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I contacted Apple, and they told me to go into Settings, turn off Location Services, reboot, and then turn Location Services back on. Go straight to the Weather app to allow it to refresh. This fixed the issue for me on my devices, and they don't work perfectly, but they are much more reliable than before.


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I had the same problem, I had to turn on Location services and turn off my VPN. The app worked fine after that.


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I created a script and launch agent to accomplish the same thing. This method avoids that message(tested on OS X 10.11.3). The agent calls a shell script every 30 seconds and tries to ping an IP address that is static on the vpn network. If it cannot ping that IP it enables your vpn connection. If you did this through an Apple Script App, the app icon will ...


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I had this problem too. I clicked the "i" icon on the bottom right of the widget and once it flipped I typed in my zip code (Australian) and it recognised it as a Sydney zip code and allowed me to select the Sydney time zone. This worked a treat! Nothing else seemed to work.


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This looks like it's involved in the mechanics of notifications on a low level. My guess is that it has been there all along, but this time the developer forgot to hide it and it escaped testing.


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Found a solution. Some apps have ⌘ shortcuts to toggle their various windows. Skype uses ⌘1 for it's primary window. Looks like I can hide it via this method and continue to receive visual notifications. Great!


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I had this problem too. Go to System Preferences > Internet Accounts . You can remove Facebook account from there and then it will no longer appear in the notification center at all


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Naturally, I ended up solving this shortly after I posted the question. This article ended up solving it for me. In summary: Open Settings Go to Touch ID & Passcode (Enter passcode) Scroll down to "Allow Access When Locked" Disable both "Today" and "Notifications View" Now there is no swiping down from the top at all on the lock screen (but still ...



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