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You could also use Language Switcher (free), an app which allows you to "use your apps in different languages at the same time". It will give you a list of apps and let you choose in which language you want it be started. I use it all the time to make english screenshots for Stack Exchange.


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You don't have to change System language to launch an app in different one. You can do for example this: /Applications/Maps.app/Contents/MacOS/Maps -AppleLanguages '(de)' This will launch Maps.app with german language set. Here are the other options: Is it possible to launch a program in a specific language?


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In addition to Ruby, here's a Python version: #!/usr/bin/env python import Cocoa import sys Cocoa.NSWorkspace.sharedWorkspace().setIcon_forFile_options_(Cocoa.NSImage.alloc().initWithContentsOfFile_(sys.argv[1].decode('utf-8')), sys.argv[2].decode('utf-8'), 0) or sys.exit("Unable to set file icon") ./set-image.py image.png myfile Python that ...


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Actually, you don`t have to run any app with spotlight or anything, the best way in my opinion is to: Create new Service in Automator Drag: "Run Apple script In the "Service recieves selected": choose no input paste this code from answer above: tell application "System Preferences" reveal anchor "keyboardTab" of pane "com.apple.preference.keyboard" end ...


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This can by done by involving some command-line foo: set btStatus to do shell script "/usr/local/bin/blueutil power" set enStatus to do shell script "ifconfig en0 | grep 'status' | cut -d ':' -f 2 | tr -d ' '" if btStatus = "1" then set bluetoothEnabled to true log "Bluetooth is enabled" else if btStatus = "0" then set bluetoothEnabled to false ...



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