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Open System Preferences Go to General > Accessibility > Assistive Touch Turn assistive touch on Then, an icon that looks like: Will pop up somewhere on you screen. Tap it. Then: Tap device Tap more and finally tap shake Hope that helps!
There are two ways: Search the App Store to see if there are any apps that do this (see Google Search) Write an App that does it (see StackOverflow)
I had a similar problem. In my case, my version of Xcode beta stop working after updating to OS X 10.10 developer preview 6. To solve this, I had to download the latest version of Xcode on the portal (Xcode beta 6). So, I think you're suppose to use Xcode beta with the same OS X beta. It's might be complicated, but you should install OS X 10.10 developer ...
Here's a copy of /usr/bin/as from OS X 10.9.4. With regard to how you'd actually get it back, you might be able to extract it from the install media if you have it or by reinstalling the OS. See How can I get back a system file after deleting it from my Mac?
XCode Command Line Tools can be downloaded directly from the Apple Developer site here as pointed out by this stackoverflow answer. You could also just run my XCode CLT install/bootstrap script if you're looking for a quick automated solution.
The little text snippet application they are using is called DemoMonkey. It's actually a sample code project on developer.apple.com from 2010.
Look for a button in the bottom-left corner of the canvas where you are building your views. Click that and the Document Outline should open.
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