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pkgbuild Given that you want to package up a single folder with a specific installation path, consider using pkgbuild. The pkgbuild manual page talks about the --install-location flag for setting the installation path. productbuild productbuild is streamlined for creating installer packages from single applications intended for the Mac App Store. ...
At this point in time I can guarantee everyone that you CANNOT delete iTunes from your Mac. This is true at least for OS X 10.9. Here is what I have tried 3 times: purge iTunes; then go to the App Store and check for Updates. The app store would immediately suggest that I need to get the iTunes update. Thankfully, I had the tgz of the ...
AppleScript So, as I wrote in the comments, you can do this with AppleScript. Here I show how to create a service that types your clipboard using 'keystrokes'. First create an automator 'Service' project and add a 'Run AppleScript' module. Enter the following script. set clipboardText to (the clipboard as text) set theCharacters to characters of ...
Yes you can. The process is the same as pushing VPP apps to an iOS device. You can look at this KB article from Meraki to see how it would work.
You can delete iTunes on OS X, but it is not advised, because it is "integral to supporting other Apple features" like the Mac App Store. They are not the same app (that's why they have different names and different icons) but one is dependent on the other. For example on Windows, if you deleted Internet Explorer, other applications will stop working. They ...
App Store is for acquiring OS X software and alike, while iTunes is for acquiring iOS apps and everything media-related (music, movies, podcasts, etc.). Although they are separate applications, the App Store application must be relying on the iTunes "engine" for some functionalities.
You can use Keyboard Maestro with a macro such as this which takes the current clipboard and inserts its contents by typing it rather than pasting, allowing the clipboard to be entered into fields where pasting is forbidden. Also, for what it's worth, OS X 10.10 Yosemite does let you paste into the ...
This will work on OSX Mavericks and Yosemite. Instead of launching the App Store app from the dock or the apps folder, launch the App Store app from within the Launcher. This will rebuild the App Store app and tell you what's installed or not.
Partial downloads are stored in /private/var/folders/*/*/*/com.apple.appstore/. Delete the partial download from there and reset the Mac App Store from the debug menu if necessary.
Apple has updated the process to ask for a refund or report a problem. Simply go to https://reportaproblem.apple.com/. Sign-in with your Apple ID and choose the app to report. You can also find the link at the bottom of the iTunes receipt you receive after purchasing an app. More detailed instructions can be found here: ...
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