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You cannot remove a Preview.app signature in Yosemite. This is a bug. It would almost make sense if signing a document froze the entire document,but you can edit every other annotation. I've tried masking a signature with a filled box, then overlaying a signature on that. It seems to work and the document saves, but on opening tne new signature is gone. ...


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For me the problem application is Citrix GoToMeeting, which I have to use for work. I'm using a variation of @thetoolman's solution to lower the volume to 49 - 50 every second (no cron job, I just start this whenever I have a meeting): while true ; do while (( `osascript -e "input volume of (get volume settings)"` > 50 )); do osascript -e ...


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The problem that you are running into is that Gatekeeper is trying to protect you from malware and not only doesn't recognize the developer "signature" of the App you downloaded it "sees" the file was modified by someone/something other than the developer. Gatekeeper options are found in Apple menu > System Preferences… > Security & Privacy > General ...


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Just a note in El Capitan you have to turn off the system integrity mode to change the files needed. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/32590053/copying-file-under-root-got-failed-in-os-x-el-capitan-10-11


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If you want the easiest, most foolproof way to do this with the most flexible format WITH images/videos/gifs/emoji/allthethings, follow along. This method contains absolutely zero automation, so even your hip grandma can follow along. Open the Messages app Open the conversation you want to copy and keep scrolling to the top to load more of the conversation ...


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brew link --overwrite imagemagick repeat it for each and it will solve the issue


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Turn off the "Allow apps only from Mac App Store" in System Preferences. This seemed to work for me. Yes, I know that it wasn't a .app file, but that didn't seem to matter. Note: I found this out after the bounty. I still would like to see a better answer, maybe with a cause.


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I had the same thing happen - the setting in Accessibility->Audio is turned off, but the screen flashes anyway. I wonder if it has something to do with using LogMeIn. It has a long-standing bug of not switching your audio output/input device back to the built-in speaker/mic after a remote session closes. During the session, sound is routed through a ...


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I would recommend karabiner to you. It's a powerful system plugin to remap keys and key combinations. You can map whatever key combos you want to whatever in your mind. Please check it out and you will fall in love with it


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i like to do it this way. while true; do diskutil cs list | grep 'Conversion Progress' ; sleep 30; done will print out an updated progress every 30 seconds so you can just leave it running and glance over and instantly see where the progress is up to without having to run the command again.


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Go to setting>notification>app store>disable allow notification


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I found that a combination of the previous answers works best as a script in Script Editor: tell application "Messages" to "clear unread messages" delay 1 tell application "Messages" to quit delay 1 tell application "Dock" to quit delay 1 tell application "Messages" to launch


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First of all, find out dictionary path you want to modify, for example depending on the dictionary and system you are running, possible paths to DefaultStyle.css may be next: /Library/Dictionaries/Oxford Dictionary of English.dictionary/Contents/DefaultStyle.css /Library/Dictionaries/Oxford American Writer's ...


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Just as an extra note to the existing answers, I ran this through grep to get a concise answer to each conversion. diskutil cs list | grep -e "Conversion" -e "Volume Name" The result was: | Conversion Status: Converting (forward) | Conversion Progress: 71% | Volume Name: Macintosh HD Conversion Status: ...


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I know this is an old thread, but for me, what cleared this up was going to "Force Quit" and then relaunching the Finder. Problem occurred on a 3 day old iMac totally up to date.


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try restarting your computer, right click, and open the unread messages



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