To find or replace some string through an entire solution or project in eclipse you can use the find and replace dialog. In windows and standard shortcut use Ctrl + H. You can find the it in the menu Search -> File. Now enter the string you want to search for and enter the string
Symbols using in fonts Source: http://kudakurage.com/ligature_symbols/
To remove tfs relationship do the following. Select you application branch in team explorer. Go to the file menu, select source control, then Branching and Merging and finally convert to folder.
Got following message from Plex “failed to run the package service” when installing and trying to run it. I had missed adding certificate key. There’s a good tutorial here at plex The public key that needs to be added in the package center: https://downloads.plex.tv/plex-keys/PlexSign.key
To unsubscribe from Apple Music do the following: Open Apple Music app on your iphone/ipad Hit the account icon in the top left corner Choose “View Apple ID” Choose “Manage” under subscriptions Click the switch to “Off” under auto renewal
If a file already exists in tf do a check deep Output And as stated in the error TFS does not support different cases for the same file or path.
Let’s face it, the jumping/bouncing of an icon is annoying. Open the terminal “Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal” and enter the following: defaults write com.apple.dock no-bouncing -bool TRUE && killall Dock
iPhoto automatically opens up when connecting your iPhone og iPad. The issue is that it’s not iPhoto itself but “Image Capture” that opens it up. Open Image Capture. Locate devices and click on button in the bottom left, icon with an arrow inside a box. Select “Connecting this iPhone opens: ” select No application.
Apple has changed the functionality of the zoom button for every window in OS X Yosemite, the third and green button. It’s not a zoom button anymore (nor a maximize as in MS Windows), it is now a fullscreen. Which at first (and second time) is annoying and confusing. There doesn’t seem to be a way
In Windows 8.1 you can change the default launch screen, so you don’t have to start in the (Metro) Modern UI Start Screen anymore. Start your Windows 8.1, login and go to the desktop, rightclick on the Task Bar (The big blue line) and select Properties. It’ll open the “Taskbar and Navigation properties”, select the