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Storing parts of commands in variables and/or using eval is a good way to get weird parsing problems. I'd use a shell function instead: addDockApp() { defaults write com.apple.dock persistent-apps -array-add \ "<dict><key>tile-data</key><dict><key>file-data</key<dict><key>_CFURLString</key><...


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Actually there is. See the last item in System preferences -> Dock.


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You can achieve the first, lock it to a single display - though it will entail a change in working practice. System Prefs > Mission Control Uncheck "Displays have separate Spaces" Your Spaces/Desktops will then always move as a pair, locked together. Then use System prefs > Displays > Arrangement You can drag the menu bar representation to define your ...


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Right-click every broken icon and select Show in Finder. Fixed it for me while the other suggestions here did not work at all.


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It's called Handoff & is part of Continuity, enabling seamless working between all your devices. As far as its underlying structure, Continuity uses Bluetooth, WiFi & internet connectivity, all linked via your iCloud account. Handoff itself requires Bluetooth, so works at short distance only. Turn Handoff on or off Note: If you don’t see a ...


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I am using 10.14.6 also, and have noticed no issues with the dock on my computer, except I just use Auto-Hide for the dock so it disappears until I need it. Whenever I move the mouse to either screen the dock pops up -- but this might because there is still only one visible instance of the dock. But I noticed something similar to what you describe on a ...


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On macOS Mojave This command show all the processors defaults write com.apple.activitymonitor IconType 5 This command show only one composite graph defaults write com.apple.activitymonitor IconType 4 The "all processor graph" doesn't work on MacBook and MBPro The "composite graph" doesn't work on the old Pro desktops


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I recommend using dockutil for this. You can either download and install this directly from github, or you can install it using Homebrew with the command brew install dockutil Once installed, you can use a command like this to remove an app from the dock dockutil --remove 'Microsoft Excel'


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I recommend using dockutil for this. You can either download and install this directly from github, or you can install it using Homebrew with the command brew install dockutil Once installed, you can use a command like this to add an app with spaces in the path dockutil --add '/Users/mac/Downloads/Yahoo News, Send & Weather2/YahooWeather.app'


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That's the "handoff" feature. You can turn it off at: Settings > General > Handoff. When you turn it off, that device can't send or receive handoffs. A little bit more info. You could also use a different iCloud account on your phone/iPad if you wanted handoff to work between a Mac and one device but not both iOS devices, but more than one iCloud is ...


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