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- 4 years ago

I have the same issue – handoff only works from Mac to my iDevices but not the other way around. It has worked before but have stopped working. Logging out and in to iCloud accounts do not seem to help :-( Any specific service we need to look for on my late 2013 MacBook pro?

- 4 years ago

That worked for me. I logged out of iCloud on both my iPhone 6 and 2013 MacBook Pro and then restarted both devices. After logging back into iCloud eveything worked perfectly.

- 4 years ago

If you read apple’s website, receiving SMS works only on 8.1 or newer http://support.apple.com/kb/HT6337

- 4 years ago

Handoff essentially rolls out in iOS 8.1. I’m having the same problem, but 8.1 should ‘fix’ or introduce all of them. Including SMS texting on non iPhone device, as well as bug fixes to the Mac and iPad standard phone calling. I’m looking forward to it! Only two and half more days! :-)

- 4 years ago
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Same. Doesn’t work for me. 2012 Macbook Air and iPhone 6

- 4 years ago
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Make sure you have Bluetooth enabled on your iPhone.

- 4 years ago
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Had the same issue. Turning on Airdrop (Everyone) on the iPhone helped fix the issue.

- 4 years ago
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Same problem. My device iphone 5S amd MBP late 2013.

- 4 years ago
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I have the same problem with my MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012) and my iPhone 6 on 8.0.2.

I don’t know if any of this is related but I restored my iPhone 6 from an iPhone 5 backup when I first used it. And I also had the iOS 8 betas on the iPhone 5, I also had the Yosemite beta. It didn’t work on the betas either.

The question is: Is it working fine for anyone who chose to setup his iPhone as a new device?

I hope iOS 8.1 fixes this

- 3 years ago
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I have a mid-2012 macbook air and iPhone 5s. I signed both out of my account, and then restarted both devices and signed back in. works like a charm. Note: handoff worked most of the time when going to the mac from the phone, but almost never when going from the mac to the phone. Now it works perfectly going both ways.

- 4 years ago
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It probably isn’t working with iPhone 4S, or is it?

- 4 years ago
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No, it isn’t. If you look under settings, the option is not there.

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Least Limiting Water Range (a) for a silt loam soil in relation to soil dry bulk density (redrawn from da Silva , 1994 and reproduced with kind permission from the ASA-CSSA-SSSA), and (b) in relation to water content variation and time for two soils (redrawn from daSilva and Kay, 1997 and reproduced with kind permission from the ASA-CSSA-SSSA).

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Least Limiting Water Range (a) for a silt loam soil in relation to soil dry bulk density (redrawn from da Silva , 1994 and reproduced with kind permission from the ASA-CSSA-SSSA), and (b) in relation to water content variation and time for two soils (redrawn from daSilva and Kay, 1997 and reproduced with kind permission from the ASA-CSSA-SSSA).

Difficulties with the LLWR approach concern the choice of depth in the profile to define the LLWR (often 0–20 cm), and the binary nature of the thresholds in contrast to the more gradual onset of stress in reality. Soil management and weather will both affect the LLWR; including tillage, compaction, wet–dry cycles, and freeze–thaw action. The LLWR could therefore be evaluated for each soil horizon, at multiple locations throughout the field, and at several times in the growing season. Mean penetrometer resistance may not always be the best indicator of mechanical impedance to root growth, especially for zero-tillage treatments where networks of continuous channels for root growth may develop within a relatively strong soil matrix. Soil physical measures such as relative density ( da Silva et al ., 1997 ), shear strength ( McKenzie and McBratney, 2001 ), and percentages of penetrable soil ( Groenvelt et al ., 1984 ) are alternatives to mean penetrometer resistance, but require fuller investigation.

Interestingly, Dexter proposed S -theory as a measure of soil microstructure and the suitability of soil structure for root growth ( Dexter, 2004 ). The S -value is defined as the slope of the soil water release curve at the point of inflection: and so requires fewer parameters than the LLWR approach. It is likely that soils with large S -values may also have relatively large values of the LLWR, and the comparison between the two approaches warrants further investigation. S -theory may be more suited than LLWR for a measure of soil physical quality, but not as suitable for defining the physical stresses that act on a daily basis in a growing crop. In the next section, the physical factors controlling the elongation of individual root tips will be considered.

