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Uh....for some reason I can't respond to Buscar up there who is talking about the whole <key>NSUserNotificationAlertStyle</key> thing, in response to "App Store Is Annoying". If you go to info.plist in the package contents, and it looks all XML-y, I think the trick to this is to find that line with NSUserNotificationAlertStyle inside the ...


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http://support.apple.com/downloads/ has most OS and Security updates. http://www.apple.com/itunes/ always has the latest iTunes version. The format is amenable to downloading once, using many times. For third party stuff, you're pretty much restricted to downloading through the store, but many of those updates can be accomplished on secondary Macs simply by ...


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The app is added to the dock by manipulation of the Dock's preference file, then restarting the Dock, thereby bypassing the contents-immutable lock. To counter this, you can lock the Dock's preference file: chflags uchg ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Dock.plist Note: I don't have Snow Leopard to test this on, so keep backups, etc. Undo with: chflags ...


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There are two types of update. OS X software updates are updates for the OS and OS components (e.g. iTunes). These used to be delivered through a separate software update app, but since the introduction of the Mac App Store, the OS X updates have been combined with Mac App Store updates in the Updates tab of the Mac App Store. However, the CLI tool remains, ...


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Solved by manually downloading latest Xcode from developer.apple.com/downloads/. Everything updated just fine.


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The PAUSED download is not the same as STOPPED. You stopped the download (disconnected) so the temporary download file was deleted. The resume function does not work for that.


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You could get the installer from wherever you have a decent connection, and then create a USB key with the installer. Once you have downloaded the installer on any machine, see the quick instructions here: Create a single GPT (GUID) partition on the USB key, and format it. Then run: sudo "/Applications/Install OS X ...


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Here's what worked for me, sign out of App store, quit it. In the Terminal run: defaults write com.apple.appstore ShowDebugMenu -bool true Start App Store, in the Debug menu, choose Reset App, sign in again, then choose Start Scan for Updates. Tried Keynote again and it worked.



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