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You can use Whatsapp on MAC, read here how to do that: https://www.techgreet.com/whatsapp-on-mac-and-window-pc/


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We recently released a new app that is dedicated to importing data from CSV (comma separated value) data files which covers many formats of exported data from existing apps. It will allow you to import data from apps that have an export feature, but are not yet integrated into HealthKit / Health App. If this is a feature you are still curious about, ...


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Before I used Isolator, I used LiteSwitch X. It doesn't have an opacity filter but supports Single App Mode (hide all other apps when switching with Cmd+Tab) which is the reason I use one app or the other. It can also replace OS X's default application switcher. LiteSwitch was abandonware but was recently updated to work on 10.9+. If you use a plain ...


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The best practice in storing app credentials is the Keychain. If you really need to recover the password check out this guide http://www.iphonehacks.com/2013/08/transfer-passwords-to-new-iphone-itunes-backup.html In iTunes, go to the “Summary” section, scroll to Backups, and enable the “Encrypt iPhone backup” option. After recovery, feel free to wipe ...


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set myPath to POSIX path of (path to resource "audio.m4a") do shell script "afplay " & quoted form of myPath or set myPath to POSIX path of (path to resource "audio.m4a" in directory "Stuff") do shell script "afplay " & quoted form of myPath You should look at the libraries in the library window of Script Editor. In this case ...


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Try: set pathA to POSIX path of (path to desktop as text) & "test.app/Contents/Resources/Stuff/audio.m4a" -- or set pathB to POSIX path of (path to home folder as text) & "Desktop/test.app/Contents/Resources/Stuff/audio.m4a" do shell script "afplay " & quoted form of pathA


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I couldn't trash Crashplan, either. And when I did option/click, revealing the Package Contents, the uninstaller wouldn't work. What worked for me was redownloading & reinstalling Crashplan. Then I did the option/click thing, ran the new uninstaller, and this seems to have completely removed Crashplan, including the pre-existing app that I couldn't get ...


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After a bit of research (in the stores themselves, using Google, and in the Apple Developer Program resources), I'm rather sure no list of these is available from Apple themselves or from any third party. I found the best ways to find the apps tagged as "Essentials," is to look in these places: Both the Mac App Store and the iTunes App Store have a link ...


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Well. After the 10.10.1 update, the disabled status icon is gone.


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Apparently you should not drag the app to the launchpad, instead, drag the app to the application folder (open a finder window), or just do a $ cp /from /to. So the process is: Open DMG (it mounts) Drag .app (and possibly other files) to your "Applications" folder Unmount/Eject the DMG Ctrl+click (right-click) to "open" so you can approve the app


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It is not possible. You will have to do it manually.


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How about nPlayer? It allows you to adjust the size of the video you're watching. nPlayer provides high quality video play performance and easy control-UI supporting almost all kinds of video formats and codecs without file converting efforts.


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I just got my new phone and wanted to sync to the backup of my old phone. The problem was with the apps. I deleted the foreign country's apps that were automatically put on the phone by the service provider (that I was never going to use anyway) and this solved my problem.


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While the three errors you showed are problems, none of them have to do with your current issue. The first one is due to a permissions error on incoming mail. See https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3184945?tstart=0 to fix. The second is just for handoff with iOS devices. It is not something to worry about. The third is an error on an old version of ...


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you can change your time zone to 90 days from now i think it should work


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I just had the same question and found a solution here: I do not want to sync apps in iTunes11. iTunes > Preferences... > tab "Store" > section "Automatic Downloads" in the middle, there is a check box "Apps"


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Try launching the application from the "Applications" folder that can be found in finder. If that doesn't work, create a new user and see if it works on that account.


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Developer access to the UDID was removed in iOS 6, so they are not (no longer?) using that. The replacement was identifierForVendor. However, once the last app by a particular vendor is removed from a device, even if an app from that vendor is re-downloaded in the future, the identifierForVendor will change. So that's out too. Given that a factory reset of ...


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I had this same exact problem and no amount of "uninstalling" would get this pesky application file to DELETE. I even connected this Mac in Thunderbolt Target Mode to another Mac and tried to delete it that way. No go. I was at my wit's end, almost ready for a complete system backup, wipe and re-install. Fortunately before getting that far, I was able to ...


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You should have a look at Caato Time Tracker. http://www.caato.de/timetracker


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For a different approach, you can try Free Ruler for Mac OS X. This free application displays a horizontal and a vertical ruler, both of which you can extend. It supports different scales (cm, mm, pixels, inches, etc - it's using the screen DPI to display distance measurements correctly). I use it quite often when I need pixel-perfect measurements of GUI ...


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There's a new app on the App Store called Euclid that claims to do what you're asking. I have not personally tried it but it looks nice enough! edit: I went ahead and bought Euclid to try it out. Nice little app and the crosshairs do work well. My only gripe at this point is that I wanted to take screenshots with it and as of now it doesn't do that nor does ...


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I found MacGap2, but it's still in development. https://github.com/MacGapProject/MacGap2 It is a Xcode project and just compiles to an app with a WebView. You just put your html/css/js app in the public folder and hit the build button. It does almost the same as Fluid, only it hasn't got a javascript api (yet).


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Transmit by Panic - http://panic.com/transmit/ Configure as an SFTP server, click the Key icon. I'm not sure of the specific implementation (SFTP vs SCP), but testing onto another standard OS X host with SSH keys setup works fine. The other box isn't running a special SFTP setup - appears to work fine. Transmit is a great OS X app for any sort of file ...


