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Display Notification Center Alerts from command line and AppleScripts
Authored by: pwburnett on Sep 06, '12 04:41:03AM

Is there a way to force the notification to stay on screen until you manually close it much like how a Reminder Notification stays on screen?



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Display Notification Center Alerts from command line and AppleScripts
Authored by: gopes on Sep 08, '12 09:04:23AM

You can make them sticky, but with a caveat: *any* workflow you use in this manner will have sticky notifications. Go to System Preferences > Notifications after you've used the command line tool for the first time and you'll see "Automator Runner" in the list. Change the settings here.



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