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Nov
10
comment Setting environment variables for scripts run by launchd?
This doesn't work. Works fine if I run the script manually (as it does with the /etc/launchd.conf file), but when initiated from launchd (the script is set to run every 5 minutes) it doesn't work.
Nov
10
comment Setting environment variables for scripts run by launchd?
@markhunte it doesn't stop entirely, it's just that the first condition always is true so it prints the warning, never reaches the else, and then proceeds with the rest of the script (omitted here for simplicity).
Sep
29
comment Grey bar appearing over full screen apps on external monitor
@jash Jacob, it's there even when that app/screen is in use.
Mar
31
comment Grey bar appearing over full screen apps on external monitor
That's the source aspect ratio. If I stretch it it would fill the black and not the grey. I will upload some more examples tonight.
Mar
31
comment Grey bar appearing over full screen apps on external monitor
This is VLC playing a DVD or mpeg file. Chrome will do this with and without video content.
Mar
31
comment Grey bar appearing over full screen apps on external monitor
Correct. Never on the laptop display.
Mar
31
comment Grey bar appearing over full screen apps on external monitor
Not that I'm aware of, do you have an example? The only time I can remember seeing anything related is the translucent menu bar option in the wallpaper settings and the result is the same with that option on and off.
Jan
4
comment Reinstalling from Time Machine, what changes?
File associations is probably not the term for it. I meant that there is some kind of broken files, perhaps at the disk level, that was causing issues. Your answer did give some insight into how TM works and it seems that reinstalling worked for me.
Jan
3
comment Reinstalling from Time Machine, what changes?
Not sure. I am having issues that lead me to try to boot into Safe Mode, which I cannot do and some Googling leads me to believe that this could be the result of some kind of file/disk corruption.