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Oct
24
comment App folder ownership/group change is not being applied
I just tested that sequence of commands (on a new empty folder I created called 'myapp.app'), and the ownership did actually change for me. I see from your prompt that myapp.app is in a folder called 'deployment'. I wonder if that folder is in a filesystem that isn't the usual HFS+?
Oct
24
comment Is alarm vibration suddenly broken in iOS 7?
Hi Collin... has iOS 7.0.3 improved the situation at all?
Oct
24
reviewed No Action Needed LDAP Network Account Logins in Mavericks
Oct
24
reviewed Reviewed How to resume a Mavericks download on OS X 10.6?
Oct
24
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reviewed No Action Needed Time Machine: “Enter Time Machine” menu command does not do anything
Oct
24
reviewed No Action Needed Change to QuickTime player in Mavericks?
Oct
24
reviewed No Action Needed How to stop the iPhone from vibrating for just the alarm?
Oct
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reviewed No Action Needed Buy SSD With OS X 10.9 Pre-Installed?
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reviewed No Action Needed UI controls in Firefox, Opera, etc. are broken, old-fashioned or blurry (Retina)
Oct
24
reviewed No Action Needed Write in NTFS using Mavericks
Oct
22
revised When directly unzipping a file attachment in Apple Mail, where does it go?
Trying to improve formatting of the path: the underscores were an attempt to create italics, but they weren't working, so replaced with square brackets...
Oct
21
answered When directly unzipping a file attachment in Apple Mail, where does it go?
Oct
21
comment Is alarm vibration suddenly broken in iOS 7?
One possibility I can think of that could cause this issue to appear on multiple phones, independent of iOS updates: do they all use the same iCloud account? Clock.app doesn't in theory use iCloud, so this idea is ridiculous really, but it's one thing I can think of that might be common to all your phones...
Oct
21
comment Is alarm vibration suddenly broken in iOS 7?
Thanks for the details. I can't reproduce this, I'm afraid. Here's what I did: iPhone 4S running 7.0.2. Created new alarm, with the following settings. Time: in a min or two; Repeat: Never; Label: Alarm; Sound: a custom ringtone sound I have on the phone already (this isn't silent, though); Snooze: on. In Settings > Sounds, I have Vibrate on Ring: on; Vibrate on Silent: on. In Settings > Do Not Disturb, Manual: off; Scheduled: off. Ringer switch (on the side above the volume controls) is set to silent. When the alarm went off, I heard the custom sound, and the phone vibrated.
Oct
21
comment Is alarm vibration suddenly broken in iOS 7?
3) I think Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings would be worth a try: I'm hoping this would remove Clock.app's preferences. But... only do this if you are comfortable with data loss: unfortunately I don't know what else this resets (Apple's PDF iPhone manual just unhelpfully says "All your preferences and settings are reset").
Oct
21
comment Is alarm vibration suddenly broken in iOS 7?
How strange! A few ideas... 1) Does the phone vibrator hardware still work (eg when you receive a call)? 2) You say this happened without having performed an iOS update, but I see you mention 7.0.2, which is fairly recent. Can you confirm the iOS 7.0.2 update didn't break vibration for you, at least initially?