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Damnit. I searched for a while but without using the keywords "airplane mode osx" which only came to me when I edited my question here. Research using these words led to a very useful answer available here : http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20130325002258846 If you go to the Network pane of System Preferences, you'll see a Location popup ...


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Have you tried doing it the iTunes way? iTunes -> iPhone -> Applications -> HiCalculator -> Remove


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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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Launchpad data is stored in a SQLite 3 database located at: $HOME/Library/Application Support/Dock/UUID_Type_Filename.db Example: 3BF614D8-048E-344B-9775-AA8ED64B3564.db Whether or not you'll be able to successfully edit it depends on your SQL skills. You could always just delete the file, probably best from Recovery HD, and it will rebuild itself when ...


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Go into Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage > Storage: Manage Storage. The app should appear in this list. Find it, touch it, and then scroll down to "Delete."


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I use CheatSheet which pops up a window if you press the Command key long enough and displays all currently available keyboard shortcuts.


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No, is not necessary. You can upload your app from both Xcode or Application Loader. Application Loader is a tool to help you upload your apps to iTunes Connect. It’s particularly helpful if your app includes In-App Purchase products that need to be configured for the app. Application Loader is explained in Using Application Loader. Application ...


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You can do that with a freeware app called RCDefaultApp. It's ancient, but still works on El Capitan. You can define the default app for any URL scheme. I don't have one for github, but this shows how you can set, for example, ftps specifically to any installed app that supports the protocol.


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Here's some steps you can use to try to fix this. Credit goes here: Confirm cellular data is enabled by going to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Try turning Airplane mode on and off again by going to Settings > Airplane Mode Go to Settings > General > Restrictions > Cellular Data Use, make sure “Don’t Allow Changes” is toggled off, ...


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In iOS 9 or newer, you can head into Settings and then Battery on their iPhones for a list of all the apps that are using the students' batteries. Tap anywhere on the list of apps that appears in settings there to reveal exactly how long each app has been open in the last 24 hours or the last 7 days. No need to install an app, no need to configure anything. ...


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You can use the iOS app called Hooked. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hooked-app-habit-tracker/id966290813?mt=8


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Generally speaking, only applications that were installed via drag and drop can be directly transferred from one drive to another via drag and drop. Applications that use installers, such as Microsoft Office does, have to be properly installed from their installation media and you will need the product key in the case of Microsoft Office. If you have a ...


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You can place a link to the contents/macos/app in a location that is in the users path. You don't need to have a separate binary with this approach but your app does need to handle command line arguments. That is not hard to do, but the details of that are beyond the scope of this site.


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I haven't found the one I like and I created it myself, Qbserve. It fits most of your requirements: native stand-alone OS X app detects idle time comes for a flat fee ($30, though it will be $40 in future) no separation by client but you can create specific categories for your projects and assign different windows to these categories no billing support ...



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