Hey guys, I've never posted here, so bear with me. Last night I updated to 10.11.1 from Yosemite. Everything is fine, but I noticed that there have been some changes related to file permissions, and it's affecting me in a unique way. In the past I've always used Terminal to hide many of the built in Apple apps, especially those that don't actually need to be visible to function (Dashboard, Launchpad, etc). Using "sudo chflags hidden" and then dragging whatever app into the Terminal window has always worked. Until El Capitan. My purpose with this has always been to trim the visual fat, to hide things that I never plan on clicking in order to speed up my workflow, while maintaining the function and availability of those apps if I need them. Now, CERTAIN apps will hide, like iBooks, but most of the core apps will not, like Automator or Dashboard. I get the error message "Operation not permitted." Anyone have any tips on how to "unlock" these apps? Is it even going to be possible anymore?