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Is your Wi-Fi turned off? I had the same problem, and realized that it was because my Mac couldn't find my location since Wi-Fi was turned off (I was connected via Ethernet and this Mac does not have a GPS chip). When I switched Wi-Fi on, it immediately started working


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You are looking for something like that ? http://www.funkyspacemonkey.com/create-os-x-yosemite-widgets-notification-center Otherwise, I think that you have to learn cocoa language and build your widget on Xcode (for buttons and interactivity).


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If you click on the Help Center (?) icon (lower right of the Notifications pane), it says: To remove an app, drag it to the Not in Notification Center list. Apps can be rearranged in the Notification Center by dragging them up / down in the list. 'Not in Notification Center' is at the bottom of the list. drag the app(s) you don't want to the very bottom, ...


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Sure. Create a Keyboard Maestro macro that runs when the app launches and runs an AppleScript to turn DND on. Then create another one for when the app quits which runs another AppleScript to turn DND off. AppleScript can be found here: http://m.tuaw.com/2013/02/04/applescripting-notification-center-scheduling-do-not-disturb/


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Go System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy [tab] Uncheck and recheck 'Weather' and it's back to normal See below img


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I have two entries too, but they are not old and new. One is Twitter App, the other is system "build-in", this Twitter account for share(for example, click share button on Safari you can see it) and many other things. You can check, "System Preferences"->"internet account".


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Go to Notifications pane in the System Preferences. Check if Facebook is allowed or not.


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The database has moved on Yosemite. The following command takes to you to its new location: cd `getconf DARWIN_USER_DIR`/com.apple.notificationcenter/db


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System Preferences -> Sounds, and set Alert Volume to the minimum. (I'm using Yosemite, and this might not exist in earlier versions.)


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Same happened to me after an upgrade, wipe, and restore from iCloud. Only temperature that displayed was the local determined automatically by the location. The fix was to delete all the cities and re-add them.


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There is a free app called Herald which does have a Mark As Read button which I have used for a bit now and I can recommend as a stop-gap. I dug around some plist files to see if anything related to this already exists. No luck, sadly. I also sent feedback to Apple using the link grgarside provided, if others do the same it may actually result in something! ...



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