I don't believe @oa-'s answer is correct.
I am running Catalina (10.15.2) and was able to get a slightly modified method to what is mentioned in the link from OP working just fine.
First, you need to specify -int before the number of seconds parameter:
defaults write com.apple.notificationcenterui bannerTime -int 2
Otherwise, it's written as a string ...
This issue appeared with macOS Catalina for me, and only if I have the Mail app open without an internet connection.
Going to Mail->Window->Connection Doctor->ShowDetail, it looks like there's an infinite loop running, which tries to connect to the mail server.
The only temporal solutions are to either disable the account which is causing trouble (via ...
I will share my method. It is hard (thanks Apple for ignoring us on this!) but it works.
I'm assuming you are not using a "referenced library" as noted elsewhere here, but are importing all images into the Photos library. I might switch to a referenced library actually. But for now, this is how I do it.
In a non-referenced imported image library, note ...
This works for me in MacOS Catalina 10.15.2:
Open a new Finder window;
Resize the window to the size you want (however don't move the window to your desired location yet);
To lock the location and size:
start by pressing the Command ⌘ and Alt / Option keys together and drag the window to your desired location;
release your mouse button first then release ...
Just pointing out that the latest driver (from April 2014) for the UD-H01 (same for A-H01) still works fine for me with MacOS 10.14.6 on a Macbook Pro from 2015.
It's important to follow TEAC's install guide (updated 2018), i.e. don't forget to enable the kernel extension after the system reboot.
Since the CoreAudio driver of MacOS works "somewhat" (for me ...
The bug, which apparently affected 10.10 (Yosemite) and 10.11 (El Capitan) only, has been fixed in Google Chrome 79.0.3945.88.
The changelog doesn't mention it though.
So download the latest installer, install it, remove any method to block Google updates¹ and be happy again with a working Google Chrome browser.
¹: I disabled access of ksfetch/Google ...
I'm not sure if you've tried this, but the more important one is the volume you have routed to soundflower. To achieve a similar volume coming out of your speakers and still getting a louder recording, you'll have to lower the output volume and raise soundflower's volume.
Also, I'm not sure about you but soundflowerbed works all right for me.