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Go to Preferences → Network → Wi-Fi → Advanced → DNS and remove any previous DNS servers that were listed. Apple then automatically sets default ones or uses the ones provided by your network. I think the flush dscacheutil does not flush any old DNS name servers and inhibits Internet access.


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That setting is not working. This is Apple's Bug. I confirmed with Apple support. Latest watch os 1.0.1 still Buggy.


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I solved this problem by opening Disk Utility and selecting "Repair Disk Permissions" in OS X 10.9. I had used chown to change permissions and messed up my preference pane apparently.


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I updated my answer because all of it was wrong: You will want to use an applescript for your preference setups. Here is the code for some of them and screenshots of the actual plist so you get an idea of the options possible. IF this does not apply straight away, you might need to restart the computer. Don't forget to save applescript as an Application. ...


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If you cannot find an app/applet that does this, you might need to hack it yourself through Terminal. Take Bluetooth Trackpad for example: Run: defaults read com.apple.driver.AppleBluetoothMultitouch.trackpad I get: { Clicking = 0; DragLock = 0; Dragging = 0; TrackpadCornerSecondaryClick = 0; TrackpadFiveFingerPinchGesture = 2; ...


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There's not exactly an export function. You can find (most) preferences in the library. If you hold alt/option and select "Go To" in the Finder menu bar, you can open the user library. There's a folder named preferences which contains the corresponding files. Named like com.apple.xy.plist, where xy is 'dock' for example.


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The city that shows is the one at the top of the list in the World Clock watch app and the World Clock section in the Clock app on my iPhone (which can be set the iPhone app: click Edit and then drag).



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