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March 31st, 2016

@CocoaKevin defaults write com.c-command.DropDMG MJTSoftwareUpdateCheckAtLaunch NO

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@CocoaKevin defaults write com.c-command.DropDMG QuitWhenDone YES

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@CocoaKevin Great. And then you invoked the command-line tool from a shell script build phase?

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@kcase @noelc @maj3d Also, it used to be possible to drag and drop on to contexts in the right pane.

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Microsoft Is Bringing the Bash Shell to Windows 10: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/03/3…

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Introducing Safari Technology Preview: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/03/3…

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@CocoaKevin Please do. If it ends up being useful, I’ll see if I can make it easier and write up some instructions.

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@CocoaKevin OK, I will investigate that. Probably can just enter the license info via the keys MJTOwnerName2 and MJTSerialNumber2.

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@CocoaKevin I haven’t done that. Are you able to edit that user’s defaults? Is the account able to launch apps?

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