The growth of an individual root tip depends not only on the local soil conditions, but also on communication with the rest of the plant via the supply of carbon compounds and chemical signals. Communication is particularly relevant when different regions of the same root system are exposed to contrasting soil conditions, such as patches of high nutrient concentrations from fertilizer granules, or locally compacted soil produced by a tractor wheel, or a plough pan. Co-ordination of growth with respect to heterogeneous mechanical impedance is understood relatively poorly, and depends on species, the branching order of root impeded, and whether the impedance is applied horizontally or vertically ( Goss, 1977 ; Montagu et al ., 2001 ; Bingham and Bengough, 2003 ).

The lateral area, L , of a circular cylinder, which need not be a right cylinder, is more generally given by:

where e is the length of an element and p is the perimeter of a right section of the cylinder. [9] This produces the previous formula for lateral area when the cylinder is a right circular cylinder.

Hollow cylinder

A right circular hollow cylinder (or cylindrical shell ) is a three-dimensional region bounded by two right circular cylinders having the same axis and two parallel annular bases perpendicular to the cylinders' common axis, as in the diagram.

Let the height be h , internal radius r , and external radius R . The volume is given by

Thus, the volume of a cylindrical shell equals 2 π (average radius)(altitude)(thickness). [10]

The surface area, including the top and bottom, is given by

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A sphere has 2/3 the volume and surface area of its circumscribing cylinder including its bases
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In the treatise by this name, written c. 225 BCE, Archimedes obtained the result of which he was most proud, namely obtaining the formulas for the volume and surface area of a sphere by exploiting the relationship between a sphere and its circumscribed right circular cylinder of the same height and diameter . The sphere has a volume two-thirds that of the circumscribed cylinder and a surface area two-thirds that of the cylinder (including the bases). Since the values for the cylinder were already known, he obtained, for the first time, the corresponding values for the sphere. The volume of a sphere of radius r is 4 / 3 π r 3 = 2 / 3 (2 π r 3 ) . The surface area of this sphere is 4 π r 2 = 2 / 3 (6 π r 2 ) . A sculpted sphere and cylinder were placed on the tomb of Archimedes at his request.

In some areas of geometry and topology the term cylinder refers to what we have called a cylindrical surface. To repeat, throughout this section a cylinder is defined as a surface consisting of all the points on all the lines which are parallel to a given line and which pass through a fixed plane curve in a plane not parallel to the given line. UGG CLASSIC SHORT WATERPROOF Classic ankle boots black Ckg2jv
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I have been studying successful people most of my life and have found the differences between them and the people who accomplish less worth noting -- and they’re not what you might expect.

Successful people talk, think, and approach situations, challenges, and problems differently than most people. And the only way to be successful is to take the same actions that successful people take. Success is no different than any other skill. Duplicate the actions and mindsets of successful people, and you will create success for yourself.

Here are 31 commonly found qualities, personality traits, and habits that make successful people the way they are. As you read this list, think: How many items pertain to you? What areas do you need to work on?

People with a “can do” attitude approach every situation with the outlook that no matter what, it can be done. They consistently use phrases like “We can do it,” “Let’s make it happen,” “Let’s work it out” -- and they always maintain that a solution exists. These people talk in terms of explanations and resolving issues and communicate challenges with a positive outlook.

Even if you’re not sure how to do something, the best answer is “I will figure it out” -- not “I don’t know.” You can admit that you’re unfamiliar with something -- as long as you immediately follow that admission up with the promise that you will figure it out or find someone who will.

Successful people see all situations -- even problems and complaints -- as opportunities. Where others see difficulty, successful individuals know that problems solved equal new products, services, customers -- and probably financial success. Remember: Success is overcoming a challenge. Therefore, you can’t succeed without some kind of difficulty.

Whereas many people loathe challenges -- and use them as reasons to sink further into indifference -- highly successful individuals are compelled and invigorated by challenges. Challenges are the experiences that sharpen successful people’s abilities. To achieve your goals, you have to get to a place where every challenge becomes fuel for you.

Give me a problem -- any problem -- and when I solve it, I will be rewarded and I may become a hero. The bigger the problems -- and the more people who benefit from the solution -- the more powerful your success will be. One of the fastest and best ways to separate yourself from the masses is to establish yourself as someone who makes situations better, not worse.

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