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The previous method works, but there also is another (a little bit brutal) way. You need LaunchAgent to monitor the file that is changing and execute an action when it is changed. Save the following to a file in ~/Library/LaunchAgents/, you can use as filename 'com.yourname.programname.plist'). Replace /full/path/to/desktoppicture with the full path to the ...


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Open the Contacts app and switch to the groups page (click on "Groups" in the upper left corner). Now drag the screen down for refreshing the groups. This will also sync the contacts itself!


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When you add a new calendar "Event" on your iMac, there is an option to color tag the event to one of your calendars. If the color tag you choose is labeled "On My Mac", it will not sync to your other IOS devices (because "On My Mac" is not included on the Cloud). Use just about any other color coded calendar and it should sync. The safest is the one ...


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I had the same problem with my iPhone and HP laptop. To correct it I went to settings and removed the "important conversations" label. The feature allowed Gmail to present what it believed to important conversations which for some reason filtered out what I could see on my laptop.


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When you create a smart playlist, you can select another playlist or folder as source, there you can personalize how would the selection of songs be done, etc.


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A few possibilities: Somewhere down the line, one of you accidentally combined and synced your contacts. You added a non-iCloud account in "Mail, Contacts, and Calendar" that contains the contacts unknowingly. You restored from a backup during setup that contained the contacts.


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Recent versions of iOS and OS X support many calendar service providers, and within them you may have different calendars for each category: Work, Personal, Family, etc. Check on all synced devices that the same calendars are activated and visible. On iOS, open the Calendar app, tap on Calendar, and select those you'd like to be visible. On OS X, you can ...


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You could have two iCloud accounts and sync both calendars to your iPhone. You can achieve the same result if one or both of your accounts is on Yahoo, Gmail or Exchange, without the need to create two iCloud accounts. If having two calendars that you can switch on and off is your concern, you can have one iCloud account, under one user account in your ...


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Using http://www.controlplaneapp.com should make it possible to quite easily do this (using a Mount Volume rule combined with an Action)


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I've had this issue recently as well. One way that seems to force a resync is to first go to the list of Calendars at the bottom of the Calendar app. Drag the list of calendars down, and the gear will start spinning at the top of the screen while the data is resynced. This has worked for me so far.


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In my understanding, I suppose that Photo Stream will do the trick. Go to Settings > iCloud > Photos > My Photo Sream, and turn it on. Enable iCloud on both devices using the same Apple ID, and you can see the latest photos in Photos. Apple - iCloud - Photos



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