It took me much longer for me to solve this than it should have. After restarting mDNSResolver dozens of times as recommended on other threads:
sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder
I finally tried something else. I disabled Wi-Fi and deleted all of my preferred networks. Then I reestablished the Wi-Fi connection and everything worked okay:
Apple menu -> System ...
I found one tricks for proximity type reminders.
I was looking for the way to find which proximity reminder triggered a shortcuts.
If a reminder is a due date type, it’s pretty easy. Shortcuts filter offers complete or due date sort fiction and selecting the latest completion reminder is the one who triggered a shortcuts.
But if a proximity type ...
I'm using the app SelfControl (actually on macOS mojave 10.14.4) for quite a while now and figured to check how SelfControl does it's entries...
they look like this:
based on this I changed everything to my localhost, so
Have been having the same problem and have just made some progress:
I went to Calendar Preferences -> Accounts tab -> and set Refresh Calendars to Manually. My calendars then immediately appeared (but no events).
I selected View -> Refresh Calendars. Events started appearing.
I've now set it back to refresh automatically and we'll see if the problem is ...
"What's going on here?," Indeed.
I can't guess, it could be a damaged disk or disk structure, permissions issue, yadda yadda yadda...
But there are a few things you can try. Note these suggestions are going to be kind of generic due to the nature of the problem and because you didn't include your Mac model in the question. It would be best if you added ...
I use BetterTouchTool in two ways.
First, I defined an action that right clicking the maximize button will maximise windows rather than trigger fullscreen mode. Of course, you can set your own action or key combination instead or even override the green button entirely.
Second, I use Window Snapping, which basically imitates the functionality in ...
You should be able to repair you existing partition so you can boot to OS X. The steps are given below. Here, I assume you were using Yosemite or some other version of OS X that installs to a "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)" formatted volume. Also, I assume encryption was not being used.
Note: The examples were made using a disk image while booted to High ...