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The values you set before are not given via the inputparameter. As long as you run your Automator Workflow as an Automator Workflow and not as an Application or Service, you can access your formerly set variables using the following: tell application "Automator" set cat to value of variable "NameOfFirstVariable" of front workflow set x to value of ...
Rebooting to upgrade to 10.10.1 seems to have fixed the problem for now.
After spending quite sometime trying to find out a definite solution to this annoying problem I am afraid this is a glitch we have to live with until apple comes up with a fix. In my case not even using Siri for a call helped out. Once the call is over the phone freezes again. The only walk around I have found is asking Siri to open any application I have in ...
Here is the standard Unix way to run any command without the error messages and without having to take care of their format: find / -type d -wholename "prog" -print 2>/dev/null 2 is the file descriptor on which any command output error messages. /dev/null is a special file like the Trash but without the recovery function of the Desktop one. > ...
A rather simple way would be to run find / -type d -wholename "prog" -print 2>&1 | grep -v ": Permission denied" (which would filter out any folders with "Permission denied" in the name as well, but that's probably not an issue).
Here's another way to Force Quit an application: Click the Apple Menu Hold Shift, and notice that the 'Force Quit...' menu item has changed to 'Force Quit [frontmost app name].' Select 'Force Quit [frontmost app name]' to force quit the Application.
Probably gonna be the ISPL. This is much more severe in looks, but it is about equivelant.
try to change the battery. it worked for me
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