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(If you’d rather install it so that it appears in all account holders’ Font menus, see Figure 9-7) Remove a font. (You can still use AirDrop, though) If your lucky recipient’s icon still isn’t showing up on your Mac, he may have AirDrop turned off or restricted. Oh! she said. As you type, the messages list changes to show only the matching messages from all your mail folders. You can use Stickies for quick notes and to-do items, Web addresses or phone numbers you need to remember, or any other little scraps and snippets of text you come across. (Alas, the Mac does not factor in traffic conditions) Tip: You can set up more than one alarm for the same appointment, each with its own advance-warning interval. To remove an icon from the Dock, just drag it away. On the right side of the screen, there’s a Genres pop-up menu that sorts the offerings by music type. It looks like an overweight telephone jack. Oh, you are Roach, are you? he said. 548 switching to the mac: the missing manual You can, however, open those icons, read them, or even copy them to your Mac— and then edit your copies. I never saw it in India because there wasn't any, said Mary. It’s at the top of every Finder window, and at the top of every Quick Look window. nation characters, as shown here. But it was not long before it was agreed between the two children that Dickon's mother might come into the secret. (Enter your password if you’re asked for it) When all is said and done, here’s what it accomplishes: Transfers your email into Mail from Outlook, Outlook Express, Windows Mail, or Windows Live accounts (POP or IMAP). When he held up his head and fixed his strange eyes on you it seemed as if you believed him almost in spite of yoursebecause he suddenly felt the fascination of actually making a sort of speech like a grown-up person. He must not talk too much; he must not forget that he was ill; he must not forget that he was very easily tired. There are still hundreds or thousands of support files that aren’t embedded within their programs’ icons. Not me, said Ben, straightening himself.