In my occasion all the shortcuts had the question marks on it, so I didn't have a use of CTRL+Click (and it didn't work). However as @user310633 mentioned, the Kill command as below worked.
defaults write com.apple.dock ResetLaunchPad -bool true && killall Dock
PS: Sorry I had too create a new comment to add my experience as my reputation score on ...
I found another way to accomplish this in newer versions of macOS (e.g. Mojave and Catalina) that doesn't require turning on "Reduce Transparency" and therefore losing all of the other transparency effects in macOS.
The idea is to make a customized background image that fills your display and has white pixels underneath the exact area that the menu bar ...
I haven't heard about such incompatible firmware updates.
I have dual-booted 10.14 (Mojave) and 10.11 (El Capitan) on the 2013 Retina MacBook Pro, which is almost the same configuration - and that worked without problems as far as I recall.
Here are the visualizers that I know about.
fyi: Free version of Parallels for individual use:
Free version, if still available, will only work with the most current version of macOS.
With VMware ...
I've been messing with autofs on OSX and run into this error occasionally.
Try the following commands (the suggestion came from this blog)
launchctl stop com.apple.automountd
launchctl stop com.apple.autofsd
launchctl start com.apple.autofsd
launchctl start com.apple.automountd
sudo automount -vc
I think it happens once you modify the computer, as in change the HDD to an SSD and then use time machine to get all your data back. My iCloud preferences pane was not opening, my messages and FaceTime were frozen as well.
I had created a new admin account, signed out of my old iCloud folders and basically started afresh with a new user account and viola, ...
On macOS Mojave
This command show all the processors
defaults write com.apple.activitymonitor IconType 5
This command show only one composite graph
defaults write com.apple.activitymonitor IconType 4
The "all processor graph" doesn't work on MacBook and MBPro
The "composite graph" doesn't work on the old Pro desktops