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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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Just drag it down to Not in Notification Center list.


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I hate these kinds of answers, but there doesn't appear to be one. Another question points out that you can use some kinda-hacky Applescripts to work around the limitation: Does Notification Center have keyboard shortcuts? I was toying around this, and it seems the key combos that notification center responds to depends on the active widgets. If you're in ...


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You can create Automator service to run this Applescript and give it a keyboard shortcut in the System Preferences Keyboard shortcuts This will close Alert and banners Notification In Automator choose a new service Add a Run Applescript Action and replace it's code with: my closeNotif() on closeNotif() tell application "System Events" ...


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Not quite what you asking for: You could limit the time displayed for banners type with Terminal and paste in the following defaults write com.apple.notificationcenterui bannerTime # with the # number sign replaced with the amount of seconds you want banner notifications to stick around, then log off and back on. To restore original function (5 seconds) ...


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I had the same problem and this fixed it: Open Notification Center Click the grey Edit button at the very bottom Click the red minus icon (-) next to Today to remove it Click the green plus icon (+) next to Today Summary to add it back Once I added it back, the weather summary popped up.


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Try to switch off and on again the weather-location mode. Disable and enable again "Today" item in your notifications. Restart your system. It helps to me.


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I guess it only works if the website asks you if you want to receive pushs


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What you've done here is delete the entire Notification Center database, not simply disable Notification Center. You will need to restore this container, preferably from a backup. Alternatively, you can reinstall OS X.


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If you go to Notification center in your Settings on mac, and then click Messages and then you have an option of "Show Message preview" you can turn it off and I think it will only show the name who it came from but wont show the actual message. If that was your question.


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Check that you have allowed weather to access your current location. In System Preference -> Security & Privacy -> Privacy tab -> Location Services


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The problem comes because the VPN server is killing the connection sometime after the mac goes to sleep. Try disconnecting the VPN before going to sleep, automatically, using sleepwatcher as described in this Q&A.



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