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I'm not sure whether this is really a left vs right-handed thing. All English speakers read left to right, so have a tendency to put our work left-aligned. I am right handed, but work left-aligned, the same as you, so the distance to any Banner notification is about the same. To give you more time to reach a Notification, you could either change ...
Unfortunately, you can't change the location where Notification Center Alerts and Banners appear. This is a huge gripe of mine as well, and I highly encourage you to complain about this issue to Apple here: http://www.apple.com/feedback/macosx.html
For people using multi screen environments, you can change the screen that the notifications appear on by setting your main screen in displays. System Preferences > Displays > Arrangement Click the white bar at the top of your current main screen and drag it over to another screen, it will highlight a red frame around the screen you've dragged onto. ...
Open your terminal and run this command defaults write com.apple.notificationcenterui bannerTime SECONDS where SECONDS is a number for how many seconds you want the banner to be displayed.
System Preferences>Security & Privacy Click Privacy tab Select "Location Services" Uncheck "Weather" The incorrect weather location should disappear. Rechecking "Weather" should automatically bring up the correct weather location.
This isn't a perfect answer, but it's a smooth workaround. In System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Mission Control you can map a keyboard shortcut to "Turn Do Not Disturb On/Off." I chose command shift spacebar as I believe it does not overlap any default keyboard shortcuts and it's similar to activating Spotlight. Now I simply hit those keys to ...
I just want to add a note to @grgarside's answer, because I know many people want to have a notification popup that can only be dismissed by button click. I have found the solution for you: It was actually controlled by a setting in System Preference, rather than some parameter in the script written. These two images should explain it all Thanks ...
This is part of the private CoreFollowup System Framework at /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/CoreFollowUp.framework/Versions/A/Support/followupd There is no documentation about it, but the header files found at (that's for iOS, but I guess the framework is the same): ...
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