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There is quite a few good examples out there for using Applesccript to send iMessages. I haven't found one yet that will work to a number via sms, the below script only works with iMessage. Also it limited to the number(s) in your contacts(buddy list) and will error out if the buddy/number isn't in your contacts. Here's one that I use to send ...


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Hit Enter while Cmd is in action.


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From the page You linked (works for Yosemite as well): Messages (Mavericks): Add Messages to the menu bar Choose Messages > Preferences, then click General. Select “Show status in menu bar.” The Messages status menu appears in the menu bar as Click the Messages icon in the menu bar, then choose an option from the menu: To set the status of all your ...


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I make phone calls on my iPad using Tugo app from O2, works off my O2 phone account.


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You could run a script every minute to update the status to available. To do this, save the following AppleScript, I called messages-available.scpt, but your can rename if you want. tell application "System Events" tell process "Messages" tell menu bar 1 tell menu bar item "Messages" tell menu "Messages" ...


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Convert the sound you want to use to .caf using afconvert: afconvert -f caff -d LEI16@22050 input_file output.caf Go to /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/ToneLibrary.framework/Versions/A/Resources/AlertTones/Modern Since I wasn't sure just adding the new .caf file to this folder would work, I made a copy (backup) of sms_alert_note.caf and then replaced ...


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Your email address, which is your Apple ID, is what ties everything together. That has not changed since iMessage was introduced. You can change where the message is coming "from" by going (on iPhone) to Settings > Messages > Send & Receive > and at the bottom under "Start new conversations from", adjust the checkbox to change what shows up as the ...


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The best answer so far (weeks after the problem) was at https://discussions.apple.com/message/27149499#27149499 The gist of it is a corrupt keychain. I'll copy paste the steps for a fix here but I advise to read the actual thread over at Apple Discussions and have backups. Here are the steps: Open Key Chain Access Select Login at the top left side Select ...


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Looks like this is not possible after all.


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According to Apple those are the requirements for audio and video chats and screen sharing. Camera (video chatting) Microphone (audio and video chatting) Internet connection speed (upstream and downstream) Share your screen or share a friend’s screen: 128 Kbps Mac OS X version of people you message Computer processor type of people you message ...



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