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You can open System Preferences using its URL scheme: open "x-apple.systempreferences:" You can jump to a specific anchor on a specific pane using: open "x-apple.systempreferences:com.apple.preference.keyboard?Text" You can get the list of panes and anchors using AppleScript: tell application "System Preferences" set myIds to the id of every pane ...
The first command should open System Preferences->Dock. However, if it fails try the following command instead: open -b com.apple.systempreferences /System/Library/PreferencePanes/Dock.prefPane -b bundle_indentifier specifies the bundle identifier for the application to use when opening the file.
To enhance the accepted answer, paraphrase another, correct one more and to add my own input, I offer the below summary: Drag and Drop Dragging and dropping the folder use to work for me, but seems to be largely hit and miss these days. For me I'm usually adding network folders and these sometimes don't drag too well. If it does, and the horizontal bar ...
Sometime a folder might not show the "horizontal location-line" graphic as you drag it into the sidebar, making it impossible to attach it to the sidebar. In such situations, you can drag a folder within the folder into the sidebar and cancel that action (press 'esc', etc.) once you see the location line graphic. Then try dragging the main folder again onto ...
Almost universally on Mac [with very few exceptions] Cmd ⌘ , (command + comma) will open Preferences.
Welcome to the world of the Mac! Unlike many other operating systems, most Mac OS X apps don't have a menu bar in the app itself but use the system-wide Menu Bar. When uTorrent app is in focus (click on it once if you're not sure), the Menu Bar will show the menu options for uTorrent. One of the options will be "Preferences..." as you can see in the ...
Opening the folder and then dropping the icon from the header worked best for me as cmd drop only adds a link and not the actual folder-a very important distinction.
Aggregate Devices are accessed from Applications/Utilities/Audio Midi Setup. You can select & remove it from there. (On phone, will flesh out later)
As a work-around use TinkerTool to set your "Recent Items" to which-ever value you like. So far it seems to behave as expected…
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