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The usual reason for using a .pkg is that the app requires support files in specific file locations. An installer package will only allow the option of user-domain installation if the developer has expressly set and catered for that option. With the latest security features in Catalina (and Mojave to a lesser extent), I would suggest that the difference ...


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In a nutshell, it seems you need an overview of how to do this. All macos versions from the App Store have a built in utility section where you can open terminal and run createosinstaller script to make a bootable USB installer from the downloaded installer app. Most do not require an AppleID in the App Store, but you might have to set that up as well. You’...


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The open command will open it no matter where the person has it installed (you don’t have to put an app in /Applications on macOS). open -a iTerm.app You could search using spotlight as well mdfind "kMDItemCFBundleIdentifier == com.googlecode.iterm2"


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To add some approaches not covered in @LangLangC's answer: Using Homebrew you can run brew cask install lisanet-gimp to get a version of GIMP with some parts of the resynthesizer ready to go, including the most important Filters > Enhance > Heal selection. This suffers from the same problem as the lisanet offerings in @LangLangC's answer: it is out of ...


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Resetting your MacBook Pro to factory settings each year definitely should not be necessary. I do not personally experience any performance problems or functionality problems even though I haven't "reset" in a decade (i.e. I migrate my existing system over when I buy new hardware). If you do chose to factory reset, which I wouldn't recommend, you would need ...


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There are at least two places where iTerm.app might be found, either in the /Applications/ folder (99% of the time) or the user’s own $HOME/Applications/ folder (very rare, but possible). You can check to see if it is in either of those places like so: if [ ! -d '/Applications/iTerm.app' -a ! -d "$HOME/Applications/iTerm.app" ] then echo 'iTerm is not ...


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brew uninstall --ignore-dependencies python3 Then: brew install python3 and done: python3


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