Mar 09, 2018 To remove an app from your Dock, you can click, hold, and drag its icon up off the Dock and then let go, which will result in it disappearing in a nice little “poof” animation. Alternatively, you can right-click (or Control-click) on the app’s icon and select Options Remove from Dock in the menu. I hate having to pay to solve my tech-related problems, and will always rather tweak or tamper by hand whenever it's possible, free and fast (for example right-clicking and showing package contents, using a free app, etc). But in the case of Mac OS X / iOS Notes, it's just too risky and complicated for me to do it through terminal, SQL database. Jan 15, 2019 On my system, I had installed Python various times from DMG installers on python.org. When I switched to Homebrew Python, I wanted to get rid of all the extra Python installs. This is how I did it.
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I finally did it. I successfully installed
Homebrew on my Maclaptop with
For those of you that still might be trying to figure outhow to do this, I will walk you through.
The reason why I was eager to make sure that I had the latest versioninstalled was because I am working on publishing (open-source) teaching-related
Read The Docs, and I need to have
Pythoninstalled in order to be able to install the programsnecessary to
2.7.17 version of
Python was retired this past
January 2020. I had tried back then to replace it with
Python 3+, but was unsuccessful at the time. The following is what I did today:
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First I updated
Homebrew. Yes, I used
Homebrew to (re)install
Python. It’s really easy. It’s just a matter of putting the pieces of the puzzle together correctly!
I ran the
Homebrew. Then I ran the
Python. Then I ran
To see which version of
Mac laptop was recognizing. It still recognized only
Python 2.7.17. So I ran the following
It told me the
path to my newly installed
Python 3.7.7. I had to change the
Python in order for my
Mac to recognize the newly installed version. This is what the command
brew info python returned to me in Terminal:
So I had to add the following at the bottom of my
.zshrc file to update the
path to my newly installed version of
Then I made sure to quit
Terminal and go back in so that the
path would actually be updated in a new
Terminal window instance.
Then I checked what
Python was recognized now with
And this is what was returned:
Success! It’s as easy as that.
And BTW, if you don’t know how to access your
.zshrc file in
Catalina, you simply execute the following
And your file will open in a new window. Then you can paste
At the bottom of the file.
I will be embedding this episode of Plugging in The Holes along with a transcript in the form of a post on interglobalmedianetwork.com for your hearing and reading pleasure. Bye for now!
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