I wonder whether you have to update your vmware tools? Look in your
notification area of Windows installations to see whether it says you have to
update your vmware tools.
> On Apr 6, 2018, at 6:33 PM, Paul Hopewell wrote:
> Maybe off topic but I have
I am not sure about this as I have never created a VM myself, but your system
is complaining about a disk type not being supported. To the best of my
knowledge all of the disks available to an OS are simulated ones that VM is
created. Perhaps, one needs to create a Windows 10 VM sand indicate
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org On
Behalf Of Devin Prater
Sent: Friday, April 6, 2018 12:41 PM
To: 'Chris Blouch'
hi again, it's me Leo, the new mac user.
I want to ask this:
currently, it is possible to accomplish what subject says using Alex's
because I was trying to do it over and over but it only recórds few
seconds and then seems to stop.
What I want to do is recórd an entire book,
> On Apr 5, 2018, at 06:17, Devin Prater wrote:
> Well, yes. You’d have to go through the steps to get BRLTTY working, but
> yeah, then you’d have Braille in the terminal.
Are they still using a patched version of GNU Screen for this on the Mac, or is
there a better
I noticed that Skype got upgraded on my mac to the latest version, despite me
having the checkbox unchecked to update automatically. It is now super laggy,
and I cannot make heads or tails of it. Has anyone either found a workaround
for this latest and super slow Skype. If not,
Thanks Tim, will look again.
> On Apr 6, 2018, at 1:31 AM, Tim Kilburn wrote:
> My version of Pages has Times New Roman. I don't believe that I did anything
> special or downloaded any font set that I can recall. For me, to use Times
> New Roman, I pressed cmd-t
I am having lot of issues being able to open or save attachments on the latest
build of hi sera. Normally what I’ve been doing is going to the bottom of the
message, option ctrl m on the attachment and it will allow me to open or save
it that way. However, lately, the only
> On Apr 5, 2018, at 11:35, Devin Prater wrote:
> What is a good way to learn LaTex? Thanks
There are various books and tutorials available. A good starting point is
The following information is important for
I have a mac.
I was hoping there was an easier way though.
> On Apr 5, 2018, at 9:08 PM, Jonathan Cohn wrote:
> Do you have a macintosh also? I generally clean up my contacts on the Mac and
It sounds like VO isn't focused on the attachment. Also, remember that
attachments may not appear at the end of messages. Some mail clients, including
the default ones on macOS and iOS, will embed attachments wherever the author
Because of this, and because of the focus you're
There is also:
You are probably aware of this, but LaTeX is not a word processor in the
Pages or Nisus Writer Pro sense of the term. It is not a case of CMD + B
and your text will be bold etc.
I am more than happy to help offlist if that would be useful. Have
Yes, I’ve used Markdown. LaTex seems like a powerful tool to me, and many
things use it. Moodle, Emacs, and even the Braille Note Touch can use it for
> On Apr 6, 2018, at 10:21 AM, James wrote:
> There is also:
Thank you for your response. However, accessing the save attachments from the
menu does not bring up a dialogue box asking me where to save it. When I
select that option, the menu disappears and I am brought back to my message in
> On Apr 6, 2018, at 9:41 AM, Alex
On occasion, I've had the Mail app not bring up the Save dialog right away. In
some cases, I believe that it was just a VO focus thing, and in other cases, I
just had to repeat the request. That is, if it was a focus thing, cmd-tab out
of Mail then cmd-tab back in and the dialog should
There is a bit of an easier way if you trust your computer… Open Contacts app
on the Macintosh and then in the “Card” menu there is an item to “Look for
Duplicates”. The other thing you can do on the Macintosh is select multiple
entries in the list of contacts and then select Merge
Really? I'm guessing they're going to your downloads folder, then. I thought
there was a way to change that to prompt for a location, but I'm not in front
of my Mac just now to verify.
Sent from my iPhone
> On Apr 6, 2018, at 09:45, aliFaisal wrote:
> Hi Alex,
this was also my thinking, but I checked the downloads folder. and the
attachment was not there. I did a spotlight search for the attachment, and the
only hit I got was the email message with the attachment, not the actual
> On Apr 6, 2018, at 9:48 AM,
Sorry, not running with HS here at work, but with EC but there is a menu
available either right after the DELETE / REPLY / Reply All / Forward or else
as the very last item in the Header section of the e-mail message. It is a
button menu with the name as the number of attachments in the mail
I’ll give this a try.
> On Apr 6, 2018, at 8:44 AM, Jonathan Cohn wrote:
> There is a bit of an easier way if you trust your computer… Open Contacts app
> on the Macintosh and then in the
Maybe off topic but I have found no help elsewhere andThe VMware support web
site is particularly unhelpful using VoiceOver.
I am running fusion 10.1.1 on Mac OS 10.13.4 on a new iMac with a 256 GB SSD.
All worked fine for Windows 7 64 bit but when upgrading to Windows 10 I get an
Yes I’m running Windows 10 on a 2015 Macbook Pro with 256 GB SSD without any
I’m not sure of the exact version because I’m not currently at my machine, but
I’m running the latest version of Fusion and also updated my Mac OS to the
latest 10.13.4 just yesterday.
Are you trying
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