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I recently downloaded XCode. The file size is 1.7 GB. In Activity Monitor, it indicated while downloading, that my upload speed was basically 50% of my download speed for the entire duration of the do …
asked Nov 21 '11 by mockman
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http://www.blackberry.com/btsc/KB19222 Cached Exchange Mode isn't really a good thing. The whole point of Exchange and BES is that you're working with dynamic, real-time, push email. But, it has some …
answered Feb 4 '11 by mockman
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When you asked this, the answer was no. However, version 2 allows for updates to the handheld code. http://us.blackberry.com/apps-software/desktop/desktop_mac.jsp
answered Feb 4 '11 by mockman
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Short answer is no. http://www.blackberry.com/btsc/KB14730
answered Feb 4 '11 by mockman
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You didn't mention what flavour of UNIX but I think there's a textutil on many. http://www.unix.com/man-page/All/1/TEXTUTIL/ -convert fmt Convert the specified files to the indicated format and …
answered Feb 9 '11 by mockman
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You actually have several ways you can move around -- after you hit the arrow button beside the filename textarea. Do this first. Double click on a folder and it will open. Highlight a folder and ty …
answered Feb 15 '11 by mockman
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If you take your processor (which you can find on the spec page for your iMac) over to Intel's site, you can look up whether it is 64-bit or not. The added bonus is that it's authoritative. http://ar …
answered Jan 25 '11 by mockman
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Reboot your cable modem. You didn't mention how you're connecting to the internet but if you're connecting using cable or DSL, try rebooting all the pieces. It sounds goofy because you're able to co …
answered May 12 '10 by mockman
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'Forgetting' is overkill for what you want. It would be easier to just turn the iPhone off before you turn the Jawbone on. Or turn Bluetooth off. I have to do this sometimes because I have two phone …
answered Jan 25 '11 by mockman
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Sounds like you're holding the shift key down as well. Ctrl + ; is date. Ctrl + Shift + : is time. Alternatively, =TODAY() will give you the date, but it is dynamic. However, if you copy and then …
answered Mar 5 '11 by mockman
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If you have access to Linux, there is apparently an app called pxview. One of its options is px2csv, so it can create files that Excel can read. It can also output to SQL, which presumably Access can …
answered Mar 5 '11 by mockman
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In all probability, there is something wrong with the 2972nd record. It may be corrupt. It might contain illegal characters. A critical field in it might be empty. Recurring events without an end dat …
answered Sep 15 '10 by mockman
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Select the 'orderable' column. Type ƒ5 (or select Go To…). Choose Special…. Select 'Blanks'. At this point, all blank cells in your original selection should selected. Right-click on one of the selec …
answered Mar 5 '11 by mockman
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If you want to use Excel to put each element in its own cell, then use Data > Text to Columns…. Then use -space- as a delimiter. In your example, you'll end up with five columns in each row.
answered Mar 5 '11 by mockman
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A slightly different approach here, in three parts: Data entry table -- Each session, someone would enter the role players and the roles. Table is sorted by date (descending). Cross-Reference Table …
answered Nov 12 '13 by mockman

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