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Never mind - logging in and out made it work! Such an obvious fix.
Headphones and the Internal speakers are only OR option. You can not have AND. If your headset sometimes does not switch, check the plug for dirt stuck in it. If it is not the hardware, reset your SMC.
BBEdit has "Attachement Point" scripts that are automatically run during different conditions. Here is a list of Attachment Points: http://www.bbeditextras.org/wiki/index.php?title=Attachment_Points Here is a script that should do what you want: https://gist.github.com/benspaulding/1287814
lsregister, found in /System/L*/Fr*/CoreS*/V*/A/F*/L*/V*/A/S*/ manages this list by looking in the Info.plist of all the apps on the system. Apps register themselves as being able to action certain files (such as Mail registering .eml) or protocols (such as mailto: which is also registered by Mail) and lsregister makes a note of this. For more information ...
I have been experiencing the same problem, but in OSX 10.9.4. Namely, in System Preferences I remap Caps Lock to Ctrl, and it reverts itself back to Caps Lock after a day or two for no discernable reason. To solve this you can use Seil to remap your Caps Lock key. Additionally, you can use Karabiner for a huge range of other keyboard settings.
This is not possible (at least not currently). When the iOS App Store is opened, it will either open up the default page, which is the Featured tab, or the last viewed page, if it was previously recently opened. Perhaps you can suggest that the Updates tab should become the default tab if there are any pending updates, on Apple's iPhone feedback page. ...
Your earbuds have one plug that goes into the headphone socket on your laptop, that socket does NOT have a microphone pickup. The socket in your iPhone is dual capable, both headphone and microphone connections. You will need to get a headset that has both a microphone and headphone plugs if you want to use your laptop for dictation
You can reset Mail's settings by running the following one-liner in Terminal: killall Mail &> /dev/null; mv ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.mail/Data/Library/Preferences/com.apple.mail.plist ~/Desktop && open -a Mail
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