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The fastest way to solve your problem is probably adjusting the path of your user directory in the yourusername.plist (assuming following current path of your user folder: "/VolumeNameContainingYourUserFolder/Users/yourusername"): Boot to Recovery Mode. Open Terminal.app in the menubar (Utilities -> Terminal) Enter df to get the paths/names of your main ...


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You could try (for free) this app https://www.peterborgapps.com/lingon/ Run what you want, whenever you want Lingon can start an app, a script or run a command automatically whenever you want it to. You can schedule it to run at a specific time, regularly or when something special happens. Or you could write your own script that contains the ...


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original poster here - I did basically what Mitchell D suggested and it worked. I actually moved my wife's account to UK first, set up family sharing with her, invited my child to join my wife's new family, then disabled my family sharing and moved myself to the UK, then invited child back to my family. Phew! So far, all seems to have gone OK but was a ...


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You could create a temporary 'second family' account and transfer the child to that. Then change country to UK and transfer the child account back. Little bit of messing around but you wouldn't loose any data


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I solved it myself. For reference here's the steps I followed. On the iTunes menu open Store->View Account, then in Account Summary click "Deauthorize all computer/devices/whatever.." (I'm translating in english the steps) I wasn't able to do this on the menu with Store->Remove Authorization, because it was asking me to be authorized first to do it (and I ...



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