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Rounded-Edged Rectangle
Adding a Rounded-Edged Rectangle Click the down arrow next to the Draw button in the Toolbar to reveal the tools. Select the Rounded-Edged Rectangle tool (turns gray when selected). Click and drag to create a rounded rectangle. Adjust the rounded-edged rectangle’s size by locating the sizing handles at the corners of the object.
I have an older version of iOS, how can I download a version of the app which is compatible?
The App Store allows developers to offer a compatible, earlier version of an app for earlier iOS version users based on Apple's support article here: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht5919
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Why is the price in Euros more expensive?
US dollar pricing does not include VAT. Listed prices exclude any applicable sales tax or VAT and/or currency conversion based upon your location in effect at the time of sale. This is to accommodate how pricing is usually presented in Europe versus in the US. The VAT alone typically adds about 20% to the price. The current strong Euro plus foreign exchange costs adds the rest.
What scan settings are best for OCR tasks?
While most scanned documents can be OCR’d, the best scan settings for documents for optimal OCR results should be in grayscale and have a resolution of around 300 dpi with font sizes of 10 points or larger, or 400-600 dpi with font sizes of 9 points or smaller.
I upgraded macOS and TextExpander stopped expanding
If you’ve upgraded your Mac to Apple’s latest OS version, macOS 10.14 (Mojave), you may have found your snippets aren’t expanding. There is a simple adjustment you need to make in the Accessibility pane of System Preferences to get you expanding again.
TextExpander touch
Why doesn't TextExpander touch support images embedded in text?
The iPhone's text views do not support rich text and images. The Mail application is an exception because it uses an HTML editor rather than the standard text view. There's also a bit of a Catch-22 in that the iPhone does not include code to access rich text strings as stored in your snippets and so there's no way for us to convert them to HTML "on the fly" on the iPhone. Perhaps we can improve this, though even if we do, it will only work for pasting into Mail.