Update 2: People with view problems under Windows can try to change an Adobe Reader setting. The Reader shows a strange behavior: I don’t know the exact english settings name, because I only have a german copy of Windows and Adobe Reader, but it should be something like:
Edit -> Presets -> Page View (left side bar) -> Resolution -> System Default 96 Pixel/Inch
When I change this setting (from originally 110 Pixels/inch), the PDF works. But if I reopen the file with Adobe Reader, the page is blank again and agin, I have to change the Pixel/Inch settings to something different. This is strange, but sorry, I don’t know another solution.
Alternatively you could try Foxit PDF Reader, It opens the PDF by default.
Update 1: There is a problem viewing the PDF on Windows with Adobe Reader; it shows an empty file (viewing in Chrome works). I’m working on a solution.
I made an outline which contains all iPhone 5 iOS 6.0.1 settings from the iPhone itself and from the preinstalled apps. I did this with the iPhone setup with English as the OS language and German for time formats and so on. I tried to write everything down, but I couldn't write down some things, like Japanese characters and such. The mind map should be complete for about 98% or more.
To create the mind map, I used OmniOutliner and MindNode Pro. Because the OMPL format has some limits, the mind map has them too. So there is no bolt or italic font, and no better structure.
To download the full size image, click here.
To download the mind map as a PDF (searchable), click here.
If you want an OPML file, mail me [kontakt(at)macorios.com]. Because this is the ‘core piece’ of my work, I would like to know the reason and/or purpose ;-)
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