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macbook pro – How to lower app notification volume

I have a new MacBook Pro running Big Sur. The sound effect for individual app notifications, such as Chrome or Slack, is much louder than other sounds on my machine and I would like a way to lower their volume without changing the system volume.

I have gone to System Preferences > Sound > Sound Effects and lowered Alert volume but it has no effect on these sounds. For example, if I move the ‘Alert volume’ slider all the way to the left to where I hear no sound at all from that panel, but leave the system volume around the middle, the notification sounds I get from, apps like Slack are still extremely loud. Any help would be much appreciated.

How to get CMMC LC compliance on a Macbook Pro?

Does anyone know what applications can be used to ensure CMMC LC level compliance for a Macbook Pro?

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magento2 – Magento 2.4.1 + MAMP Pro 6 with SSL – Can’t access admin

I’ve installed Magento 2.4.1 in MAMP Pro 6 and initially had SSL active in MAMP. The Luma landing page appeared fine but I couldn’t access the admin backend. It returned the 404 page.

I’ve unchecked SSL in MAMP and set web/secure/use_in_frontend = 0 and web/secure/use_in_adminhtml = 0 from their original value of 1 in the core_config_data table, and now I can get access to the admin.

I would like to set SSL in MAMP and still access the admin. I can’t find any answers to this. Can I just ignore SSL while it’s in local dev? Will it cause me problems when it’s in production with an SSL? I don’t understand why it doesn’t work and the recommended settings for this.

macbook pro – How to change USB scheme when making bootable Catalina installer

Background: Upgraded to Big Sur on 2020 MacPro (not the one with M1 chip), hate it, trying to revert to Catalina using a USB bootable installer (followed instructions given at the Apple website How to create a bootable installer for macOS)

When I try to install it using the external drive, I get this screen.
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So it seems that my USB has the wrong scheme (should be GUID). I go to Disk Utility and sure enough, it seems like it’s Master Boot Record as shown below.

As per the suggested screen, I try to Erase it, but whenever I try to do that, I get the error shown below.

I’m unsure about how to resolve this and I can’t seem to find someone who experienced the same error online. The USB is a brand-new 32GB SanDisk

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keyboard – Late 2011 Macbook Pro 13″ FGHJKL Keys Intermittently Working

My MacBook Pro, a late 2011 model running High Sierra has been giving me this issue where some keys – FGHJKL, aren’t working sporadically. Sometimes it works fine for a while but then after some time now it starts to behave more sporadic until it works none at all.

I’ve read a lot of posts on this issue, but none offered any real help. Some say it could be that since the battery is swollen (which it is) then that could be the root cause, so I let it run without the battery and it didn’t work fine without. Some say it could be a software issue, so I went ahead to resetting the SMC, PRAM, reinstalling the OS, clearing junk cache, and even clearing out some .plist files from the Library > Preferences folder.

My only remedy is to restart the computer where it works fine for a while. I’m also using karabiner to map combinations to the keys that don’t work.

I’ve been having this problem from late December up until now. However, it’s not the first time.
Last year around this time I had the same issue with it and I had to buy a new keyboard, but even so, the issue persisted. As time went by it went away until now. I’m not sure if Apple is screwing with my computer ( I’m getting pop-ups telling me I should upgrade the OS ) or this issue is legitimately either a software or hardware issue. I would like to know what I’m experiencing so I can act decisively. Any help is appreciated thanks.

Connecting USB-C iPad Pro to Xcode and USB Peripheral

I am trying to connect my third generation iPad Pro to my Mac through USB to communicate with Xcode (I am aware network debugging is an option but I am looking for a wired solution) while also having a MIDI device plugged into the iPad Pro. I have tried this with the Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter (A1621) but it appears that the USB-C port on the adapter is only for power delivery. Does anyone have any experience with other USB-C hubs that can do this or is this a limitation of the hardware of the iPad Pro?