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Yosemite (possibly even Mavericks) solved the issue


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One possibility - right click & select Paste from the drop menu. Works for several 'awkward to paste to' destinations.


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I had the same problem so I clicked the option key which allowed me to cancel the app,I then closed the app store, reopened it and clicked download and aster returning to waiting... for a few seconds it started to download again.


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The Install App that you download from the Mac App Store is a universal installer that isn't tied to a specific model/build. Similar to the retail installation discs from earlier operating system releases. It will install properly on any supported systems that meet the requirements. So yes, as long as the installer is from the Mac App Store then you ...


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Take a look at AppCorner you find deals for Mac App Store and much more if you are a developer.


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AppCorner.it , and if you are a developer you can create your site with price drops using public API.


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Creation of Apple ID does not mean you've created an App store account, so when creating a App store account one you'll need to setup payment information either using a credit card or a debit card if you're creating an Indian Apple app store account. Payment setup is done to ease the process of buying content/apps later while using the store. The initial ...


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Log in Apple Store using your AppleID Select Account Select Edit for the Payment type Select None.


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This is very tricky. From 10.6.6 (when Apple released the Mac App Store), the App Store has been pretty deeply built in to the system. You can see this by the fact that if you click on the  in your Menu Bar, there is an option to launch the App Store from there. In later versions of OS X it is even more deeply embedded as software updates for the OS are ...


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Try resetting the Mac App Store. Enable the debug menu and restart the Mac App Store. defaults write com.apple.appstore ShowDebugMenu -bool true Choose the Reset Application option and restart the Mac App Store.


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Maybe deleting Mac App Store cache can help you. Open Terminal and type: open $TMPDIR../C/ This should open Finder. Delete the com.apple.appstore folder and relaunch Mac App Store see if it works.


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When I have had problems with the App Store, I have found that the boot volume was entered in the System Preferences -> Spotlight -> Privacy pane. If the boot volume is included, it is EXCLUDED from the Spotlight indices, and the App Store uses those indices to determine what applications are installed. Once the volume is removed, and the indices updated ...


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In Mac App Store updates page, simply hold down the option, and you'll see the Pause button turns to Cancel.


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I have tried almost everything it has been said on the internet to solve this annoying problem. None of them worked. Even Apple Support could not find a solution. But yesterday I have found the solution with the help of my luck. After download starts in App Store but before you see any error, before you see any turn back in download progress, click on the ...


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I have AppleID account without Credit Card. It works just fine in getting latest updates like Yosemite.


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Here's what worked for me: Open the launchpad Hold down on App that is stuck in "Waiting.." mode until it displays an 'X' in the upper left corner Press Enter and it should finish downloading or exit the infinite loop it's stuck in Again, this is what worked for me, may not work for everyone but I thought I'd post it.


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I can confirm that you can still buy Snow Leopard Server with an unlimited client license over the phone. I just did so today (2014-12-04) in Australia for a total cost including delivery of AUD24.95, about USD21. The sales person that I spoke was knowledgable and knew exactly what is was without me having to quote the part number. I think that he may ...


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In older versions of the Mac App store, you could hide an update in the Updates panel, but in OS X Yosemite this feature has moved to the Purchases panel. To hide an update in OS X Yosemite you need to sign in to the Mac App store, click on Purchases, and then right-click/control-click the item to bring up the "Hide Purchase..." pop-up menu. ...


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Or you can use Spotlight to find an app and launch it.


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If Launchpad will not run for any reason, you can access many of your Applications via the Finder. In the Finder, press CommandShiftA, or go to the Go menu and select Applications.


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You can open Finder and go to your Applications folder to access all your apps.


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Try resetting the Mac App Store. Enable the debug menu and restart the Mac App Store. defaults write com.apple.appstore ShowDebugMenu -bool true Choose the Reset Application option and restart the Mac App Store.


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All you have to do to solve it is the following: Right-klick on Your App and click Show Package Contents Navigate to Contents/_MASReceipt/ Open the file receipt in text edit Search (Cmd+F) for "angry" Delete the whole paragraph, containing com.NAMEofYOURproblemAPP Save. Since you don´t have permission to edit system files, you will have to save the new ...


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I just figured it out, I literally just now had the problem. If it's an application, you have to delete it through launchpad (press option on your keyboard while in launchpad, and then click the little 'X' by it to delete it) and then go into your app store and go to purchases and click install, which should now be available to be clicked.


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You cannot. Notifications (which include icon badges) are not configurable for the Mac App Store app.


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To download it, at least the way I download it, is the following. I do this on a pc, and the software is available an nearly all operating systems (Windows, Mac, Linux (Ubuntu), BSD), although it is complex. Download virtualbox from virtualbox.org Get any version of osx in the last decade or so iso. Boot virtualbox and click "New" Go through the setup, ...


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After a bit of research (in the stores themselves, using Google, and in the Apple Developer Program resources), I'm rather sure no list of these is available from Apple themselves or from any third party. I found the best ways to find the apps tagged as "Essentials," is to look in these places: Both the Mac App Store and the iTunes App Store have a link ...



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