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My personal experience is that Yosemite ignores your screen saver settings... it adheres to them for a little while then simply does whatever it wants. It's a new nuisance bug in Yosemite... not a fatal issue, but just frustrating. For example, you can't really turn it off. Well, not for more than a day or two, when it decides to turn itself back on. And, ...


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I was able to find the following: $defaults -currentHost write com.apple.screensaver idleTime n Where n is number of seconds before screensaver starts (0 = never) This is exactly what I was looking for. reference: http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20080207030932483


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OK, I got it solved. I first mounted the disk with the image files from it's new, permanent location on the server. Then I opened iPhoto and slowly, image by image opened them. The bulk of them opened with no problem from the new location. A fair number, 100 or so out of 10,000, had lost their connection to the actual file. Most of these I was able to ...



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