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Java Preferences missing after latest OS X Java update

While the Preferences utility is missing, this may be a simple oversight on Apple's part.

By Oct. 17, 2012

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About the OS X ByHost preferences directory

Most preferences in OS X are stored directly in the user's Preferences folder; however, within this folder is a directory called ByHost that contains other commonly used preferences.

By Feb. 9, 2012

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Customize OS X system preferences (tip)

In OS X Lion Apple has added a new option for customizing the system preferences, allowing you to conveniently show or hide individual preference panes.

By Jan. 31, 2012

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Troubleshooting case: Tackling stubborn Mail preferences

When application settings do not stick in OS X, it's easy to just remove the preferences file; however, sometimes it's useful to investigate the problem a little before doing this.

By Nov. 19, 2011

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Magic Mouse preferences not showing in OS X

Apple's Magic Mouse has special system settings for managing its multitouch input surface; however, sometimes these system settings don't load properly.

By May. 20, 2011

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System Preferences not opening properly

Several users have experienced an issue where System Preferences will not open properly or freeze when opening in Snow Leopard.

By Dec. 9, 2009

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Preferences, not mandates, for open source

Government policies that express preferences for open source can help fuel adoption, but government mandates arguably achieve the opposite.

By Oct. 14, 2009

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Multiple copies of the same .plist name in preferences folders

Applications in OS X save preferences to property list (.plist) files in various preferences folders; however, sometimes multiple copies of a specific plist file may accumulate in the same folder.

By Feb. 16, 2011

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System Preferences Access

System Preferences Access

By Oct. 30, 2002

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'Do not localize' corruption in Displays system preferences

One relatively rare problem in Snow Leopard a few people have experienced is a corruption in the Displays system preferences that results in a "do not localize" message listed in the resolution list.

By Dec. 10, 2010