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I found the settings file by using the terminal command opensnoop to monitor all files accessed by any programm and found that the file that stores the underscan setting is here: /var/db/.com.apple.iokit.graphics


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I don't know - but I do use the free EasyFind (by DevonTech) that will search everything on your machine, every aspect of search.


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Applescripts aren't just plain text files. That's likely why this isn't working. Open Script Editor in your /Applications/Utilities folder, create a new document, and paste your applescript code into there. Save it as a regular .scpt file, and then you should be able to launch that from terminal using the osascript command you mentioned.


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If you go to System preferences -- Accessibility-- Speakable items In settings turn on speakable items, and you can provide a keyword. After saying the keyword you can say commands.


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You can use the following script to show the idle seconds ticking up, from Inactivity and Idle Time on OS X: #!/usr/bin/env perl my $idle_seconds_command = 'echo $((`ioreg -c IOHIDSystem | sed -e \'/HIDIdleTime/ !{ d\' -e \'t\' -e \'}\' -e \'s/.* = //g\' -e \'q\'` / 1000000000))'; print "Counting seconds of inactivity... Command + Period (.) to quit\n\n"; ...



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