Read somewhere that to get (temporarily) the resizing bar, you drag one of the split windows by the title to the other side of the monitor. The bar will remain for a while. Resize, and if needed, switch back the windows. It has been working for me on an external LG monitor in Mojave.
Because of the certificate issue Apple faced, which overnight obsoleted all the previous macOS installers, they have re-released several of these, with new certificates.
Apple KB - If an installer says it can't be verified or was signed with a certificate that has expired
This contains links to further KBs for each of the 6 most recent ...
It's definitely not a dead-pixel issue. I've determined it's probably a software bug introduced in Mojave and still present in Catalina. I'm not able to screenshot the glitch in most cases (the glitch will typically immediately disappear), but I have managed to capture it on a couple of videos and screenshots.
The fact that it can be captured in software ...
I have the same issue:
The google calendar stuff is nonsense. The notification settings suggestion doesn't work.
I've narrowed it down to the following:
I normally hit the red cross button on the viewer window once I have finished looking at my mail, this closes open viewer windows but leaves the mail app active in the dock:
So if I have mail running, ...
You can also use the much more straightforward command:
to remove the 4-character requirement for all users. The man page gives other useful examples if you want to change the policy on a per-user basis.
This keystroke toggles between show & hide the hidden files:
Cmd ⌘ Shift ⇧ . (that’s a FULL STOP, period character)
Press again to toggle back and forth.
When you reboot your Mac, the hidden files will be hidden. Press the keystroke again to show.
In Terminal.app, paste:
defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -...
Edit As pointed by many others (@nitive's comment below) there is a much easier way to fix this and it is killall Dock. Kudos to @nitive
Original long, boring, and not so efficient answer
LOL right after posting it, I found the answer
Fist: open the Dock config (plist):
Second: Find the item in persistent-...
Found a solution!
If you get a similar problem like this one:
The solution is to visit the following URL directly from Safari:
You should be able to connect immediately.
For some reason, Mojave is not redirecting or opening that page properly, hence the error.
Optionally, learn a bit of the regular expression language - regex (this may take a while) and you can use the one crafted below for a 4 character length password. Here’s how to retrieve the configuration, edit that file, and then load it into the system:
pwpolicy getaccountpolicies > ~/Desktop/file.plist
Delete the first line, ...
Terminal runs the Unix shell, (bash, zsh, and others) which is obviously a command line scripting environment, which can execute complex scripts, particularly file processing.
Python 2.7 comes bundled with MacOS, and always has done. Future?.
Ruby, Perl are also included.
.m4a files created by Voice Memos can be found at
Inside that folder is an .m4a file of the actual recording, prefaced with a string of numbers. The file is not saved with the name you give the memo in the interface, unfortunately.
The Voice Memos interface allows you to send the audio ...
In previous versions of the beta this was not possible. But in the latest release (as of 9/15/18) it is possible to use direct links to open the download page.
This links can be found on Apple's How To Download pages.
Here are the direct links for a some of them:
All other OS can be purchased from Apple directly ...
I just had a similar issue and resolved it by:
going to System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy.
Click the "lock" icon to make changes.
Scroll down the list on the left-hand side and select "Full Disk Access"
Click the "+" icon on the right and select the Terminal app (or in
my case iTerm)
You'll now be prompted to close the app if it's ...
The first thing I would try is changing the security and privacy settings in System Preferences. You can do this as follows:
Go to Apple > System Preferences…
Click on Security & Privacy
Select the Privacy tab at top right
In the lefthand pane select the Accessibility option
At bottom left of the window make sure the padlock is unlocked (if not, select ...
In Mojave, the address bar has different shades of gray/black depending on whether you're in private mode or not.
In light mode it's light gray for not private, and a dark gray for private mode.
In dark mode it's black for private, a fairly medium gray for not private.
To disable Dark Mode for MS Office only, you need to run a terminal command for each of the MS Office apps in question.
For example, if you wish to disable dark mode in MS Excel, follow these steps:
Quit Excel if it’s running
Launch Terminal (usually found in the Applications/Utilities folder)
Enter (or copy and paste) the following command: defaults write ...
How Mojave responds when an application tries to access this sensitive information; will it alert the user, block unsigned apps or what?
When an application attempts to access restricted directory the user will be prompted with a dialog box explaining the following information:
What the application is trying to access
Option to Allow or to ...
I filed a bug report with Apple and this seems to finally be fixed now in Mojave 10.14.4 (18E226).
To fix, update your OS to the latest version. Then reboot into recovery (CMD-R) and run disk first aid.
It should show one or more error: directory valence check: directory (oid 0x123456): nchildren (1) does not match drec count (0) and / or error: ...
I've fixed it! You'll have to edit the dune HEIC picture though. If you're willing, follow these steps:
1) Go To: /Library/Desktop Pictures/
2) Find the file called "Mojave.heic"
3) Save a copy as a backup somewhere else
4) Select the picture you want to have instead
5) Edit image values (DPI, size, etc.) to fit
6) Rename this edited picture as Mojave....
A combination of the answers in here + killing all QuickLook-related processes fixed it for me. I have been experiencing this ever since the Mojave update. No reboot required.
qlmanage -r commands always got stuck for me, too.
Fix TL;DR version:
Delete DropboxQL.qlgenerator from ~/Library/QuickLook (Credit to suntrop)
Is there any other new shortcut for zooming an image to actual size in Quick Look on the latest version of macOS Mojave?
In the public release of macOS Mojave 10.14, Command + 0 keyboard sequence appears to achieve the desired function.
To zoom back out again use the keyboard shortcut Command + 9.
You can use Command+ and Command- to Zoom in and Zoom Out, ...
defaults write -g NSRequiresAquaSystemAppearance -bool Yes
Then logout or restart. Then go to the system preferences and select dark mode. It will make top bar and dock dark while everything else in light mode.
To revert it back:
defaults write -g NSRequiresAquaSystemAppearance -bool No
EDIT: Please also have a look on the answers bellow, they ...
Open the Terminal application
Type or paste
defaults write -g CGFontRenderingFontSmoothingDisabled -bool NO
Press ↩︎ (Enter)
Restart the computer
To return it back, do the same but instead type in the terminal
defaults write -g CGFontRenderingFontSmoothingDisabled -bool YES
Update on 2019.10.12: the solution works in macOS 10.15 too.
Update on 2019.12....
This appears to be a bug in MacOS Mojave's VNC implementation. Thankfully, I have found a workaround.
In the settings app, select Sharing. Then select "Screen Sharing" on the left and click on the "Computer Settings..." button.
In the dialog that pops up, check "Anyone may request permission to control screen" and un-check "VNC viewers may control screen ...
Has this been removed in the redesign?
The dedicated Purchases tab present in the older design of the Mac App Store has been moved under the Accounts tab (accessible by clicking on the user's display picture towards bottom left). The new Mac App Store no longer shows the currently downloaded and total size numbers for app installation in progress.