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Command-Control-T is used to add files/folders to Favorites Sidebar in Finder. May be you should try some other shortcut.
Sometimes I've also noticed that behaviour when running script, it's odd. Although most times it doesn't happen when not running script through Script Editor. However, here is a better alternative: tell application "System Events" # Adding tell application block has no effect on the if condition # Try it with TextEdit, that's what I using to try ...
Open and re-save your services in Automator. This will update them to work with Yosemite, and also warn you of any incompatibilities with the actions you're using in the services. As a side note, this definitely should be something you're notified about when trying to run an old service, but at least you don't need to re-create new duplicate services.
Optional Voices in OS X OS X includes support for numerous languages, take a look at the Other Languages section of Speaking with a French accent – OS X say. The optional voices include alternative English speakers: To discover the full list of voices and associated languages: Open System Preferences.app Select Dictation & Speech Select ...
Read Me a Book Tell Me A Story TextSpeech Pro for Mac OS X And you can write own program: Use speak Use own voice, but so hard because need voice for all words and need some tones :)
I hit this problem just now. The following got cntlm going for me. sudo launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/homebrew.mxcl.cntlm.plist sudo launchctl load /Library/LaunchDaemons/homebrew.mxcl.cntlm.plist This is only a workaround, I'm afraid (at least for me). The problem recurs on every reboot.
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