I tried reinstalling KeePass, but get the same results. Someone on the forum said Mac users should update to 2.23, but from the download page, it seems that 2.23 is either for Windows, or for the portable version.
I'm still having problems. I have reinstalled the latest version of Mono, and reinstalled xQuartz. I then reinstalled Keepass2.0 for Mac.I downloaded the Portable 2.23 version, extracted the KeePass.exe file, and dragged it over the KeePass.exe file in the installed version of KeePass2.0. The file was replaced.
Rube Goldberg idea:Although this would be a pain and could cause potential sync problems, here is a thought. Since the failure appears to be related to adding a trigger, would it work for me to not add any trigger to sync the database to dropbox. Instead, I could make changes in KeePass on the mac, save password information on the Mac version of the database, and when I am done for the day, copy the updated version of the .kdbx over the version in the dropbox? When I get home, I would have to force a save (which syncs) on my PC version of KeePass2 to bring the updated version of the database file in from DropBox.
The first step is to download the free Disk Drill application from our website. It requires Mac OS X 10.8.5 or later. After downloading, find the "diskdrill.dmg" file in your Downloads folder and double-click on it. Drag the Disk Drill icon to your Applications folder when prompted.
Perhaps the single action that has the most impact on data recovery is to stop using the device as soon as data loss is suspected. Continuing to use a disk or partition risks overwriting the data you want to restore. This includes downloading the recovery software to a different device than the one you are attempting to recover.
Clearing the download history does not delete the downloaded files from your computer. Deleting the history only deletes a record of the files you downloaded. Follow the steps above to delete the actual files from your Mac.
You can even organize the pictures or files by putting them into separate folders. On the desktop website, in the upper right hand corner, you can press the button that has a blue folder with a green plus sign in the middle to create a new folder. Then to move files into there, you can right-click on the picture you want, press move and choose which folder to put it in. Right-clicking also gives you options such as sharing a link specifically to the picture, downloading it, deleting, renaming it, move, copy, or viewing previous versions of that file.
For each friend you refer who signs up, your storage size increases by 500 MB (.5 GB). The other methods to get free Dropbox space involve using dropbox.com on a computer. When you first log in on the computer, it brings you to the Getting Started page. By doing five out of the seven steps listed, you get an additional 250 MB. Those steps involve:
Connect all your clouds to MultCloud and you'll find it so easy to access and manage multiple cloud storage files with a single login. Easily upload, download, copy/cut, paste, preview and rename your online files just like in Windows Explorer. And as a free cloud file manager to integrate multiple cloud drives, you actually have the way to "expand" your free cloud storage.
The new Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks brings many exciting new features, of which the most attractive one to me is the independent iBooks application. With it we can finally read iBooks on Mac computers. But it is the iBooks application that makes many people want to downgrade to Mac OS X 10.8.5, saying the iBooks application is totally a mess.
And when you want to drag a downloaded local EPUB or PDF books into iTunes, it just bounces back and nothing changes. What's worse, you cannot find a sync button on the new iBooks for Mac application, either. In another word, we are unable to sync downloaded local EPUB and PDF books to our iPad, or other iOS devices.
I am not saying cracking iTunes or iBooks for Mac. To transfer or sync downloaded local EPUB and PDF eBooks to iPad, we have many other choices, and here I will introduce the most capable and simplest way - Calibre Content Server.
Hello,I didn't got replies from the DTedit author, so I post the link to the OSX version I've compiled today of his brilliant software.Some tweaking was necessary, so we must give a try and return some feedback.On my systems, win and mac, dtedit was not working. I've added a sysex identifying request after any Control Change message sent, and this works for me. I will try to compile the same code for Win32 very soon.Let me know!Flavio RoncoTorino, Italy.Download DTeditOSX.dmgfile size: 22 MB::UPDATE: I've updated the package, there was a wrong set of library files included. Please re-download it and give a try.
I just downloaded and ran this application on my old mid 2007 iMac with El Cap latest update. It responds both directions (change in app or change on DT) except for the master volume (changing the DT changes the app but not the other way around). I also tried creating an amp report but it just locks up and I have to force stop the application. Anyone else have these issues?
