New answers tagged notification-center
I had the same problem and found an answer on this site. Did you ever use Terminal to disable Notification Center in and earlier OS? I did, and this tip brought it back - How do I re-enable Notification Center in Yosemite post-upgrade?
Applescript: tell application "System Events" to tell process "SystemUIServer" click menu bar item "Notification Center" of menu bar 2 end tell tell application "System Events" to tell process "NotificationCenter" click radio button "Today" of radio group 1 of window "NotificationTableWindow" end tell Depend on what an user needs, whether it's to ...
Delete button is present in the notifications of Yosemite's (OS X 10.10) version of Mail (8.0). Sadly, no Mark as read button is available or configurable.
You can manually turn it on and off in the Notifications System preferences. Update to this Answer: This works on my Mac quite well. But it is not localised and is really a quick script put together as a proof of concept.. ( thats the disclaimer ) The idea is the place this script in to the Applescript menu and run it when you want to toggle the ...
Here's a cool one that I use in a ruby script on OS X (so that I can start a script and get an update even after toggling away from the window): cmd = %Q|osascript -e 'display notification "Server was reset" with title "Posted Update"'| system ( cmd )
Apple messed up, in my opinion, by taking away the "missed" tab on the notification pull down in iOS 8. The only thing I've found that helps is to navigate to settings > notifications and set "sort by time". After that you can pull down the notification center, and the notifications will still be grouped by app, but at least they are sorted so the most ...
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