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I think you would need to reload the kext for it sudo kextunload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleUSBTopCase.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleUSBTrackpad.kext to disable it. Change kextunload to kextload to re-enable it. Now create a script from above so you can run it with one click.
Set up an alias: alias bigxter='xterm -font lucidasanstypewriter-bold-24' Then put that alias in your .bashrc, so that after you log in, you can type bigxter and your easily visible font xterm window will pop up! Maybe put one or two of those windows as default to logging in as well so you have enough windows to work in.
After searching for a few hours I've finally found the command! dsconfigldap -r *servername*
I accidentally 'dumped' my google folder from my Favorites menu but managed to re-add it by opening a google folder window, then taking the little icon at the top of the window and just dropping back into Favorites.
(Note, 1) I have my Alfred preferences located on my dropbox, but the default location is at ~/Library/Application Support/Alfred 2, i.e., in your home folder's Library folder, and 2) the following is for the Alfred 2 app) Using sudo opensnoop | grep Alfred.alfredpreferences in terminal (if using this you'll need to provide your admin password), I see that ...
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