This person is also on Mojave, had similar problems, and seems to have tried all debugging steps I can think of. I suggest you follow those as well.
Surprisingly updating Xcode helped him remedy (not solve) the issue:
To update Xcode, open your Terminal and enter xcode-select --install. You may have to delete the old version of Xcode before installing ...
Although this sounds more like a software issue, I don't think it is impossible that you are dealing with issues related to signal interference. The 2.4 GHz frequency that Bluetooth uses is rather crowded and most notably WiFi can be on the same band and cause issues.
I suggest to test your Wifi first. Press alt and click on the WiFi symbol. If under "...
This shouldn't make a difference since you're talking about an Apple Magic Mouse 2 and not a 3rd party Bluetooth mouse, but one thing I have seen that does work in some cases is to make sure the mouse is the first Bluetooth device paired to your computer.
To do this you will need to reset both the macOS Bluetooth Device List and Bluetooth Controller. ...
I also suggest better to upgrade and mostly it might fix your issue. Kindly use the following keyboard combination as per your requirements.
Basically, as per Apple Guidance:
Command (⌘)-R Install the latest macOS that was installed on your Mac.
Option-⌘-R Upgrade to the latest macOS that is compatible with your Mac.
Shift-Option-⌘-R Install the macOS ...
The problem was fixed years ago, but has returned to all Word, Excel and PowerPoint 2019 version 16.29.0 (19090802) for Mac released yesterday: they only show "File - Open Recent - More" and not any recent item there! Somebody knows how to fix it or is this an Office bug?
HDMI 2.0 4K60Hz might use chroma subsampling (YCbCr422 10bpc)
You can force RGB by overriding the EDID (limits you to 8bpc)
DisplayPort 1.2 is preferred because it has slightly more bandwidth ...
The first column displays the PID of the job if it is running. The second column displays the last exit status of the job.
If the number in this column is negative, it represents the negative of the signal which stopped the job. Thus, "-15" would indicate that the job was terminated with SIGTERM.
Those can be either Unix Signals and/or BSD Signals.
(I know the phone hotspot didn't work for you, but it worked for me, so I'm posting it as an answer for others' benefit.)
Background: Macs need to connect to the internet when installing macOS, even if you have a USB bootable installer. It needs to download info from apple.com. The problem is that it doesn't work when behind a proxy.
The workaround is to ...
In addition, there is no benefit to using a bootable USB or local recovery partition over just using internet recovery unless you already have the installer downloaded or a bootable Mac spare and handy.
- https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201314 - About macOS Recovery
In Mojave you have two kinds of screensavers:
The abstract ones (these are the ones you already found: /System/Library/Screen Savers)
The slideshows: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Slideshows.framework/Versions/A/Resources/Content/Styles
Old question, still an issue to this day in OSX Mojave 10.14.5
I have found the best solution possible, although it is a couple steps just to do it.
Still useful for shortcut files you use frequently on your desktop / folders
Open AppleScript Editor (Script Editor)
Copy / Paste the following into the editor:
tell application "Google Chrome"