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launchd has a feature called watchpaths which can run a .sh script or whatever you please when changes occur. depending on the security requirements of paths are you are looking to monitor and when you'd like it monitored (when logged in or always?); determines where you place the plist. ~/Library/LaunchAgents Per-user agents provided by the user. ...
Same situation here. Now my way is first let keyboard connect to the iMac and put it into TDM. Second , use VNC connect the iMac and turn off its bluetooth, so that my macbook can connect to the bluetooth keyboard. Also you can write a shell script to turn on/off the bluetooth. for now I didn't find any command or application can force the mac into TDM。 I ...
have you tried set key_status to (do shell script " defaults read & path_to_plist & \" PlistKey\" ") ?
Try this: tell application "System Events" tell process "Safari" get every button of every group of every UI element of every scroll area of every group of every group of every group of window "CHALCO.net" end tell end tell The location of the button should be in the result.
It seems you cannot stop the opening of Script Editor easily per https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6449168 So looks like you are better off with terminal-notifier which I just tested works even with mavericks beta: ProductName: Mac OS X ProductVersion: 10.10 BuildVersion: 14A299l https://github.com/alloy/terminal-notifier The 1st method to ...
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