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That recently happened to me but the way I fixed it. I went on Settings> General> Usage> [The app you want] then delete app. Then go onto the home screen and the app should be just a blank white icon with lines going across it. Hold onto it and you should be able to delete it by tapping onto the 'x' button. There you have it! You could reinstall it to use it ...


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UPDATE: I asked Ginger labs and they said: Yes, you are correct. You can only delete pages on iPad and Mac. We see how adding this to iPhone would be helpful. We'll add this to the list of possibilities for the future. Thanks for your feedback! On the iPad, if you click on the top right icon (the one that looks like pages, not the paintbrush one), ...


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It's not shortcut, is more like a quick way to open files. Typing ⇧+ctrl+o lets you type the name of the file you want to open.


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If you are right about it being OS compatibility then yes installing the latest version which works fine for me on Yosemite should work. To answer your question about the upgrade: If I remember correctly scilab is a standard Mac install via a .dmg and drag the application to the Applications folder. If this is the case then just download the latest .dmg ...


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I think that the problem is because when I first installed Scilab I hadn't already updated my Mac to the Yosemite version. Therefore I had installed Scilab not for the Yosemite version, but for the previous one. What made me think this was that in the official website of Scilab it's written that for Yosemite versions, we should installed this Scilab 5.5.1 - ...


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Using the the Apple Inc report as basis for some estimates. Using the iTunes Software/Services one can do some estimates on applications sales. There a few studies available on the open market that show how to arrive at a estimate of sales based on few known factors. Here is a sample from one of those studies showing that number of actual downloads ...


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You can use Smartface for iOS development on Windows; in any of the development step it does not require any Mac or Objective-C knowledge. Only at when submitting to AppStore Mac and Developer program subscription is required.


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The app itself must support the "While Using the App" option. If it doesn't, then as you have discovered, your only options are "Always" or "Never". Presumably you would only want to allow this app to access your Location for geofencing-type reminders (e.g., offers). If so, you have to pick "Always" and you are at the mercy of the app to some extent with ...


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Use a Run Shell Script action like this: find "$@" -name .\*


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Two more methods: Disk Utility will allow you unmount single partitions or drives. After you've done the install/update, Disk Utility will also let you remount the partition without reboot. Dragging one partition of a multipartition drive to the trash will bring up a dialog asking if you want to unmount just the one partition, or all of them. To get the ...


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Unmounting the 'unwanted' partition before installing the new application should help in most cases: Quit all open applications Start Terminal.app and enter diskutil list output looks like this: #: TYPE NAME SIZE IDENTIFIER 0: GUID_partition_scheme *121.3 GB disk0 1: EFI 209.7 MB disk0s1 2: Apple_HFS Yosemite 60.2 GB disk0s2 3: Apple_HFS ...


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Open the Terminal application and type (or copy and paste) the following command and hit ENTER. This will remove the steamclean job and should stop those popup messages. launchctl remove com.valvesoftware.steamclean You may also want to run the following command to check for other Steam related launchd jobs. launchctl list | grep steam On my own ...


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If you're on iOS 8, the new camera API made possible by Apple allows true manual exposure control over the pictures taken. I would suggest Manual - Custom exposure camera. It's a really good replacement for the native camera app as well.


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I use NightCap. Did you tried it?


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Apple simply haven't made iPad apps for Weather or Calculator. This is intentional and nothing you have done. Apps with similar functionality are numerous on the App Store. Additionally, the notification center does pull a local forecast, and many extensions can add exactly the weather information you prefer rather than just using Yahoo weather like the ...


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On the iPad, Siri will perform math calculations and the world clock will show weather for the locations you add.


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you can hide any purchased items. Instructions for OS X 10.01/iOS 8/iTunes 12 (though similar to the previous versions). In the Mac App Store: Click Purchases Rclick on the app you want to hide choose "Hide Purchase" In the iTunes store on your iOS Device, slide from right to left and choose hide. In the iTunes store in iTunes: Go to the Apps ...


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According to http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5772 (How to delete content you've downloaded from the iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store, or Mac App Store, Last Modified: May 13, 2014) Apps iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch Tap and hold the app you want to delete. The apps will begin to jiggle. Tap the X on the app. Mac or PC Open iTunes. From the Library ...


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You could install Bluestacks on your Mac and then install the Android version which you could access through BlueStacks. Here's how to install it.


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No ,whatsapp did not create any software for the mac, so you cant install whatsapp on your system .Currently they only have developed the software for mobile devices.


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It's on a folder called Utilities inside Applications.


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Being that the app structure in OSX is flat it should not matter where you put anything, other than for your own organization purposes.


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Apple's OSX Mavericks 10.9.5 update changed some app signing rules. I'm not sure if that's exactly what's happening with JD-GUI, but it seems plausible. To bypass the Gatekeeper check that's popping up the error, launch the app directly from a Terminal prompt: $ /Applications/JD-GUI.app/Contents/MacOS/jd-gui &


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The application bundle should go in /Applications. This application bundle should contain everything. Libraries, dependencies, everything that the app needs to run, so that should the application bundle be copied to another machine's /Applications directory, it should be able to run. Installing in /Applications requires admin. Should admin not be available, ...


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Yes, the receiving company will need an Apple Developer ID and membership of the Mac and/or iOS Developer Programs. Part of the process of enrolling involves agreeing to Apple's terms of service and other legally binding agreements. Without agreeing to Apple's agreements, the receiving company will not be able to participate in Apple's App Store or Mac App ...


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mackup does this: https://github.com/lra/mackup I don't have personal experience with it, but i've heard great things. Bear in mind you should check the list of software currently supported by it before you install.



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