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How to get rid for good of forced "Upgrade to Catalina" notification in Mojave

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This is a one-(double) click implementation of Rob Griffiths' "Remove the macOS Catalina guilt trip from macOS Mojave" over at his awesome macOS repertoire "The Robservatory". Just hit Install, input your password, hit ENTER/ RETURN, and that should be it.


I added 'RunAtLoad' to the property list so it runs immediately during install, and on account log-in.


The launch agent runs on a per user basis.


If you still get a Upgrade to Catalina notification with Rob's "every day at 6am, noon, and 6pm" settings: I also supplied 4, 5 and 6 hrs scripts in the InstallerData folder. Simply copy the desired launch agent one level higher and run 'Install' again.


A uninstaller is included, too.


How does it run for you?


Let's keep dwelling in Hayikwiir Mat'aar :)

v.1.0 2019-11-30

No More Upgrade to Catalina Notification v.1.0 2019-11-30.zip

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@ all : is this 100% working for you? I still have the darn notifications regularly after wake from sleep!! Looks as if sleepwatcher + a launcher is required ..


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