@bthdonohue Understood. Can you recommend an alternative that works via the query string (not a bookmarklet or in-app service)?
@morrick Yeah, weird things happen when upgrading. I've seen a bunch of cases where 10.11 actually added duplicate mail accounts…
@morrick Not strictly necessary, but highly recommended.
@chucker Thanks! What are your thoughts on "word-break: break-all" vs. "word-wrap: break-word"?
@drdrang Really hard place to reach. It was better before Safari View Controller when I could just swipe back.
@_toddmc Safari Reader is fine, but it’s solving a different problem. It doesn't work in third-party apps and doesn't affect saved pages.
Updated the iOS 9 keyboard post: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/09/1…
@landonfuller I was using /usr/bin/make to run a tool, so perhaps that explains it. Even DYLD_PRINT* vars were ignored (not passed down).
Not sure exactly what changed in 10.11, but DYLD_FALLBACK_FRAMEWORK_PATH is no longer being inherited by children the same way as before.
@leebennett Oops, I misread it. You are right that you have to change the default to get the old behavior back.
@leebennett This was actually enabled for me by default.
4th morning in a row where FogBugz is unusably slow or failing with errors. Turning off Ocelot helps, though.
@rosyna Yes, sad to see that it's still using Spotlight for smart mailboxes.
Enabling and disabling various Mail accounts seems to have gotten it to load the messages.
iCloud calendars down for the second time today. :(
@rosyna Isn’t the migration finished when the dialogue goes away?
@hanlon_chris Reported the AppleScript bug back in June (21464974) but haven't heard anything since.
@hanlon_chris Normally, EF should warn you if Mail is busy downloading messages, but the safety check often fails on 10.11 due to a Mail bug
@hanlon_chris Because you couldn't see the messages to select them?