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There are ventilation slots on the sides of that Macbook Pro 16 model. Here's the 3D model view:


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With the help of a launch daemon you can clear this folder each time you reboot your computer. Create a file in your home directory called local.rm.coresymbolicationd.plist using the editor of your choice with the following contents: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/...


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Sadly I don't think you can invoke this behavior and this is not the solution you are asking for, though as I imagine you are using a keyboard (apple?) you could always use the hotkeys to lock your laptop and screen. Option–Command–Power / Option–Command–Media Eject: Put Mac to sleep Control–Shift–Power / Control–Shift–Media Eject : Put display(s) to sleep ...


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First Unlock the lock. You can then press the + button, on the finder window which will open you locate the path/executable of the app you wish to add, and add it. Picture below


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There is nothing in the one-liner which limits by days. If you want to see all visited pages, remove the trailing \ | head -n 30 (which currently cuts off the output after 30 lines). If you still don't see more than two days, check the history settings in Safari.


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For my 2019 16" MBP I ended up with this: $fn = 40; module RoundRect(w, d, h2, r) { h = h2/2; translate([r, +r-d/2, 0]) minkowski() { cylinder(r=r, h=h); cube([w-2*r, d-2*r, h]); } } //RoundRect(10, 11, 1, 2); module Cover() { w = 242; d = 11; h = 1; h1 = 0.5; xside = 6; xinner = 2; xdiff = (w - xside) / 12; mirror([0, 0, 1]...


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