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When I was in California with a defective iPad purchased in London, the San Luis Obispo Apple store swapped it out for a replacement with no problem. It just had the standard warranty, not Applecare. But I seem to recall that they said they couldn't have done the same for an iPhone, because the UK and US models are actually different -- different ...
call apple, they tend to do it on a case by case basis for full phone replacements. That being said if it is just the sleep button, in countries like canada you can just walk into any apple store and they do it for you, maybe try walking into a store, i would be shocked if the recall was not available in canada and not london
[edit after more research] You can use Applescript to turn on and off the dock's autohide. You can't use Applescript to determine whether you have open/visible windows. This is because Applescript treats each application as an object, and some applications handle windows differently, meaning they can't all be manipulated or detected. I haven't even been ...
I've switched to running the services all the time instead of using foreman and I haven't really had any problems with battery life. I've also installed LaunchRocket which makes it easier to actually manage those services from the Settings.app. I'm very comfortable in the command line however this just makes it super easy to start or stop the services. ...
Build your actions as a Service (This is type of document you choose when you create a new automator workflow). Relevant services should show up in the contextual menu under "Services" though you may need to turn them on under the "Shortcuts" tab of the Keyboard System preference pane (why there? I don't know).
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