It’s good to have these commands here as a reference, but it’s annoying when running `.osx` on multiple computers in the same network.
Sadly, this doesn’t work anymore in OS X 10.9. Closes #270.
In order to properly overwrite the `key` of a `domain`, `defaults` needs to be provided with a valid `value` for the `key`: `defaults write <domain> <key> <value>` Closes #350.
These commands don’t have any effect anymore in OS X 10.9. Closes #327.
As of OS X 10.9 this is necessary to make sure the changes persist. Closes #330.
These commands only work on outdated versions of OS X. Ref. #305.
`killall Dashboard` doesn’t actually do anything. To apply the changes for Dashboard, `killall Dock` is enough as Dock is Dashboard’s parent process. Closes #277.
Commented out, as I actually use these keys. Closes #265.
Thanks to Christophe Platteeuw via Twitter: https://twitter.com/cplatteeuw/status/393465401310318592
They only applied to iTunes 10 and older anyway.