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I just had this same issue (device shows up in Bluetooth menu bar but not in System Preferences pane) on OS X 10.10.1 after replacing my iPhone, but I found another way to remove the old device, without editing or deleting the plist file. Many system menu bar icons support advanced menus if you hold the Option key when you click them (for example, choosing ...


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You need a proper .icns file to do this. iConvert Icons has the best converter around: http://iconverticons.com/online/


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Get into on your icon file. Select the icon, copy it, paste it over onto the webloc file as you're doing. Basically, don't paste the file onto the icon, copy the icon of the icon.


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Check out Fasticns - drop your artwork onto it. Copy as Image from the Edit menu then paste it into your file's Get Info spot as you have tried already. (FastIcns is free)


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It turns out that an OS X plugin called cDock was the issue and was causing the crash, since removing it from the plugins folder in Application support the apps open fine now. Thanks.


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Since Mountain Lion, OS X is also caching preferences, what I personally think is an bad idea. :) It's like "Oh we made the Library folder visible again since Lion, let's make another hurdle against over-intelligent users deleting files and configuring on their own so we do not need to support their problems and to protect us!"-idea. :) Back to topic. :) ...


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To get the values for AppleHighlightColor try the following: Pick your desired color Get that color's RGB values Take each value and divide it by 255 Put them into the string in order R G B So, the color: Red: 255 => 255/255 = 1 Green: 152 => 152/255 = 0.5960784314 Blue: 89 => 89/255 = 0.3490196078 would end up as: defaults write NSGlobalDomain ...


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I found the answer in iTerm FAQs :: Where does iTerm2 store its settings?: defaults delete com.googlecode.iterm2



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