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Select Alternate Font Autocad For Mac Doesn 039;t Work

@san cuttriss - Same problem with MacOS here, and still not working:I tried the green + method you mentioned in a previous reply, but when navigating to the ShaperUtilities.bundle it is greyed out in the file selector that appears after clicking +. It will not allow me to select it?I can find ShaperUtilities.bundle in this location:$HOME/Library/Containers/com.autodesk.mas.fusion360/Data/Library/Application Support/Autodesk/ApplicationPlugins/ShaperUtilities.bundleand there is also a symbolic link to that file, from this location:$HOME/Library/Application Support/Autodesk/ApplicationPlugins/ShaperUtilities.bundleCould you please clarify which is the correct location? Would it be possible to just copy it to that location? Or does it have to be added with "+", and why does that not work?

Select Alternate Font Autocad For Mac Doesn 039;t Work

Hello, you say that you have working it on the latest Fusion 360 release. I am trying to get it to work on version 2.0.6670, but after installation, it doesn't show up in Fusion. Any ideas on how to fix this?

Pete also emailed so we are responding to Pete directly via email. If others need technical support, it is better if you can email us (see Get Technical Help link above). This reviews section doesn't work well for assistance and Q&A - there is a delay as posts need to be approved by Autodesk, and we do not get the email address to respond directly. Thanks.

Hi. I know it works with Arabic TrueType fonts so it might be a limitation of that shx font. If you can email me the font and a sample drawing I would be happy to take a look. Email me at the support address -

Web-safe colors are the 216 colors used by allbrowsers, regardless of the platform. If you select a color thatis not web-safe, an alert cube appearsin the Color panel, Color Picker, or Edit Colors/Recolor Artworkdialog box.

oh wow, selecting "Editing Java Source" actually worked! Now, unfortunately this means that I'm SOL if I nav into a non-Java file (JSP, XML, JS, etc.). The fix for this is to "copy command" for this pair, and select all the "whens" that I want. So far it's at least working beautifully for Java and JSP files. This is a major PITA to set up, but it's just a one-time thing.

If you want to simply switch between your current and your previous tab selections, using CTRL + F6 will switch you back and forth. To navigate to a tab further back in your history, you need to use the UP / DOWN keys while the Editors window is open. This works with Helios (Eclipse 3.6); not sure if this is true for older versions of Eclipse.

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Illustrator CS's PDF Options dialog box offers five panels of options, most of which are comparable to Acrobat's options. You can select ODF security, image compression and downsampling, font embedding and subsetting, and ICC profile embedding. You can also specify printer's marks and bleeds. What's more, when Acrobat 6 compatibility is selected, you have the option of creating PDF layers from the top-level Illustrator layers.

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I have used dropbox for business since 2013 and now its end of 2019. I am moving to google drive only due to one reason. Dropbox do not support full sync of more aprox 300 000 files. in 2018 i wanted to do local backup as well since it took too much time to get out the files i wanted in my workflow. I have used about 100 hours to get hold of all my files before i had to pay a third party to help me out. I got 1,4 million files and 9,2 TB of data and it takes me 17 days to sync to google drive. Then i have to sync from google drive to my local drive. I have tried with help from dropbox support 3 times without any luck of fixing it. Even tried downloading 300 000 files in selective sync at a time. Even then i run into challenges. Even though it says that its updated not all folders and files are. Thats pretty annoying when you have used one week for only one go and then fail. This was my 4th fail and then I gave up. I just hope I am more lucky getting the files out from google drive. If not i have to move the data to a third party vendor that send a physical hardrive with the data. 17 days to wait for download is just too much time.

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MacBook's, on the other, don't offer an instant face login feature which, in my opinion, is a big miss, especially when considering that I use FaceID on my iPhone every day. Apple's technology is there; I don't understand why it doesn't implement it on its MacBook devices. When I use MacBooks, I usually opt for using the built-in fingerprint sensor and use Touch ID. It isn't nearly as convenient as Windows Hello, but it works quickly with high accuracy. Regardless, I would love to see FaceID or something similar implemented into upcoming MacBook systems.

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