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Doing it manually: You can also place your genre image in /Applications/iTunes.app/Contents/Resources (shift+cmd+G and paste this path to open it directly) and add your genre in genres.plist file. Use TextEdit or your favourite Editor of that kind (I use TextWrangler). Copy and paste an existing list object like this one: <dict> ...


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You can manually turn it on and off in the Notifications System preferences. Update to this Answer: This works on my Mac quite well. But it is not localised and is really a quick script put together as a proof of concept.. ( thats the disclaimer ) The idea is the place this script in to the Applescript menu and run it when you want to toggle the ...


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Controls → Shuffle → Choose your preference. Screenshot:


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Go to Settings → General → Usage and delete the iOS 8 update package from the list.


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I noticed that, in iBooks, I have a book (Inheritance) which iBooks highlights as a member of a series (in my case called 'Eragon' instead of 'The Farseer Trilogy'). In order to investigate this, I downloaded Inheritance and stripped the DRM using Requiem (on an old virtual machine) so I could poke about in the source code of the book. Unfortunately, I have ...


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Use the select command to select the row. tell application "System Events" tell process "iTunes" set frontmost to true delay 1 tell pop up button 2 of window 1 click tell (select row 5 of table 1 of pop over 1) to click UI element 1 end tell end tell end tell


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The Apple way is to pick a folder on your PC for sync. You do this through iTunes, by connecting your phone and picking the photos tab. Full information here: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht4236 However, if it's just 1 or 2 photos, the easiest way is to use Dropbox (you have Dropbox right?). Put the photo in your Dropbox, go to the same folder using the ...


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The iPhone backup is stored to %APPDATA%\Apple Computer\MobileSync\Backup, where %APPDATA% is typically in C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming. Even on Windows, you can create a symbolic link to redirect the Backup folder elsewhere. Close iTunes. Create a folder on an other drive (e.g. D:\apple_backup) and move the contents of the above folder there. Remove ...


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If you are using Mac OS X Yosemite, you'll have to do another step. I followed these steps but it did not prevent Yosemite from opening iPhoto. Here is a link to preventing this from happening in Yosemite. (***Note: The following link is INCORRECTLY labeled as a duplicate of the question posted here.) Disable iPhoto auto launch when connecting an iPhone in ...



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