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As Mark mentioned, AppleScript is the way to go here: Create a mail rule that runs the following script when an email from your home automation system is received. using terms from application "Mail" on perform mail action with messages theselectedMessages tell application "Mail" repeat with a_message in theselectedMessages set ...


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Use either Audio Hijack, SoundFlower, or Loopback.


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There is a NodeJS project on GitHub that does it https://github.com/nguyer/shaircast Edit: Description from the project … This is a major first world problem. shaircast solves this problem. shaircast is a super simple Node.js application that combines nodetunes and node-airtunes to take a single AirPlay stream (from your iPhone or iPad) and ...


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To change the audio output for a HTML5 video you should use its sinkId property https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/HTMLMediaElement/sinkId and set it to MediaDeviceInfo.deviceid values returned from MediaDevices.enumeratedDevices().


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I had the same problem and FINALLY found a workable solution. Run this in your terminal. After this you just need to manually connect to your bluetooth audio system. sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.Bluetooth.plist DontPageAudioDevices 1


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On Mac go to System Preferences -> Accessibility -> Scroll the list on the left all the way down to Dictation and setup your Dictation commands including those for editing text.


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I have found yet another unofficial solution! it worked for me and i hope the same to you. i believe the macbook utilizes bluetooth in the background for handoff and FaceTime. i believe it searches occasionally for data or cues that are sent from secondary devices or stays quietly paired with a device you may already have (causing gaps in bluetooth ...


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If you are using a MacBook with a single 3.5mm jack, you need to make sure you are using the TRRS cable from Sennheiser. That's the one that will have 3 narrow bands on the shaft of the jack (stereo/left, stereo/right, microphone, and ground). Is that how your Siberia works? Single cable?


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The Dell monitor came with a Mini DP connector, which was all that was needed to carry the image. It also came with a USB connector, which has then allowed me to use the Dell soundbar. The font smoothing on the Dell is not as good as on an official Apple monitor, which is somewhat annoying as the hardware is the same, it's a software problem. When dragging ...


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I have a mid-2010 Macbook Pro, i can use my EarPods with it. When plugging it in, try to give it a good push, i notice mine needs a a bit of force for it to click into the port.


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Aggregate Devices are accessed from Applications/Utilities/Audio Midi Setup. You can select & remove it from there. (On phone, will flesh out later)


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Well. Everything's working fine now. I just had to hit it hard (no jokes) And it's working like charm, even after all the time. I found out that this Mac is pretty old, maybe water wasn't even the case.


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In this case you can't capture 2 recordings simultaneously with Quicktime. You have use additional Apps e.g Garage Band, Audacity, Audio Hijack or a iPhone to record your internal audio. In previous Quicktime Pro Versions it was possible insert a audio sequence to a Quicktime Movie. Here’s a quick how-to: Open Apple iMovie Import your Google Hangout ...


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Recording Audio and Video should perfectly work. Did you select your Microphone besides the Recording Button? See attached screenshot


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I have the same issue than Nidale except that my physical keyboard layout is correct according to the APPLE's layout: AZERTY physical keyboard Configure as French Numerical (so 123 underneath the french flag icon) The issue was solved simply by clicking on the flag in the menu bar and choosing the same keyboard layout as Tom asked to add (french flag ...


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I figured it out! I called Mac support and they had me start my computer while pressing Cmd + Opt + P + R and it resets some things that fixes the problem. Hope this works for everyone like it did for me!


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Go into settings on your iPhone then General -> Accessibility, scroll down Call Audio Routing and finally tick Automatic. This should solve your problem.


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Resolution: I installed Yosemite on an external drive so that I could find all the system files related to audio (using EasyFind, a great search utility for Mac), compare them to my existing system for any file size mismatches, and then replace the offending file(s). The offending file was found in /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL and was most likely ...


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There is a known similar issue with certain 27' Thunderbolt displays going black, and having connection issues. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204450 Can you check the firmware version of the Thunderbolt display? Apple Menu > About this Mac > System Report > Thunderbolt (from left sidebar) > Thunderbolt Display. The latest firmware version should be ...


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Could definitely be hardware related. Try testing out the headphone audio in a new "test" user account. If it continues, its most likely hardware. If its still under warranty I would take it into the Genius Bar and have them test / replace the logic board. You can check the warranty status here. https://checkcoverage.apple.com


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I had a similar issue today and realized that I was using a monitor via my display port. It turned out that the monitor has an audio port and so upon connecting the monitor, my Mac thought to send the sound to the monitor, which I do not have speakers for. I just needed to go into Sound and selected Internal Speakers to resolve the issue.


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Open FaceTime app (don't make the call yet), Paste the following line in to terminal, printf "p *(char*)(void(*)())AudioDeviceDuck=0xc3\nq" | lldb -n FaceTime and then make the call.



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