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The simplest and least destructive way to stop processes that run in your user space is to logoff, and logon again. If you kill a process, it can't save any data correctly. Most system processes have good routines to handle this, but that slows things down the next time it starts and can leave things in a state where you need to clean up the mess by hand. ...


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Something similar happened to me once like this. Try a hard restart by holding both the power and the home buttons until you see the Apple icon appear on the screen. Let me know if that works.


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@grgarside's solution is nice, but it is vulnerable to script injection, which can be a major security issue when this is used to e.g. display log file contents or something similar. This should be safer as it escapes double quotes: #!/bin/bash /usr/bin/osascript -e "display notification \"${*/\"/\\\"}\""


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Leave them under your contacts and then click the "do not disturb" when you click on the info of their text message.


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Train yourself to press the Home button with a different finger. I use my thumb to hit it first, specifically to see notifications. I often swipe one next before using my index finger to unlock the phone. That way I go right to the notifying app.


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I don't know a way to clear every notification with a single button, however you can clear all of one app's notifications by moving your mouse to the right of the app's header and clicking the small x button that appears there. To clear them all, I simply move the mouse to the topmost app's x button and rapidly click which removes all of the notifications ...


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As far as i know you can only get it on mavericks by jailbreaking it my be different for mavericks by now but last time i checked there was no way so i assume you would need to jailbreak. But on yosemite it comes pre-installed. (not the jailbreak) Hope this helps



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