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For multi-monitor setups the tool I wrote, displayplacer, does this. Configure your screens how you like, drag the "white bar" to your primary screen in the macOS system settings, and then execute displayplacer list. It will output the command to run to put your screens in their current configuration. The screen with origin:(0,0) is the main display with ...


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Sometimes things unexpectedly happen and won't occur again. The alert on your iPhone was probably related to iMessage communicating with Apple's servers after the restart in an odd way and not something to worry about if it happened right at that time. A box appears asking if I want to open the applications that were open before the computer restarted ...


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One possible solution is not to get rid of the menu completely, but actually keep the menu always on (it's not that big), and just get rid of the Dock instead, by doing the following trick. Go to terminal and type: defaults write com.apple.dock tilesize -int 1 killall Dock This will make your Dock small. The press ⌘ ⌥ D to hide dock. Idea stolen from ...


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You can use Bartender.app to manage your menu bar items. It's a paid app with a free test period. https://www.macbartender.com/


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Dozer is another app to do so that is completely free, unlike Bartender or Vanilla.


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I use BetterTouchTool in two ways. First, I defined an action that right clicking the maximize button will maximise windows rather than trigger fullscreen mode. Of course, you can set your own action or key combination instead or even override the green button entirely. Second, I use Window Snapping, which basically imitates the functionality in ...


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No. Unless the developer of the app has programmed it to show in Menu bar, it is not possible to do so. There's no tool which can do this for you.


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