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Open up System Preference, go into the "Security" pane, and then, within "Location services" check whether the weather widget is allowed to get your current location. If it is currently checked, and your location is still not correct, uncheck and re-check it again. Note that you might need to unlock the preference pane by clicking on the lock icon in the ...


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Press the i icon in the top right of the screenshot you provided. There you can change the location for weather.


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Okay, so after searching on the web for some more, I found it: they moved it under "Touch ID & Passcode" The details are outlined here. http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/article/ios-8-apple-moves-setting-notification-center-on-lock-screen ––– To give you some more details: When the phone is unlocked and you pull down the notification centre, you can ...


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Make certain your phone is unlocked and pull down the notification center. When on the 'today' tab and unlocked, there is an 'edit' button at the bottom of the notification center that allows you to adjust what content is displayed and what order it is displayed.


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As of iOS8 third party widgets are possible. For a huge list check out this forum start post.


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Like the spotlight search icon, the notification centre icon cannot be removed from the status bar using OS X. You should use the bartender program to hide that icon. It works with Yosemite and has the feature you seek: With Bartender you can hide or move the Notification Center menu bar item, but still use Notification Center.


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Leave them in contacts rather than remove, but set all their ringtones/messages sounds to a silent ringtone. There's one here linked from this page - How can I get a silent ringtone on my iPhone? on the iPhoneFAQ site. You'll still get the notifications, but no sounds.


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Check this out. Seems like this is what you are looking for. http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/32744/herald/download



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