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There's no way in iOS that would send a notification if you start using mobile data rather than Wi-Fi. However, you can either disable mobile-data entirely; disable Wi-Fi assist, which is a feature baked into iOS that lets the phone switch automatically to mobile data if the Wi-Fi signal is weak; or disable mobile data on a per app basis. If you are ...


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I have not found a way for AppleScript to do this, but shell scripting has been effective for some people to get at the full database or log of past notifications. Does the OS X log notifications from the Notification Center? The format is an sqlite database, and it can be found inside this folder: ~/Library/Application Support/NotificationCenter Assuming ...


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It looks like Apple no longer thinks of Reminders as just notifications. No matter what pmset settings I have tried, pmset -g log shows entries like this 2020-07-27 14:39:12 -0700 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Software Sleep pid=533':TCPKeepAlive=active Using AC (Charge:100%) 2020-07-27 14:39:17 -0700 Wake Requests [...


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I'm using POP3 and found that clicking 'Remove now' in Preferences, Accounts cleared this up for me (suspect there was a corrupted message on the server).


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The easiest solution that includes this silencing of texts is the standard do not disturb while driving. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208090 I also generally don’t want text messages to ring so I often just set their alert to be no sound, ever. The third option isn’t automatic, but I often do days with my entire phone in do not disturb. If I see a ...


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Closing all notification (alert/banner) Similar to the answer by markhunte in that a bit of AppleScript is used, but the implementation is vastly improved. Namely, unlike the script by markhunte, closes also banner notifications, doesn't crash when a notification doesn't have a close button, works even when notification center is open, works with ...


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Concerning closing all alert notification via a keyboard shortcut, you have the options listed below available. Both use a bit of AppleScript to close the alert notifications by automatically pressing "Close" on each notification until there are no more notification available. The script has been extensively tested and should cover all edge cases ...


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