Found this; "Users have noticed that after upgrading to iOS 8.0 they cannot upload files from Safari. "Sad but true. The new iOS version has a bug that renders sending files by browsers impossible. When you choose a file in a form on HTML
You choose a file from the iPad through the forum software or you can choose a url. i was loading a file from Photos. I tried a recent picture I took after updating and an older photo. Neither one would upload. It was in Safari. They don't have an ap
I did another reboot and got the iPad mini to update. I tried inserting a picture in a quilting forum and it would not upload. If I understand correctly, that may be because of the forum software and not the iPad. Is that correct?
I believe Super Duper and Carbon Copy Cloner can do specific backups, but I'm not mobile. I've relied on Time Machine for everything, except yearly backups. Scary story. Feel like backing up right now…
So I'm packing up to go on location and when I come back into the studio and sit down.. I hear a clicking sound. I track it to the "My Passport Ultra" drive that i bought about 8 months ago to replace an aging LaCie drive. Uh-oh. I see it's
Yeah, always much quicker, and if something goes bad you have a local backup to restore from rather than the cloud, much quicker. I backup to my computer along with the cloud. Through in iTunes you can also download only, then do the update. Edit -
It all depends on how many windows you have open probably. It is much more efficient in Mavericks though, Safari is using about 195M base, plus it seems to use around 50-100M per Tab/Window under each Safari Web content heading. It seems to use abou
I can't imagine that guy's mind !! Can you picture how he conceived this ... all the 3D planning and perspective... and each little piece fits perfectly !! MIND boggling !! .... or in my case.... MY-boggling !! Man, what a "rocket scient
Sometime last night after posting about my Safari hang, Activity Monitor again showed one process in Safari as hung. AM shows each Safari window as a separate process called 'Safari Web Content' but can't remember if Snow Leopard did the same thing.
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