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I've done it 4 different ways (from lowest to highest cost). Sound quality is mostly dependent on the quality of the audio file on the iPhone and the quality of the stereo. The quality degradation due to any of these 4 connection mechanisms seems relatively low - unless you're an audiophile or Neill Young. ;-) Connect iPhone headphone output to stereo ...
Go to Mission Control preferences (click Apple icon in upper left of screen, then "System Preferences" then "Mission Control). Then check "Displays have separate spaces." See image below. Note: if you use multiple Spaces, checking this box will change how they behave. Switching Spaces will now only switch Spaces on the monitor that is currently active, ...
To clear the cache you need to delete the dock's plist. Go to ~/Library/Preferences and delete com.apple.dock.plist. Restart your Mac. That should rebuild the icons. I'm not sure why this is happening, maybe someone else here can help with that.
That has happened to me. Try opening the app and clicking on the person who sent the last message (or simply click on all of your contacts). That should prove you have read all the messages and take away the badge. Hope this helps.
I was able to do it two different ways: First, drag and drop the folder directly into the window you want the path copied to by clicking and dragging the folder, using Cmd+Tab to open the Terminal window you were working in, then dropping it on the Terminal window. Second, drag and drop the folder onto the Terminal icon in the Dock like you were before, ...
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