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Let me guess: the kernel panics appeared with the 10.10.3 update? Well, then I am 98% certain it is a bug in OS X Yosemite. Welcome aboard. The kernel panics are totally erratic, some users have also graphics glitches. The only common feature is having a Intel HD 4000 GPU. On MacBook Pros with dual GPU you can avoid the problem by disabling Automatic ...


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OSX 10.10 When you want to quit first close (hit the red circle) on all the windows/documents that the app has open. Then Quit the app. I have several windows/documents (in textedit) that I leave open when I quit, so they will open when I reopen the app, it works with most OSX 10.10 apps. I use them as a sort of note pad, NOTE: if the system crashes you ...


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I've a couple of simple apps in the Mac App Store. When uploading them, Apple thoroughly test the app, from the functionality of the application itself, to whether or not the app quits when the last window open is closed. The same approval process applies to iOS application loading, though I haven't experienced it personally. The applications that aren't ...


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Buscar has the gist correct, though I would add a step: backup your ~/Library/Mail folder (OPTION-Drag it to the desktop) then delete the account. One that is done add it back. If your old mail has vanished when the new account has been established just import the backed up mailboxes sitting on the Desktop.


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The problem was caused by a corrupt Launch Services cache, and I solved it by executing the following command: sudo find /System/Library/Frameworks -type f -name lsregister -exec {} -kill -seed -r \; The clue was that the segfault was occurring at CSStoreGetUnit + 84 in both processes; a quick Google search leads to a blog entry which suggested cache ...


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An app that consistently crashes on launch is usually due to the device being out of memory (RAM, not system storage). There is a nice list of ways to cure that here.



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