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The second menulet from the left is Karabiner - a tool to customize keyboard and some mouse/trackpad settings. Please note that some colors in the menubar are inverted


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There is a difference between closing a window and quitting an app. Many apps continue running even if they have no windows open, although newer versions OS X can close them if it needs the RAM (if the app is coded in the appropriate way). If you want to be sure the app is removed from the Dock and ⌘ Command Tab switcher, use ⌘ Command Q or App Menu > Quit....


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The fourth one is a program called SizeUp - a window manager similar to Flexiglass or Divvy.


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You won't be able to restore 8.x anymore because apple isn't signing off on that version. You'll need to restore to the latest 9.3.2. Yes you will lose your jailbreak and erase your phone by doing that, but the backup should put your settings back. Keep in mind since your phone was jail broken and in a questionable state due to your son messing with it, ...


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There will not be an app for this as apps are not allowed to change the system in this way. The closest you can get to this is iOS Restrictions, which require a passcode to re-enable access to certain features on the device. You can configure which features are restricted on the device in Settings → General → Restrictions. There is no automated schedule for ...


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Here are some quick suggestions. On newer OS, the files storing plist are not the final source of preferences. Instead, you will need to issue a delete command to the preference system that runs and contains a working copy of your changes. defaults delete com.apple.finder That should remove the preferences and then you would need to log out and log in to ...


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You need to properly uninstall AVG AntiVirus for Mac first. See: How to uninstall AVG AntiVirus for Mac To uninstall AVG Antivirus for Mac: Run the AVG AntiVirus for Mac Click the AVG AntiVirus Menu bar, and click Uninstall AVG AntiVirus Click Continue to begin the uninstallation process AVG will run the uninstallation The Uninstallation ...


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Yes. It's a little convoluted process but it's not difficult and it can be done without a Apple Developer account. There are quite a few steps but it simply involves creating your app in Xcode, connecting your iPhone to the Mac, and deploying your app to your iPhone. The complete info on how to do this are on this Apple site.


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I do not believe it is possible. Apple makes it very clear that, in order to protect your privacy, they cannot see what you buy with ApplePay. So there is no way ApplePay could be used to look up past purchases.


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Try "The Video Converter," an iPad and iPhone app, that promises to convert files including .WMV files to formats like .MP4. Download The Video Converter


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You can use the built-in Migration Assistant to move your settings, apps, and documents to the new computer. Move your content to a new Mac Use Migration Assistant to copy all of your documents, apps, user accounts, and settings to a new Mac from another computer. Here's a document about how to use it (although it's pretty simple and it looks like ...


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It would help to understand what exactly are you trying to accomplish? From what I read I think you want to limit the Smartphone Capability but want to use it for maybe 1 hour a day? So is this a Data restriction question? You can always turn off the Cellular data and or restrict what Cell data can be used for. This will allow you to answer phone calls ...


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OS X's Calendar.app will not wake a sleeping Mac to open your file. There are three ways to have your Mac wake up at the appropriate time: You can use OS X's built-in Energy Saver settings to schedule your Mac to wake up. You can use pmset on the command line to schedule more events. You can use a third party tool like Power Manager to schedule more ...



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