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To remove or move the Backups.backupdb folder open Terminal.app. Enter cd /Volumes/<Name_of_BackupDrive>/.Trashes to change the working directory. <Name_of_BackupDrive> has to be the volume name of your TM backup volume. Enter sudo ls -laO to show all folders. Usually you should see only one folder with the name 501 now: d-wx-wx-wt@ 3 root ...


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Cursors are rendered using CoreGraphics The Wait Cursor or what is sometimes affectionately know as the "spinning beachball of death" is rendered in CoreGraphics (Apple's 2D rendering engine). Meaning, they are generated on the fly depending on what your preferences are set to (i.e. cursor size). The CoreGraphics file is located at /System/Library/...


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I tried to do this answer myself to make it easier to explain to you but that answer is over complex, I bet it is something really small.. But here it is: http://superuser.com/a/371939 If this worked for you, let us know what you did, in a better way please! :)


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Have you tried Finder:Preferences:General:Show these items on the desktop and check Connected servers? That normally works for me.


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For those using iTerm, the AppleScript syntax has change in iTerm version 3. Here's the full procedure to follow to create a shortcut in the Finder. Launch Automator. Select "Application" : Choose "run Applescript" : Paste the code below: -- get the current directory in Finder on run {input, parameters} tell application "Finder" set ...



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