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Oct
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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
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awarded  Scholar
Oct
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comment Separate download of Photos App for Yosemite
Sorry about that added a check mark.
Oct
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accepted Separate download of Photos App for Yosemite
Sep
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awarded  Supporter
Sep
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comment Separate download of Photos App for Yosemite
Thanks for the answer :) That's what I thought. I'm not really sure why Apple would prevent people from downloading the Photos app from the App store if you already have Yosemite installed, but nonetheless.
Sep
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asked Separate download of Photos App for Yosemite
Sep
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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comment After trashing com.apple.safari in Mavericks is there something else I can try to reset Safari?
If you create a new user - then Safari does reset. So it seems like Mavericks does store the Safari settings somewhere in the user folder, but can't figure out where.
Jan
29
comment After trashing com.apple.safari in Mavericks is there something else I can try to reset Safari?
Thanks njboot but my question wasn't really about dealing with the malware, it was about how to reset Safari. The malware bit was just how I stumbled onto the behavior in the first place.
Jan
29
comment After trashing com.apple.safari in Mavericks is there something else I can try to reset Safari?
Yep - that doesn't "reset" Safari, so it's a bit misleading, it's more of a "clear data".
Jan
29
asked After trashing com.apple.safari in Mavericks is there something else I can try to reset Safari?
Oct
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comment AppleScript/Automator Workflow to restore OS X to “mint” condition
I have a recovery image, that's fine. I wanted to get it to a state where it's clean. So basically a solution (whether it be an app or simply a script) that would know which folders contain files outside of the "default" install and remove them.
Oct
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awarded  Student
Oct
9
comment AppleScript/Automator Workflow to restore OS X to “mint” condition
I basically want to create a "factory" image but with a predefined set of apps already installed. Typically I would just remove everything in Library –> Preferences folder but that doesn't seem to be a catch-all method.
Oct
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asked AppleScript/Automator Workflow to restore OS X to “mint” condition