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Convert SF Symbols to Images

by Mark Gavin The MacOS now includes several sets of fonts containing user interface symbols called “SF Symbols”. These are sets of very clean and well organized user interface graphics which can be used for desktop and mobile applications. The limitation on using these font elements on desktop is they are currently only shipped with […]

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Introduction to the Linux Command Line Interface

The Linux Journal has published the article “Linux Command Line Interface Introduction: A Guide to the Linux CLI” by Antonio Riso. This is a short article worth reading by anyone unfamiliar with working with a command-line interface (CLI).

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Choice Field Display Bug in Acrobat

by Mark Gavin. We found a case where the value of a ComboBox Field does not display properly when using Acrobat. The same field value displays properly using Apple Preview or the Google Chrome PDF viewer. The field flags show that this is not a MultiSelect field; however, the field dictionary contains an “I” array […]

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