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CMD + T Adjust document color. Adjust text color.
Well. I did not find the cause for the issue (although it was quite obviously some file permissions problem). But this is how I fixed it: Quit iterm2 Move ~/Library/Preferences/com.googlecode.iterm2.plist to the Desktop Reboot (because plist files are protected) Launch iterm2 and quit it again to create a new plist file Open ...
No, not without special functionality on the accesspoints themselves. The thing you are referring to is called wireless roaming, something that usually can't be done with simple consumer hardware. As for OS X, it only reconnects when the current connection is lost. If you can make sure there is no overlap between the accesspoints or repeatets, the ...
There is an app called SwitchUp that does this, however I think it doesn't play well with Safari extensions. Try and see for yourself.
Don't bother creating something from scratch, it has already been solved many times before as it is part of confoguration management which is a big component in IT automation. What you are looking for is the 'defaults' system as a low-level text based system Mac OS X uses to manage preferences and settings. This has been enhanced by something else from ...
You should take a look at Mathias Bynens' Dotfiles. Modify it for your needs and delete the settings you don't need. Then you only need to execute the script with the terminal.app via entering sudo /path/to/the/script/./osx on each mac.
I did some more digging and I managed to find a solution that isn't AppleScript-ed UI movements. You can script most of the settings changes I wanted to make using the defaults command (wiki). As for figuring out the actual keys/values that correspond to the UI preferences, I've found lists like this to be useful (this one too). I've also used this little ...
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