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Your processor automatically throttles itself when it gets too hot, OS X automatically sets the fan speeds appropriate, and in the off-chance your computer gets too hot, it will automatically shut off. You don't need to worry about a modern computer getting "over-worked".


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You must put the script in the "/Users/yourName/Library/Application Support/TextWrangler/Scripts" folder After that: Open the preferences of the TextWrangler Select "Menus & ShortCuts" --> "Scripts" --> "your script" to add your shortcut to the script TextWrangler accept the (cmd + enter) keys as shortcut


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This is a new feature in macOS Sierra. It allows you to put Desktop and Documents folder in iCloud Drive so you can access it in all of your Mac connected to that account and even iOS devices. You can disable it by pressing Apple Menu -> About this Mac, then go to storage and click Manage under Macintosh HD( or the name of your macOS partition) then in the ...


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While I'm not sure what the reason is (maybe a beta glitch or temporary decision), you should be able to work around it by using the Go To Folder command in the Finder and entering ~/Documents. Then drag it to the Favorites sidebar and you can always access it from there.


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Remote/delete the downloaded file Download it again, it should get a .zip extension Double-click the downloaded file to unpack it In Terminal, run cd ~/Downloads chmod +x Install_MySQL_5.6.25.command ./Install_MySQL_5.6.25.command


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In order to use an AppleScript script in TextWrangler's Script menu, it (or a link to it) must be in TextWrangler's Script folder located at, ~/Library/Application Support/TextWrangler/Scripts in order for it to appear on the menu. Note: The "~" in that path is your Home Folder and the Library folder may not be visible. You can open it from TextWrangler's ...


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It sounds like you have a single " or ' somewhere in your command line arguments. Maybe something like this: echo It's a nice day The command line is waiting for the matching " or '. That's what the > means. You can fix this by quoting the entire argument with the other kind of quote: echo "It's a nice day" Or escaping the offending character with \ ...


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First of all the casper-2.1-release.tar.gz file would not extract successfully for me using the normal default OS X way and I tried three other and different methods. I was able to extract the contents however I had to set the casper file to executable after the extraction with the one method that successfully extracted all files. The other normal and ...


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I found this thread when I thought I had lost iSSH but found a copy in an old backup. The version I have is 5.7.1 and examining the time-stamps of the ipa it appears the version was created 13-Oct-2013. Is this the final version of the app? The reason I ask is that I am seeing crashes when I try to run it from iOS 9.



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