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I have the same problem in El Capitan 10.11.5 with Calendar 8.0. Fixed it with a solution based on Django's tip in a previous comment: Quit Calendar Switch off all notifications for Calendar in System Preferences Launch Calendar Switch the notifications back on


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in iOS 9 you can customize Email Push setting from your iDevice setting app. Here is the guide on Enable Push Email on iPhone, when you can't receive mail to your inbox automatically. Push option not available for other Mails (Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud, Exchange), But you can also set it just like push Mail.


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I figured it out. Open Google Calendar on your computer in a browser. In the top right, click the gear button, then click Settings in the drop down menu At the top of the Settings page, click the Calendars tab. Next to your calendar's name, click Edit notifications. Once on this page you can remove or edit any default notifications. Correct if i'm wrong ...


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Check in your System settings >> Notifications on the left side on the Panel if Do to disturbed is in any way activated. Also check from which app you need Notifications and activate it. Also you should look in the settings of Security >> Privacy if Notifications from your apps are disabled.


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The following works: osascript -e 'display notification "Hello world!" with title "Hi!"'


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That is not possible using the default Mail app. It only allows you to differentiate between VIPs and regular senders (by placing a ☆ next to VIPs). If you want to differentiate which account received an email within a notification, you would need to use a separate app for one of your accounts. You will then get separate notification settings for that app, ...


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You are not mistaken; a very odd oversight on the part of Apple. Note that you can turn off "Vibrate on Silent" in sound settings and flip the side switch put your phone on Silent, which will disable that vibration and still make the sound (I believe). Also note that you can turn off vibration for alarms, but for some reason not for timers. My suggestion ...


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In your Calendars app, press the "Calendars" button on the bottom, and press the (i) that shows up next to each calendar in the list of calendars. Scroll to the bottom of the settings there, and there should be a toggle for Event Alerts. Turn this on for each individual calendar.


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When your Apple Watch is connected to your phone notifications do not light up or make sound on your iPhone: this is unnecessary because you are getting the notification on your watch, so a phone vibrate/sound would be superfluous given that the notification is on your wrist. Thus, the issue is not with your iPhone (as it is not supposed to vibrate when it ...


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Expanding beroe's answer.. That badge indicates a "beep" that happened while the terminal was not in the foreground. It is a badge per tab, or per window. If you have multiple tabs/windows open you have to click each one to make the number disappear. There should a little bell icon on tabs that have notifications.


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This red circle in any application isn't limited to signal a new message. It means that the application had to signal you a new event when no window was active. For some applications this might mean: an update is necessary, an error occured, a new message arrived, an important refresh of the window content occured. In the case of Terminal this might ...


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That badge indicates a "beep" that happened while the terminal was not in the foreground. To see it, you can send a beep command to your terminal. Type this command, hit return, then click to another window that is not a terminal window: sleep 5 && tput bel Are you saying that it went away (as it should) if you view all open Terminal windows or ...



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