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I assume you are talking about a Mac with OS X? To make the Notifications stay till you dismiss them: Open the system preferences + Notification. Click on Mail. Choose the "Alerts" (not the Banners). It will stay displayed till you click Close. After that it is no longer in the Notification center. Done


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On iOS or Mac OS X, use the OS's "Mail" app and enable notifications for it in your settings. On Android, mail should show up automatically. On Windows, there is no Notification Center. It would help if you specified what device/OS you were talking about, and the version of it.


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Settings --> Notifications ---> Messages Then just click the "Show on lock screen" button to turn it to off mode (no green showing). Edit: As far as I know there is no way to turn off this feature with stock iOS. You may be able to find a specific app to change this feature with a jailbroken iPhone.


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One application you have, you set to not show any notifications, and just play sound. Go to Settings>Notifications. In the 'INCLUDE' list, disregard all that already show notifications. Check out the notification settings for the other applications. One of them is set to notify only by sound.


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EDIT: I missed that you want a linux based machine as your source. The following is Mac to Mac using Applescript: tell application "Finder" of machine "eppc://UserName:Password@Computer.local" display notification "This is the message body." with title "Message Title" with subtitle "Message Subtitle" end tell Applescript. No need for Growl. ...


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If you are intent on seeing notifications first without accidentally unlocking the phone, just use the top button. That's what I do. I automatically hit that button as I pick up the phone or pull it out of my pocket. Then I hit the home button if I need to go any further.


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These notifications are controlled by Facebook. Regrettably they can not all be turned off What is People You May Know? People You May Know are people on Facebook that you might know. We show you people based on mutual friends, work and education information, networks you’re part of, contacts you’ve imported and many other factors. I recommend ...


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You can setup an alarm in the clock app and add a custom label to it. You can also setup a scheduled task in the Reminders app which can be repeated. It can be setup that if you leave a location without checking the box that the reminder is complete you will get a notification. It can also be setup with an alarm for a specific time.


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AppleScript is built by Apple, for Apple (though unfortunately support has steadily declined since the move from 10.6.8 to 10.7) While it is possible to do what you describe with AppleScript (or any language, with enough blood, sweat, tears, and coffee), it will be much more difficult than using Facebook's API to view your notifications (or using OS X's ...


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This sounds like a software fault, the best solution is to backup and reinstall our phone. This guide on Apple.com will explain how.


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Yes, using the mute switch for a moment, then put it back to non-muted mode. The volume did used to work, and will still silence calls, but I haven't tried on other alerts of late. Could be a bug, or issue with your phone. I will try it next time mine goes off, and report back.


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When you don't have the external hard drive hooked up, go System Preferences >> Time Machine, and switch it to OFF. You will still be able to perform backups, it just won't happen automatically. This is the technique that I use, and I don't see notifications.


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I have a solution that I was able to reverse engineer. I've tested it on my machine, running Yosemite 10.10.4 (14E46). If you can find the bundle ID (in the Info.plist file for the app bundle), you can use this script to force the app to appear in the notifications preferences pane. # "Usernoted" seems to be the "user notifications daemon", so get it's PID. ...


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This is not possible (at least on a non-jailbroken phone). You can use Do Not Disturb, but you have to set it ahead of time so that it applies even while the phone is unlocked, and then toggle it on at the start of the call, and toggle it off at the end.



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