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Starting with Xcode 11 beta 4, you can use the xcrun simctl command to set the time and battery in the Simulator. xcrun simctl status_bar <device> override --time "9:41" --batteryState charged --batteryLevel 100 See https://developer.apple.com/documentation/xcode_release_notes/xcode_11_beta_4_release_notes for more details.


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A nice app I found to stop this behavior is noTunes. It will run in the background and prevent iTunes from launching. It can be disabled in one click to make iTunes accessible again.


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I've looked into this question as well, and it appears that the "Data Added" attribute (kMDItemDateAdded) can be queried from mdls (but not xattr), but cannot be set. There is no option for it in the setattrlist function. The comments on this SO question go into a little (but not much) more detail. The "Date Added" value appears to be derived from some other ...


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I don't have a complete answer, but today, I started a decent stab at this issue using applescript. The following Applescript does roughly half the job. It reports all the windows of every application open on every desktop. The next step is to record all this in a file and then implement a script to redistribute the windows after reboot: --This ...


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If you open TextEdit app and under the TextEdit menu item select Preferences. From the preferences panel, click on the "Open and Save" tab at the top of the panel. There is a checkbox for how to display RTF files. Be sure this box is NOT checked. See image below.


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It sounds like you perhaps opened the doc as plain text instead of rtf. I think you can set it to open as rtf in the Text Edit Preferences.


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High temperature in a part of the chassis from charging together with peripherals plugged in can cause this issue, at least on a 2017 MBP. Simply moving the charging cable from the left to the right ports can be enough to cool the hotspot and resolve the problem. On a machine with MagSafe charging try unplugging peripherals from the left ports until the ...


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Create or edit the file: ~/Library/KeyBindings/DefaultKeyBinding.Dict (may need to create the folders as well) to contain the text: {"^v" = noop:;} You will then need to close and re-open the programs that you were have problems with.


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Optionally, you can increase and decrease font size for bash with, Command and the Plus (+) key Command and the Minus (-) key


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Always check out Apple Support https://support.apple.com/kb/dl1977?locale=en_US There is a link to a 10.10.5 compatible version of iTunes 12.8.2. You must click this link for the 10.10.5 compatible version. https://secure-appldnld.apple.com/itunes12/041-37721-20190206-950874F8-AAA0-4373-96E9-A995A9B354C7/iTunes12.8.1.dmg The 'Read before you install ...


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You could parse the output of displayplacer if needed for scripting. Execute displayplacer list and it will show the current resolution (and more info) for all screens. displayplacer list Screen ID: 1124216236 Type: 40 inch external screen Resolution: 3840x2160 Origin: (0,0) - main display Rotation: 0 Resolutions for rotation 0: mode 0: res=3840x2160x60 &...


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