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According to Macrumors: "Apple has changed security settings in iOS 8.3 that prevent file managers and transfer utilities such as iFunBox, iTools, iExplorer, iBackupBot and PhoneView from gaining access to app directories on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The change breaks current versions of transfer utilities for OS X and Windows, forcing many ...
I'm assuming you're taking about either the grid or fan-out folder on the doc (e.g. documents)? I don't believe you can use the keyboard to select files on the fan-out display (haven't tried it) and thus you'd be limited to the mouse drag method you mention. For the grid display, you can select files with the arrow keys. However, I would imagine that if it ...
tell application "Finder" to open ((path to desktop) as text) & "FV.app"
I have two guesses: It is an application masked as an mp3 file. Yes, you should not open it. Mac OS X gives warnings "blabla downloaded from internet" for anything, not just apps downoaded from Internet. If you are sure the file is fine, play it back. By the way, mp3 files must be able to play back by just quick previewing them (Space bar).
In your open/save window, press Cmd-Shift-G to open a window where you can paste the path. This also works in Finder.
You could do worse than to try dupeGuru, available from Hardcoded Software, I've had very good results with it. It presents numerous options for fine-tuning your search and will perform byte-checking comparisons. In addition to the standard dupeGuru there is a music edition as well as a picture edition for more specific media searches. It's free so give it ...
If you don't want to mess with scripts, you can get close to the behavior you want with Araxis Find Duplicate Files $10 in the Mac App Store. There is also a 7 day demo on their web site. Find Duplicate Files searches for dupes by computing the hash for each file. You can approximate the behavior you want you would set up a folder with the single file you ...
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