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I don't think it's possible with AppleScript but it is with terminal-notifier: -sender ID The bundle identifier of the application that should be shown as the sender, including its icon. -appIcon URL The URL of a image to display instead of the application icon (Mavericks+ only) For example: terminal-notifier -title title -message message ...
The built-in weather information is pretty lame and has no settings associated with it. That said, you should look into other weather widgets that you can install and display instead of the iOS-supplied info: http://9to5mac.com/2014/09/26/ios-8-weather-widgets-best/
I had the same problem after upgrading to iOS 8, that is, no weather info in the Today summary, except the copyright link at the bottom. Based on randy's answer, I went to Settings > Privacy > Location Services > Weather. I turned the setting off then back on, and went back up in Settings. Now the weather is in Today.
Putting an app Do Not Include will not include notifications from that app in the Notification Center. If you do not disable the other notifications then you will still receive the notifications on the lock screen and if you are using the device, but the notifications won't remain in Notification Center. Conversely, if you disable the notifications then the ...
To simplify the usage of the mentioned Terminal Notifier tool, you should create an alias for it, including its parameters, so you don't have to type them all the time. In your .bashrc file, add an alias like this: alias termnot='terminal-notifier -message "Done" -title "Done"' Then you can use it like this: long-running-command ; termnot BTW: I ...
In Finder, go to ThisAutomatorThing.app Right click. Show Package Contents. Go to folder /Contents/, and open Info.plist file with a text editor. Find something like: <key>CFBundleName</key> <string>6ARbL3D-C0D4</string> If the string is exactly the gibberish in notification, replace it with you app name. You MIGHT need to 1) ...
You need to go to Twitter.com in to your account and change some stuff there. Mute a single Account If you click on "More" in the twitter timeline there is the "Mute", to stop seen someones tweets. If you want to be radical then Disable applications access for all:
You can use Terminal Notifier. Once installed run a command like this: long-running-command && terminal-notifier -message "Done" -title "Done" When long-running-command finishes you will get a notification.
Open System Preferences > Software Updates, then uncheck the box that says "You will be notified when updates are ready to be installed".
If you try to log in and the browser fills in the user and passowrd then that is your problem #1 1- Go to the key chain and delete all "your" Facebook accounts there on your dads computer. Be careful not to delete your dads accounts, that might result in a "you are grounded" for a Month penalty. 2- Disable the Keep me logged in in Facebook web page - ...
Go to Preferences -> Internet Accounts - delete Your Facebook account and add Your Dads Facebook.
actually I came up with a much more straightforward way. Simply remove the Notification app which is located in /System/Library/CoreServices/. To do so you first have to kill the process otherwise finder won't let you delete it since it's already running (do a little top to get its PID). Then just move the .app file to the thrash. At reboot it's as if it's ...
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