macOS Catalina (10.15) has this feature:
Right click on a file or folder in iCloud, there are either:
"Download Now": Download the iCloud file
"Remove Download": Remove the file locally (keeps it in iCloud)
none of these will work. I tried pairing with windows or even older versions of macOS it shows with the original name you want to change. this is definitely related to hardware not related to software. by any chance did you buy this device from a friend or are you using a device you originally paired with your old computer ?
On my Mac (Catalina 10.15.3), it usually happens after authenticating with Apple Watch when editing Safari's stored Credit Cards and in some other cases that require an authentication.
In order to fix it, just run the command:
sudo killall -9 localAuthenticationRemoteService
This will restart the Authentication Remote Service, the one that causing the ...
To me, this other answer is no longer a viable solution on Catalina.
Specifically, /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/ToneLibrary.framework/Versions/A/Resources/Ringtones/ is now a read-only filesystem. So even with System Integrity Protection disabled, I can’t use these steps tocopy the custom ringtone to the indicated folder.
The newest version that is Apple supported for a 2009 MacBook Pro is OS X 10.11.6; however, there is a third-party patcher, macOS Sierra Patcher Tool for Unsupported Macs, by dosdude1 if you want to go that route.
If you want to go the dosdude1 route, you can get the InstallOS.dmg file for macOS Sierra from a link in How to upgrade to macOS Sierra, under ...
Another option to flush purgeable disk space is to manually create empty disk images, either from Disk Utility (with Cmd+N) or from the terminal, like this:
$ hdiutil create -size 25g empty.dmg
This command takes a few seconds, using the default image parameters.
As a note, we cannot create an image larger than the free ...
Check Keyboard Preferences - Shortcuts and modify them to match your habit. Also, I consider dragging a window to the top (opening Mission Control) and putting it on the target desktop seamlessly the simplest way.
(sorry I do it to ask questions. :D)
I suggest you upgrade to High Sierra. I'm using Pages, Numbers, and KeyNote and have very recent versions that work fine. Much of the new software will not run on systems earlier that High Sierra. The apps I've mention should be loaded when you do this upgrade.
Checked those steps with iWork 9 and unfortunately it is not working - received information that those apps were downloaded from different AppleID or were refunded. Gotta try other Mac running Catalina.
For macOS Catalina 10.15
Clicking on the app icon in Launchpad didn't pause the download until I turned off the Internet connection.
Turn wi-fi OFF/unplug the network cable
Click on the app icon in Launchpad (the download should get paused)
Turn wi-fi ON/plug in the network cable
Click on the app icon again (the download should continue)