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Unlike the original questioner, I was trying to enable this effect. I wanted to switch between spaces where applications lived on different desktops. I just took a guess at: defaults write com.apple.dock workspaces-auto-swoosh -bool TRUE and killall Dock The two commands above worked like a charm to restore the effect.


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After deleting the "/Users/YOURUSERNAME/Library/Preferences/com.apple.dock.plist" file you will need to reset the Dock for it to take effect. You can do this simply in a Terminal window with killall Dock. You could also just try editing the plist file in a text editor. The tilesize parameter is the one that determines the dock size. It should look something ...


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Instead of having an Automator/AppleScript applet to run this command, you can use Terminal to automatically run that command upon launch. In Terminal, go to Terminal > Preferences. In the General pane, under "Shells open with:", select "Command (complete path):" Enter your command in the text field. Now, when Terminal opens, that command will execute ...


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Try using a line-in cable and plug it into the headphone/microphone jack. This Apple support article could have your answer: https://support.apple.com/kb/HT201929


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Alright, I think I found the answer: tell application "Terminal" do script "sudo /usr/local/bin/openconnect --user={user} {host}" activate end tell


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I've confirmed this behavior as well on 10.10.4 on a MacBook Air. Drove me nuts until I came across this post confirming others are experiencing the same behavior. Fortunately there is a workaround. If Activity Monitor has been minimized to the Dock and you need to un-minimize it, click its Dock icon to bring the app to the foreground. Then, to actually ...



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