, move your cursor somewhere into the hyperlink and begin typing text you want to use. For example, I typed “My Link” somewhere in the link pictured below.     4. FInally, delete the surrounding hyperlink leaving only “My Link”. Then, test your link by right-clicking and Open Link.     Done!
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