As mentioned (very briefly) in Apple's guide on how to Prepare your institution for iOS 12 or macOS Mojave, the CSUIDisable32BitWarning property key can be used to disable the 32bit warning alert.
This can be done in either of the following two ways:
In the terminal
According to this page, the warnings can be disabled by entering the following command in ...
That's the "new email" sound for Spark, Readdle's Mac mail client. A rather unique characteristic of Spark is that it will continue to send you notifications—audio and all—even when the app is not open. Even if you haven't seen any visible notifications, it's entirely possible that you've configured your Notifications preferences to hide them, but still play ...
Copy the sound file to ~/Library/Sounds, which is in your Home folder not /System/Library/Sounds in the root of the Macintosh HD. The sound file will then show in System Preferences > Sounds > Sound Effects for you to select as the alert sound.
Note: To expose the Library folder within your Home folder, click Finder > Go > press the option key and select ...
You were on the right lines, but the wrong location…
System sounds are in /System/Library/Sounds/ it's only user sounds in ~/Library/Sounds
Replace the Basso.aiff in there with your custom version [bearing in mind this will replace Basso in any other system alert that uses it too]
It will be the same for Calendar alerts - except there you can define ...
Start Activity Monitor (from Launchpad/Other or via Spotlight).
Find iTunes in the list and close it. If it's not there then find iTunes Helper and close that.
The names are present in the Process Name column, closing the processes is possible via the X button situated around the top left corner (of course not the red one, which closes the Activity Monitor ...
Do Not Disturb effectively silences almost all notifications while you aren’t actively using your phone. You can set it so your phone won’t ring or buzz when you receive phone calls, new text messages, new email, or new invitations from annoying “friends” who want to challenge you to a game of Candy Crush or whatever.
This alert does not show up unless you have opted in to iCloud calendars that include that alert.
You are most likely subscribed to a US holidays calender. Open Calenders, then click "Calenders" just above the home button. Select that calender using the "i" button on the right and you will be able to turn off alerts for events originating from that ...
Settings → Notifications → Messages → Repeat Alerts and set it to Never.
For what it's worth, the default setting of repeat once means that an unread message notification will alert twice unless a subsequent message arrives or you read the message, the latter of which can be from the lock screen. This only applies to messages, not other alerts/events, and ...
I've come up with my own answers for this in case anyone comes across this question.
1) No, you do not have to enable Apple Push notifications.
2 & 3) You can configure them to go through your ISP's SMTP gateway with the following steps (for 10.7.x and 10.8.x).
Go to Server.app
Check "Relay outgound mail through ISP"
Click edit to the right of ...
In the Notification Centre settings, you can have an app only play sounds but not show any notifications, or show anything on the lock screen.
Take a look through the list for entries that only show Sound as the notification options, and turn off the sound option.
The file you are looking for (on El Capitan) is located in: /System/Library/Components/CoreAudio.component/Contents/SharedSupport/SystemSounds/system/
Specifically, the file is burn complete.aif (or burn failed.aif, they're identical).
Older versions of OS X (unknown when it changed) have it at (source):
Put the contacts you want to allow to call you when you are sleeping to a group an give that group a name.
Then: Settings > Do not Disturb > Allow Calls From > select group of contacts that you created.
Additionally you may select to allow repeated calls (if someone will call you second time within 3 minutes - you will hear it) and choose Scheduled if you ...
“The Communications Act of 1934 established the authority for the President to use certain private sector communications systems for priority communications, such as sending alert and warning messages to the public, during national emergencies,” FEMA wrote. “The Warning, Alert, and Response Network (WARN) Act of 2006 prompted the Federal Communications ...
Turns out that I hadn't selected an alert sound yet in System Preferences. Once I chose an alert sound, all three of the above methods produced audible system beeps, in additiona
To enable audio alerts, I chose an alert sound from the Sound tab of the System Preferences:
I chose "Sosumi" out of nostalgia for my IIci days.
Alternatively, this can be set ...
On a Mac running a current OS, this is how you would go about adding multiple alerts for one event.
Double-click your event
Click the date/time of the event
Click the 'Alert' field and select when you would like your first alert
to happen (notice that there is a 'custom' field)
Now that you've selected a time period for your first alert, if you
hover over ...
Short answer is no.
You can have Ask to join networks turned on to be notified (as you've already noticed) or off to not be notified at all. There's no intermediary position on a stock, non-jailbroken device.
Sorry, but there are very few things you can do:
Force restart safari and hope it doesn't re-open this page.
Try disabling Wi-Fi and keep pressing enter.
Also, I believe the latest Safari updates contain a fix for this type of malware.
When your Apple Watch is connected to your phone notifications do not light up or make sound on your iPhone: this is unnecessary because you are getting the notification on your watch, so a phone vibrate/sound would be superfluous given that the notification is on your wrist. Thus, the issue is not with your iPhone (as it is not supposed to vibrate when it ...
Maybe you have set a "time to leave" notification, if you have put an exact location for the event. It tells you at which time you should leave, to get at your appointment on time.
To disable it: Preferences > Alerts > Uncheck Time to Leave.
There will be different notifications using the same sound.
Swipe down from the top of the screen to see a list of notifications and see which one it was, then go into Settings => Notifications to turn them off!
Go to Calendar preferences and select alerts. Select None on All Day Events like in the image below. You have to do it for every Account defined (iCloud in the example image, but can be Gmail, On my Mac, Whatever...).