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jherran's answer helps you with disabling Spotlight indexing, but does not address the part of the question about toggling automatically when AC power is connected or disconnected. You could use sudo mdutil -i off / and sudo mdutil -i on / in conjunction with a listener for when AC power is disconnected. Using something like ControlPlane will satisfy your ...
You might check out Google Quick Search Box. From their description: Quick Search Box is an open source search box that allows you to search data on your computer and across the web. With Quick Search Box you can search for information from just about anywhere. You can then perform actions on the search results, such as launching applications, ...
Open Safari, open preferences > search > Make sure your search engine is set to Google. Also, make sure to include Spotlight Suggestions. This should do the trick. I have attached my settings, which allow me to use Google with Spotlight. If you need more help, comment and I'll be interested to help! My settings:
I made a shell script. This will print any file that has a different codec. Set the directory and extension to look for. #!/bin/zsh directory=~/Music extension=m4a codec=aac find $directory -type f -name "*.$extension" -print0 | while read -d $'\0' file do file_codec="$(ffprobe -v quiet -show_streams -print_format json $file | jq ...
Unfortunately, I don't think anyone has discovered a way to move it back other than to downgrade your OS. I do not understand your second question!
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