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Open the App Store app and go to Store → Sign Out.


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I had the same problem, and my sudo du -sh /* showed similar results. But the trash folder, which exists under /user, doesn't show up in this list! All my old VMs were still in Trash, and I just had to empty the trash to reclaim the space. (though it took a long time to figure that out)


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The easiest solution to reach Blu-ray or DVD ISO on Mac is to digitize ISO image to readable file type for iMac, this is my suggestion.


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In Yosimite you can run this command: sudo dscl . create /Users/Guest IsHidden 1 To rollback change 1 to 0. Full description and for earlier versions https://support.apple.com/en-lb/HT203998


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Parental controls allows you to exert more control over standard accounts and could restrict that app easily for you. In practice, I prefer other levers. Whether it's worth the time to setup vs. getting out and moving around the class (or having an assistant sit in the back of the class and keep an eye on screens) is debatable. Assuming you don't already ...


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What they are talking about is having more color choices for highlighting text than are available by default. Both the Yosemite choices in your post and the Mavericks choices (see below) limit the user to 5 preset colors. There doesn't appear to be any way to use the OS-built-in Apple color picker to choose anything other than this very limited set. Very ...


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Mail (menu) > Preferences... > Accounts > select the target account and under Account Information in the Full Name: field put the email address not the full name.


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Mail (menu) > Preferences... > Accounts > select the target account and under Account Information in the Full Name: field put the email address not the full name.


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My recommendation is to use Apple Mail's rules to customize how you want these displayed—you can make them stand out even more than a simple !! in the message list by setting up a Rule in Preferences: In this case, specify that you want to apply the rule to messages with high priority. Then choose the formatting that you want. I chose to list messages ...


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close the messages app & press command + Q and click on the messages. a applications window will pop up so just open your iMessage from there. works sometimes.


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I had the exact same problem for a while now and finally figured out how to fix it. My problem was directly related to 3-party menu icons though, FYI. Open the utility called Activity Monitor and select the offending applications (they will be red and say "not responding") one at a time. Then click the upper leftmost button with the X in it and select Force ...


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I did have a similar issue, and washed-out colors got fixed by switching to a different Solarized port. Now everything looks great, completely identical to MacVim.


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Unfortunately, osx-gcc-installer has overwritten some system files which are actually 'shims', so even if you run that script to delete those files it overwrote, you will need to restore the original system files. First, run the script suggested in the other answer. Then: Either you can download and reinstall your OSX again, from the App Store. Or you ...


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So, as noted in the update, Safari does actually warn you -- once. If you decide to proceed anyway, then for the remainder of that browser session, you need to remember that you're talking to a potentially compromised server, because you will see no evidence of that except by examining the certificate (by clicking on the https/padlock icon). However, ...


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I got the same message today as well. This worked for me: To get round this, temporarily disable Gatekeeper as follows: open System Preferences and the 'Security & Privacy' options Click the padlock at the bottom if it is locked Set 'Allow applications downloaded from:' to 'Anywhere'. Keep that open, but go back to your finder window ...


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So, I have performed my testing and taken the leap of faith albeit with a disk image to roll back to. I performed the update by way of a fresh install and data restore from Time Machine. iMovie 10.0 is somewhat problematic. It offers the ability to read in my XAVC files but simply refuses to convert my iMovie v9 events. It'll do a handful then leave the ...


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Try System Preferences > Profiles. It listed my 802.1X profiles and I was able to remove them from there. Alternatively, you can manually edit configuration files in /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration (see this post) - grep the files located there for the name of your profile. (Using OS X Mavericks)


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You can still launch it by viewing package contents in Finder and then launching it from: Contents > MacOS > iMovie HD


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If you don't want to use Disk Warrior or something similar to get your volumes back, there is a small chance to recover your partitions manually: You'll need some tools and luck to accomplish that: Install a full vanilla system (Mountain Lion or Mavericks should work) on a thumb drive. A recovery system will not work. Boot to the thumb drive, download and ...


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If you don't have them in your Purchases in the Mac App store, you can order Lion and Mountain Lion directly from Apple for USD $19.99 each. http://store.apple.com/us/product/D6106Z/A/os-x-lion http://store.apple.com/us/product/D6377Z/A/os-x-mountain-lion


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We've run into the same issue repeatedly, especially as we try to use XCode 6. I'm currently changing over my connect to our server to WebDAV (connecting to our server via Finder > Go (menubar) > Connect to Server... > https://localnetworkIP/userfolder/). This is working for us (so far). UPDATE: After a few days, I noticed a new issue using WebDAV: files ...



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