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Command Option + Escape, Relaunch Finder, Done


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I was running into this same problem at the same time that I was having problems with my printer. When I ended up using some specific drivers for the printer (instead of the default/universal Apple printer driver) the problem went away. So if you are still struggling with this issue, I would suggest trying to use a printer specific driver. Hopefully that ...


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Hold home and lock buttons for at least thirty seconds. Then try connecting it to a computer and seeing if it's recognized. If it ran out of charge, the battery plug-in symbol might not show because it is so dead.


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Here's a addition to @pasawaya's excellent answer. If you want to execute your applescript from the command line, you don't need to enter every line separately with the -e option. osascript -e 'multi-line-applescript here' will work also. Example: osascript -e 'tell application "Safari" activate tell application "System Events" keystroke "f" using {...


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Looks like there are simpler ways to do it as well. Turn on your Apple Computer & Go to the Library folder Select the file named “StickiesDatabase” Copy the file and save it somewhere else to backup stickies Refer http://www.macworld.com/article/1160992/software-utilities/transfer-stickies.html for more details.


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In El Capitan, I was unable to get 5.6 running. It showed an "application damaged" icon, and trying to open it resulted in a message "You can’t use this version of the application “AirPort Utility 5.6” with this version of OS X." However, I did get this to work. I have an OS X Leopard Server install running in Parallels v11, and was able to get 5.6 running ...


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I had the same issue and followed the advice to grep eduroam in /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration. The file I had to modify was com.apple.network.eapolclient.configuration.plist. In this file you can actually see, the migrated profiles.


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Thanks, based on the tip by ipmcc, I've created the one-liner that outputs a boolean value. echo $(ioreg -n IODisplayWrangler | grep -i IOPowerManagement | perl -pe 's/^.*DevicePowerState\"=([0-9]+).*$/\1/')/4 | bc


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I've often had the exact same problem! I've found that the following method works consistently to switch to the external adapter. Starting with the external bluetooth dongle unplugged: Turn off Bluetooth Wait about three seconds Plug in dongle Again, wait about three seconds Turn on Bluetooth This works every time for me. No rebooting or external ...


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Default short-cut is Option+Esc but you can change it something more convenient for you. Be sure to chose a system voice other than default which have been improved to be more natural.


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This is how I did it. You may need a pair of headphones if you use the bult-in microphone. Open quicktime and click File->New Screen Recording Select the audio source by clicking on the small down-pointing arrow Turn up the sound that appears below the record button Click File->New Movie Recoring Resize the movie window and place it where you like it ...


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Use a toothbrush and an up-and-down motion to clean the port. The microphone port on a Macbook air has incredibly narrow holes. A thin needle will only clear surface debris if that is what's causing the blockage.. Here's an instructional video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aWpC8N8W08


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While in the Finder, go to the "Finder" menu and select "Preferences". Add the name of your MacBook to the Sidebar. Click on the name of your MacBook and drag your hard drive or untitled to the Sidebar.


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Go to system preferences, open Dictation & Speech. Under dictation, change default microphone to Internal Microphone if it is Automatic. If not, switch it to Automatic for a second and switch back to Internal Microphone. I know this sounds ridiculous, but it works.


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Rename the Archive folder on Exchange Seems some sort of bad situation manifested itself between Mail and the Exchange server. I had to Rename the folder named Archive on the server to OldArchive, then attempt to archive a message and allow Mail to recreate the Archive folder. Then I copied all the mail in OldArchive to the new Archive.


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take a backup of the router config file and use nirsoft tools to view the config file in order to get the password in text format.



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