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This should work: Close all open Finder windows Open a New Finder window and arrange it to your liking. From the Menu select View then Show View Options ⌘+J Click the Use as Defaults button at the bottom. Toolbar Also, the View Menu shows many shortcuts to toggle view options.


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a very unix answer by madmax1 - he is suggesting that you force all file names to lower case on your source disk, then copy .. but his command will fail if both files are in the same folder .. if in different folders on the source disc, no problem. But then, if you copy both files from diff folders on the NAS to the same folder on the destination disk the ...


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You can do this in bash to identify which files and folders are problematic: find <path-to-remote-library> | tr A-Z a-z | sort | uniq -d This will output all lower case files and folders that have a duplicate with upper case letters.


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In the picture of your utilites folder Time Machine, iSync and System Preferences are the three OS applications that you moved from your Mac's applications folder. This is important for the newest versions of the Mac OS. Earlier versions of the OS also install updates. Once installed, AFAIK you can try to move OS applications to the utility folder. If you ...


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Just use rsync: rsync -au .../src/ .../dest/ rsync -auiP .../src/ .../dest/ #if you need some visual output and delete /src afterwards with: -a, --archive archive mode; same as -rlptgoD -u, --update skip files that are newer on the receiver -i, --itemize-changes output a change-summary for all updates -P ...


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Starting up in Safe Mode solved it for me! I had severe load on coreserviced and finder. Various applications crashed during this. Opening folders in finder took ages. Killing coreserviced and finder did not solve it. As soon as I opened folder in finder the load was back again and the CPU burning and the fan screaming ;-)... Nothing written on this page ...


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@ArtemG. then I assume that this operation could be done by editing the playlist file that is loaded by iTunes. It should be located in ~/Music/iTunes/ Information is according to the posts marked as helful over here (https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2439817)


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Go into Disk Utility, select your hard drive, and then select repair on the right, then select repair disk permissions. Keep Calm and Repair Disk Permissions


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Personally, I prefer to use a simple GUI than raving with command line tools... We don't have to reinvent the wheel :-) I suggest you Synkron: it works well and it has got a nice, simple interface (oh, and it's open source).


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Litecon dosen't work with Yosemite 10.10.4 so I switched over to Folder Designer V1.1 from Fiplab in the Mac App Store its free



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