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Ok – think I've sorted it. I had to remove the email address from the Manage your Apple ID: https://appleid.apple.com/signin The email alias had become an Alternate Email address. Deleting it there removed it from iMessages after signing out and then back in.


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One non-applescript solution to your problem may be to open the Terminal Preferences... select Settings. Then, under the Window tab select the Command Key check box. This will add a command key to the title bar to instantly switch to that window (so Window titles would have ⌘1, ⌘2, etc. appended to the window title.


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Don't drag the small icon in the window titlebar, drag the miniature icon of the image on the sidebar instead (if you don't see the miniatures, select it from the "view" menu or press cmd+alt+2). Be aware that this won't move but copy the file. The greatest advantage of this is that with miniatures, you can drag single pages out of PDF files (or even join ...


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Hold down the alt (option) key before dropping the icon in the Finder. That copies it for me, and that's been standard behavior in the Finder forever.


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I like @patrix's solution, but I just wanted to give another example, cut from my OSX's .bash_profile file, which in this case is setting TextWrangler to open a file that I pass as a parameter: function tw() { /usr/bin/open -a /Applications/TextWrangler.app "$1" ;} I wanted to be able to more easily edit my .bash_profile :-)



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