Os x menu bar clock not updating
# Menu bar: show remaining battery time (on pre-10.8); hide percentage defaults write com.apple.menuextra.battery Show Percent -string "NO" defaults write com.apple.menuextra.battery Show Time -string "YES" # Menu bar: hide the useless Menu bar icons (only battery and clock) defaults write com.apple.systemuiserver menu Extras -array "/System/Library/Core Services/Menu Extras/Battery.menu" "/System/Library/Core Services/Menu Extras/Clock.menu" /usr/libexec/Plist Buddy -c "Set : Desktop View Settings: Icon View Settings:show Item Info false" ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.finder.plist /usr/libexec/Plist Buddy -c "Set : FK_Standard View Settings: Icon View Settings:show Item Info false" ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.finder.plist /usr/libexec/Plist Buddy -c "Set : Standard View Settings: Icon View Settings:show Item Info false" ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.finder.plist So, regarding the menu bar items, I dragged the Bluetooth and Time Machine icons out while holding the CMD key, turned off the Wifi, volume, and fast user switching icons. The ORIGINAL code I can confirm was not working on Mavericks, however adding .* to the filename doesn't fix the issue. $ defaults write ~/Library/Preferences/By Host/com.apple.systemuiserver.* dont Auto Load -array \ "/System/Library/Core Services/Menu Extras/Time Machine.menu" \ "/System/Library/Core Services/Menu Extras/Volume.menu" \ "/System/Library/Core Services/Menu Extras/User.menu" \ "/System/Library/Core Services/Menu Extras/Bluetooth.menu" $ killall System UIServer $ sudo mkdir /System/Library/Core Services/Menu\ Extras/invisible $ sudo mv /System/Library/Core Services/Menu\ Extras/Time /System/Library/Core Services/Menu\ Extras//System/Library/Core Services/Menu\ Extras//System/Library/Core Services/Menu\ Extras//System/Library/Core Services/Menu\ Extras/invisible $ killall System UIServer I am so confused by these changes and so far I've wasted 2 hours looking into it.Or to programmatically open the Date & Time system preferences?PS: Thanks to the first answer for pointing out "killall System UIServer" but in addition to bizarre problem I'm having with that, it seems to be too slow.
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