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Jan
31
answered Stop Image Capture from opening when a new device is connected
Jan
31
comment Stop Image Capture from opening when a new device is connected
I wanted to downvote this because it doesn't answer the question. However, I'm afraid it's impossible to disable the opening of Image Capture for all devices. The only way which seems to work is to set the pref. for every single device or memory card as described here.
Dec
18
revised How can I trigger a Notification Center notification from an AppleScript or shell script?
Also mention display notification and it's quoting pitfal
Dec
18
awarded  Necromancer
Dec
18
awarded  Yearling
Dec
12
comment How can I trigger a Notification Center notification from an AppleScript or shell script?
Note that the text has to be in double quotes. Single quotes don't work. So if you need a variable in the text, you cannot write "display ... '$mytext' ...", but need escaped double quotes: "display notification \"$mytext\" ...".
Dec
4
comment Copy to external HDD fails if copy dialog is in background
The Paragon upgrade also fixed it for me
Nov
11
answered USB 3.0 Card on a 2008 Mac Pro running Yosemite 10.10
Sep
25
revised How do you run a script after a network interface comes up?
Add 2 files to watch
Sep
17
awarded  Revival
Apr
24
awarded  Student
Apr
11
comment When using Finder to copy a specific file, the copy is a zero byte file
@user34... : yes: copying the copy is fine. But the original can not be copied with Finder, even though it's exactly the same file, in the same folder.
Apr
11
revised When using Finder to copy a specific file, the copy is a zero byte file
update with more tests
Apr
11
comment When using Finder to copy a specific file, the copy is a zero byte file
@IconDaemon: Yes, other files copy fine (including big files); Yes, space is fine; No, other ways to copy or duplicate in Finder don't work, whether to the same or to another disk.
Apr
11
asked When using Finder to copy a specific file, the copy is a zero byte file
Jun
21
answered standalone upgrade from older version to current version osx
Jun
21
comment How to create pkg which installs files to /usr/local
Thanks, but I know all this, and could write a shell script which does everything needed. I edited the question to make it more clear.
Jun
21
revised How to create pkg which installs files to /usr/local
more clarification
Jun
21
comment How to create pkg which installs files to /usr/local
I hoped the installer would create the directories if needed, but it doesn't even let me specify them.
Jun
21
revised How to create pkg which installs files to /usr/local
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