We performed our speed test using a 1GB test file, at an uploading speed of 6 Mbps and a downloading speed of 32 Mbps. At these speeds, the expected time for uploads is 23 minutes and 40 seconds, and the time for downloads should be four and a half minutes. Keep reading to see how Sync.com and Dropbox do in our speed test.
I am just a beginner and on Trial Ver. 3.2. I tried the tutorials and Help but am having problems getting the hang of it. I downloaded PDF Manual for Ver 1.4.1 and it is good for me but there are many changes in Ver 3.2. Is there another PDF Manual online for a later version? When could one expect an Online Manual for Ver. 3.2. Thanks for any help.
The big issue I've run into is having to download the Xcode command line tools. For the time being, I can stash the DMG in my Dropbox or some sort of privately accessible cloud storage. I was wondering, however: is there a way to download these tools from Apple in a scriptable fashion? The main obstacle seems to be logging into Apple's Developer site. If I could download the DMG from Apple in a way that only required me to type in my ID and password from the command line, that would be great (or even better, download it without a password).
Apple now includes the xcode-select binary in OS X itself, so you have a one line solution that presents a graphical authorization window and then downloads and installs the current version of the tools.
Mortis Ghost created an official web page for OFF at an unknown date (possibly around the same time the OFF translations were created). The website is entirely in French and has not yet been translated. The website itself contained info about the game. This also includes different images created by Mortis Ghost, OFF Downloads (in multiple languages), sketches, wallpapers, sheet music, a solution page (also in French) and a peculiar folder named "DossierSG", which is a lengthy review created by someone named "ShadowGate". It is twelve pages long and has yet to be translated. As of 2021, all downloadable content from that site can be found under the games section of the Unproductive Fun Time site.
This will download a 158.1 MB image file called javadeveloper_for_os_x_2012006__11m3909.dmg onto your system which in turn contains a software package called JavaDeveloper.pkg. After installing this, I finally found a Java 6 JDK on my system!
Cloud services like Google Play Music, Dropbox, and Amazon Music also enable you to transfer music from Mac to iPhone by syncing. These cloud-based music streaming services help sync your data across your devices and allow you to listen to songs without downloading and thus save your iPhone storage. Of course, you can also download music to your iPhone to listen to it offline.
In addition to moving music from Mac to iPhone, there are other ways for you to put music on your iPhone. You can download music on your iPhone directly from the iTunes Store or subscribe to Apple Music. You can also transfer music from one iPhone to another to enrich your iPhone music library. For more details, refer to the guide on downloading music onto iPhone.
In a friend's Mac, download the desired OS installer (High Sierra in my case for my MacBook Pro Late 2011 - google "How to Download a Full macOS High Sierra Installer App") and create the bootable USB, HDD or even SSD with Disk Creator (2 steps very friendly freeware tool - google "disk creator").
If you have access to a second Mac you should be able to create a bootable OS installer following the guide and OS download I posted above. Make sure you format the USB thumb drive to GUID Journaled file system before you start.
I'm getting this same error, i tried formatting my macbook pro mid 2010 and after that i can't download the mac os, i'm now stuck in the mac os x utilities and i can't even use my laptop now. I already tried changing the date but still its not working. Do u guys know how to fix it?
Also don't have an answer but I have got a completely wiped iMac late 2011 trying to install Lion (or just any OS for that matter!). Read through all the comments, tried the date/time fix in Terminal but no year between 2009 to now makes any difference, same error- cant download additional components needed to install Mac OS". And if connecting to WIFI overrides the date/time fix then how are you supposed to install the OS? Connecting to Safari via MAC Utilities and downloading it doesn't work either because you download the dmg file but because theres no OS, theres nothing to then open the dmg file?!?! Help!
For example, on a Macbook 2012, the factory OS shipped with the Macbook is MacOS Lion version, if you press [command]+[R], it will attempt to re-download the "Lion" version, which is not available and it will fail to download. In stead, with [command]+[option]+[R], it will download macOS High Sierra. 2b1af7f3a8