What are some workarounds to draft your posts to Quora spaces, since they don't show up on your draft page?
The best workaround that I can think of is also a workaround for those who only see their typos immediately after theyve published the answer Jennifer Edeburn's answer to How can I best edit my Quora answers before submitting them? answer aid 425875 As noted in that answerposing outside of the Quora environment can be problematic because answers that are copied and pasted in often have difficulty with transfer of s images and formatting. My best rmendation from that answer is to use a personal blog (theyre still around!) topose your draft; when it is done you can copy it in one swoop to your Space post and delete the post on your blog. Solution 3 Publish it on Quora where no one will see it then copy and paste it to your answer after you are happy with it. This is the solution that I feel best addresses the problem outlined by the OP in the question details imperfections that magically appear on converting from edit mode to submitted answer. Quora blogs use the same editor as answers. If you have a blog and you don invite people to it nor are extremely popular so that people are checking out your blogs from your profile then nobody will follow it and nobody will see where you write there. And if you give it some name like Answer Drafts then even if they do see it they will be well warned that you do not consider anything they see to be a finished product. Write your answer as a blog post publish and edit it. When you are satisfied paste it in as an answer to the question and then delete the blog post that you used for drafting. This is a hack no question but it allows you to draft and preview in privacy. Whether or not you like it better than simply frantically correcting small errors after publishing an answer directly and hoping no one is looking at your answer in the meantime that a different question
How can I create an image from one Mac that can be copied onto other Macs? Current system is Catalina and I been trying to set this up for the company I work for.
Most people do this by using a utility like Carbon Copy Cloner or SuperDuper.
How does Apple choose wallpaper/background photographs for its devices and operating systems?
I think I can answer a few of the questions posed here. Digging into the Mac semi-hidden Resources folder (from the Finder hit Command+Shift+G to open the Go To Folder dialog and copy-paste this Collections) reveals four directories that point to Apple's key desktop themesn 1-National Geographic 2-Aerial 3-Cosmos 4-Nature Patterns nGoing by the total number of s are sourced from National Geographic italic . The actual number will be higher because doing a Google reverse s 447 67 master_ s zoomable search trick for the photos in the Cosmos folder and unsurprisingly I was able to trace some of them back to the NASA website (for example this one posted below). I suggest that given the nature of these s are from NASA. nA little Googling reveals at least two photographers ( Jimmy Chin and Keegan Gibbs ) who have had dealings with Apple. Gibbs actually blogged about how he was approached by Apple to license one of his s 48 72 master_ s zoomable s and approaches the photographer or website to license them. From Gibbs blog post Two months ago while checking my email early in the morning in bed I almost deleted an email mistaking it as spam or some junk mail. After rereading the two line preview I opened it and it was from someone in the art department from Apple. Attached was a photo of mine they had pulled off of my website and asked if I was interested in licensing it to them. Well fast forward to yesterday Apple released the new iOS 7 operating system for iPhones iPads and iPods. If you update your phone or buy a new iPhone my photo above is one of the stock background options you can select.
How can I convert my 800 page book into a PDF?
Before I rmend book scanner to you let me briefly introduce scanners available in the market. Generally there are 4 s of scanners. 1. Flatbed Scanner This is the mostmon scanner you may find in the market. Advantage High accuracy via CCD scanning Disadvantage Slow speed with black line on central seam Price range Dozens of dollars to several thousands of dollars Brands Canon HP EPSON and etc. 2. Zero Margins Scanner An advanced version of flatbed scanner. Advantage High accuracy via CCD scanning. Scanning results are not affected by book binding. No black line on central seam Disadvantage Still slow speed. Price range Dozens of dollars to several thousands of dollars Brands Ditto. 3. Sheet-Fed Scanner Scanner with high speed. Advantage Add sheets aromatically. Some advanced version device can operate two sides simultaneously. Free of manual operations. Scan speed can reach 3 pages Disadvantage Need to unbind which means to damage books. If scanning pages in different formats thickness ure it may cause paper jam. Price range Several hundreds to several thousands of dollars Brands Ditto. 4. Book Scanner Tailored for book and document scanning. Advantage CMOS scanning. Easy to operate. Turn page and scan. And fast. Disadvantage Pretty expensive and cumbersome. Price range Several thousands of dollars (even up to tens of thousands of dollars) Brands BOOKEYE ZEUTSCHEL Atiz and etc. In short affordable scanners can be difficult to use but practical ones are extremely expensive. If an individual wants to scan a book quickly what the best choice? Ill rmend CZUR Smart Book Scanner . (PS Im interest-related) CZUR Book & Document Scanner with Smart OCR for Mac and Windows Electronics s=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=154182444&sr=1-1&keywords=czur It a smart book scanner. Fast and affordable. Find some key features here The World s First Flattening Curve - No need to unbind Fast Scanning Speed - Scan a 3-page book in 7 min OCR - Convert s 788 1376 master_ s zoomable s 3456 5184 master_ s zoomable s 422 8 master_ s zoomable processing mode( based on what youre going to scan) 5. Turn the page and Scan! When scanning you may check the preview s 66 1269 master_ s zoomable s in to editable files. So you may choose to form Word Searchable PDF(can search copy and paste in PDF files). Done!
Is there a low cost alternative to an automatic Atiz book scanner?
Yeah there is another alternative to this scanner. CZUR ET16 is an inexpensive book scanner that can do your book scanning job in a budget-friendly manner. The improved Czur ET16 is well-made and highly capable of scanning a wide variety of materials sophisticatedly. It has numerous features. Its an excellent choice for users who are looking for an inexpensive full-featured scanner. But the Mac software for this book scanner however weakens the sweet deal. It is noise free has innovative side lighting Auto-flatten and finger removal software and Auto-cropping and tilts correction too. This buying ge about scanners designed to scan books s will help you choose the best alternative to an automatic Atiz book scanner.
How do I avoid placing a complex vector design as an embedded EPS in InDesign when copy/pasting from Illustrator?
Don copy italic but save the file as a normal Illustrator italic file and Place italic it in stead. The only good reason to copy and paste from Illustrator italic is the ability to still edit all the vectors (shape color stroke etc.) in InDesign italic . But this is only possible and beneficial when it involves simple designs like logos icons or diagrams so you can change a color or tweak some paths or objects without having to create save and place another version. EPS italic is a very old-fashioned image file format mostly used for vector illustrations. It doesn support soft transparencies (hence the necessary crudeness of flattening) no easy RGB coloursplex paths are cut in parts it contains a massive preview resource (totally useless for InDesign italic ) and doesn't play nice with color proofing. EPS italic files are still supported in InDesign italic though and there no need to avoid these old puppies when that all you have. But there no need to create them anymore. As a matter of fact I wonder how you end up with an EPS by copying. I guess an ancient AICB italic setting (Adobe Illustrator ClipBoard) italic must be kicking in like Stephen Walker italic user 71959333 suggested in his reply to yourment on his answer.
In Mac OS X, when I copy (Cmd-C) an image and paste (Cmd-V) in Word, Powerpoint, or Skype, it just pastes the file name, not the image itself. How can I solve this problem?
(Assuming you mean copying into Word etc.) Try dragging the file from the Finder to your document window in Word or PowerPoint. Drag and Drop is the native method for moving content around. Tip If you have a picture open in say Preview you can drag its small proxy icon in the window top bar to the target document. No need to go find the file in the Finder. (But if you really want to find it CMD- click on the icon to reveal the path to it.)