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Method one: Find the iTunes folder on your Mac or Windows PC Mac: Choose Go > Home from the Finder menu bar. Double click the Music folder. Windows 7 and Windows 8: Navigate to \Users\username\My Music\iTunes. And the copy the whole folder to your external hard drive for saving. This method is somehow inconvenient, as you cannot enjoy the copied videos ...


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creat a new directory on your drive and then Open your iTunes, navigate to Preferences > Advanced > iTunes Media folder location.


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I solved the same problem of the same "service" workflows being run on differently configured machines by checking what happens when the terminal starts the shell and eventually adding the following snippet to the top of all my "Run Shell Script" actions: if [ -x /usr/libexec/path_helper ]; then eval `/usr/libexec/path_helper -s` fi if [ -f ...


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Yes it is. Here is what I came up with. It's late so it's a bit rough I'm afraid... download Pashua - a free tool for custom dialog boxes copy app and Pashua.scpt to Applications folder Paste following code and adjust to your liking. EDIT: Artwork code taken from this answer. # # Start of code # global f, a tell application "iTunes" tell ...


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If you don't have french voices yet: Go into "Dictation and Speech" preferences Click on the "Text to Speech" tab Click on the "System Voice" menu Select "Customize" Type "French" into the search field and check the voices you want to use. You can get a preview by clicking on them and pressing "play". Push "OK" and the languages will download... Slowly. ...


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Since you're logging out you can just delete the com.apple.dock.plist file in the script using the rm command and no need to use the killall and defaults commands. I just tested this with a logout script and it reset the Dock to the default Dock when logging back in. I used: rm "/Users/$USER/Library/Preferences/com.apple.dock.plist"


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In the comments, @MorganR wondered if the code that reads from the CSV file was including a strange character within $compName. One way to test for odd, perhaps non-printable characters is to use od. It has an obscure name (stands for "octal dump"), but it is useful. It shows the detail of each character in an input stream. I usually start by using -c ...



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