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Turns out your message was sent, and likely received, without any problems.If that was the extent of the issue, you could probably live with it and wait for a fix in one of the subsequent Mojave updates.For complete disclaimer and copyright information please read and understand the Terms of Use and the Privacy Policy before using Every Use of any content or images without expressed permission is not allowed, although links to any page are welcomed and appreciated.Since there’s no official fix, this, then, is a best shot approach: The SMS error appears to be very erratic, with many people not experiencing the problem at all, yet there’s more than a handful of users who have reported the issue.If you’ve seen this problem, let us know by using the comments section, below.At the bottom of the General preference pane, make sure there’s a checkmark in the “Use LCD font smoothing when available” box.(It may say “Use font smoothing when available,” depending on the type of display you’re using.) Bluetooth Devices Not Connecting to Your Mac There was a Bluetooth issue during the beta phase of mac OS Mojave development, but it was believed to have been fixed in the release version of Mojave.

Once you see the Not Delivered error message, the recipient will not be able to send you any responses.🙁 I tried booting into Recovery Mode (turn power on and the hold Command R) and running Disk Utility, but it was never able to repair the drive.My i Mac 27 Late 2013 had the Fusion drive which is basically a 1TB Seagate Hard Drive paired with a 128GB SSD Drive(for the late 2015 i Mac models Apple has reduced the size of the SSD drives to only 24GB for the 1TB combo).No matter what the actual sequence of events is needed to disable sub-pixel font rendering, you can turn the feature back on with this simple two-step process: Launch System Preferences by clicking or tapping the System Preferences icon in the Dock, or selecting System Preferences from the Apple menu.Select the General preference pane from the System Preferences window.

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