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Editing cuss word from podcast?

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Apple – Support – Discussions – Editing cuss word from podcast? ….  Karl_out_West has the answer.

that’s not necessary. there are two ways to delete anything from an audio file in GB.

One is in the standard Tracks display.. let the audio play up to the element to be deleted, and press the space bar. this will stop the playback and the ‘playhead’ right at that spot. Edit>split track. Press space to play, and at the end of the element to be deleted, press spacebar again to stop. Again do edit>split track.

You have split the audio into three regions: keep|delete|keep .. you need to click in the blank space BELOW the track to deselect the track, then click on the region-to-delete. Press the Delete key on the keyboard. This leaves a hole in your sound track.. click on the rightmost region and drag it to the left, across the space, right up against the leftmost ‘keep’ region.


There is another way to do it with the Edit Region icon, but you’ll have to use GB’s Help command for that one.

“Ghost” page numbers on every second page

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So Jerrold Green1 figured it out:

Sometimes in the process of importing from Word, page numbers are improperly converted to Master Objects or Background Objects. Go to Format > Advanced > Make Master Objects Selectable. Then, with the cursor in the Margin of the document, press the Command Key (Cursor changes to an Arrow) and drag the cursor diagonally across the page number to select it. Then press the Delete key and the number should be gone. You need to check carefully to make sure that you have eliminated all the instances. There may be one per Section.

via Apple – Support – Discussions –.


Cant install 10.6.5 because of CRL was not found error

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According to chochos: (this fixed the issue)

I was getting the “CRL was not found” error as well. I thought it had something to do with DNS but changing DNS didn’t help. Finally I solved it by opening Keychain Access, and changing the Preferences forCertificates, setting the CRL preference from “Require” to “Best Attempt”, and after that I could install the packages just fine.

Another option is to type this:

run the terminal and wrote
sudo chflags -R nouchg /

(thanks Gislalom)

via Apple – Support – Discussions – Cant install 10.6.5 ….