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If you scroll up and down consistently in the sidebar (where all the convos are held) for a while it usually tends to send and receive. At first it might only do one side of the messages, but keep scrolling up and down and it will eventually all be there. Takes less than 15 seconds at most.


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I have worked out a solution for this that (so far) works for default Finder right menu context items such as 'Burn to disk' and 'Burn %s to disc'. You will more than likely break Finder forever and have to set fire to your computer. Long story short - do not attempt this. If you've got the neckbeard for it, here are your instructions cd ...


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Well, try not capitalized and capitalized. Or just restart it. Maybe you could bring your MacBook to an Apple Store or where you bought it ( what I highly recommend or if all of the ideas don't work ).


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@grgarside's solution is nice, but it is vulnerable to script injection, which can be a major security issue when this is used to e.g. display log file contents or something similar. This should be safer as it escapes double quotes: #!/bin/bash /usr/bin/osascript -e "display notification \"${*/\"/\\\"}\""


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System terminal: defaults delete com.apple.Terminal iTerm2: defaults delete com.googlecode.iterm2


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This is what I found online about how to remove Wondershare from Mac. Click Start menu and move your mouse to All Programs. Find Wondershare Video Converter for Mac 2.0.0 folder and click on its Uninstaller. Follow its uninstaller and uninstall the program. To run its uninstaller, you can also Go to the folder where the program is installed. Locate its ...


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@Pedr, since i've not got enough "reputation", i'm not allowed to add a comment. but if you happen to see this before it gets deleted, can you please share how you discovered the cause of your issues were motherboard related? thanks!


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Turn on the computer, while booting hold Command + R. When you reach the recovery screen, go to terminal, it's in Utilities ▹ Terminal. Type 'resetpassword'. A GUI should appear and guide you through the process, this could likely refresh the corrupt files which are causing your inability to log in. You may also find luck in trying to boot holding shift, ...


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To prevent all of this, I recommend to create two admin accounts on your Mac. So if this problem comes, you can delete the damaged account and still log into your Mac


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Based on the evidence I believe your hard drive has failed, and needs to be replaced. You don't have to take it to Apple, there may be authorized repair centres near you.


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I had a similar problem and in my case it seems to be caused by Tunnelblick, even when VPN was not connected. I uninstalled it (with the uninstaller, not just drag to Trash) and problem went away.


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The java executables in /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/Current/Commands/java are not the executables that just run the java compiler etc. They are wrappers that use /usr/libexec/java_home to find the executables. Apple's Java 6 is in /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home/bin Run /usr/libexec/java_home -V ...


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In your current terminal session you can select the JVM using /usr/libexec/java_home -v 1.8 see java_home --help for more options. For GUI applications you should set JAVA_HOME as an environment variable. Setting Environment variables in Mac OS is explained in Environment variables in Mac OS X on StackOverflow. Be aware that ~/.launchd.conf is deprecated: ...


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Run the 10.8.5 combo updater, from https://support.apple.com/kb/dl1676?locale=en_GB This will ensure all updates since 10.8.0 are applied.


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I am not computer savvy but I've learned a couple things which I'd be happy to share in case they help someone in the future. If you're using a Mac server you should try screen sharing from your computer to the server and open the program called "Console" and check the logs between the time you last saw the file on the server (need to know the day and the ...


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You can add a file extension to the list of "safe" extensions. Once that is done, safari will launch whatever application is associated with that file type. This is done by creating the file ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.DownloadAssessment.plist containing the file extension you want opened. Here is an example, which solves the problem for .torrent ...


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Insert the USB and hold alt on boot, then select the USB drive.


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OmniDiskSweeper (macupdate.com) is free and will do exactly what you are asking for.


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Run Terminal and type the following command: du -s /Applications/* | sort -nr | head It will show you the most space consuming applications. For more advanced solutions, check: How do I find how much disk space a program is occupying? How can I figure out what's slowly eating my HD space?


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Run in Terminal: system_profiler SPHardwareDataType which would print your Hardware UUID and Serial Number.



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