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Rebuilding your index should fix this. You can do it typing this command at the terminal: sudo mdutil -i on /Volumes/Macintosh_HD Replace Macintosh_HD with your hard drive name.


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If Parallels is in the suggestions below, scroll down and select it. Do it a couple of times and it will become the top result eventually. App launching is adaptive.


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You could have a hardware problem with your network card. When there is no wifi hardware installen/found on the mac, I would go to an apple store or authorised service provider to have this problem fixed. When your mac is still in warrenty, it normally is free to repair. When it is out of warranty I would first call Apple care to see if they will repair as ...


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In OS X 10.10 someone has made a spotlight plugin which has unofficially reversed engineered the API necessary to add new search engines. i.e. google. The project is called flashlight. It comes out of the box with a lot of plugins, including google. To use it, you start spotlight and enter g yosemite, for example, which does a google search for "yosemite" ...


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As of today there is no way to move/resize the spotlight window or to rollback to the previous spotlight (as seen on older OSXs) I would suggest giving a feedback to Apple about this.


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What are you trying to accomplish? Finder.app is hidden. If you wish to quickly open finder, command-tab is easy. If that's your goal, some of these suggestions may be helpful. Personally I use finder windows accessed via command-tab. I dragged my Downloads directory into the sidebar (it should be there already). So: command-tab to finder, click Downloads ...


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Because Finder is located inside /System/Library. (Specifically, at /System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app.) Everything inside any of the Library folders is considered a "system file", and not normally visible. Interestingly, Yosemite seems to have made an exception for /System/Library/CoreServices, treating it more like an applications folder than a ...


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I noticed that too, and did the following to "solve the problem" (it's not a problem for some people though :P ): In System Preferences, open Spotlight. In Search Results tab, disable Spotlight Suggestions, Bookmarks & History, Other and Bing Web Searches. Then restart. You can try disabling one by one to see exactly which option caused the problem (I ...


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Appart from @shrx correct answer there is a second issue with Yosemite's new Spotlight feature: On my system I was able to enable Wikipedia and Web content by aligning my system's region and language settings. Source: http://www.reddit.com/r/apple/comments/2joxlh/os_x_yosemite_1010_bug_thread/cldpzkh


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Assuming you are running Yosemite... Open a Finder window and navigate to the parent folder that contains all of these files. Hit CMD and F to convert it to a Spotlight search window. Select your folder as the search target in the bar just under the toolbar (in the screenshot below I've selected "Downloads"). Unless you changed the setting in the Advanced ...


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This should work if you substitute the size and hash for FILE_001 into the command. 198452 bytes is the file size I used and the file md5 hash is 3915dc84b4f464d0d550113287c8273b find . -type f -size 198452c -exec md5 -r {} \; | grep -o "3915dc84b4f464d0d550113287c8273b\ \(.*\)" | awk '{print $2}' The output will be a list of files with path names ...



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