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Category:Free video software Category:Visual effects software Category:Digital artCan you use an iDevice as a music player? Q. I have several iPod and iPhone models. My question is, what do I need to do to use my iPod as a music player? A. Here are a few tips to get you started: 1.Plug your iPod or iPhone into a USB port on your computer and double-click on the icon that appears. 2.On the left pane of the iPod window, click on the “Options” button to access the main menu. 3.From there, click on the button labeled “Sync.” 4.At this point, you’ll be asked to select the destination for the data you are syncing. Choose “Music” from the drop-down menu. 5.Once you’re done, click “OK” on the options pane to start the syncing process. 6.Repeat steps 1-5 to transfer data to all other iPods and iPhones that you own.Q: Generate sass sourcemaps from compass sources Compass looks like a good replacement for sass, but I don't see a way to create sass sourcemaps from the generated css. Is there a way to do that? A: Compass automatically creates sourcemaps when you use --sass-dir or -r options ( From the docs: If you want to generate sourcemaps for you automatically, and for production purposes, you can use compass init --sass-dir --force to create a new project directory. All generated files will now have file in their destination, and the compass command line tool will create and maintain them for you automatically. The problem with this option is that it doesn't allow you to customize the destination directory, so you'll always have a._sass files inside your project. A: Using the above solution you can easily create a sass file that has sourcemaps for each individual sass file. (in my case I have about 8 or 9 sass files in the same directory) cd /where

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