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@wklj All three have had their problems. Probably best not to pick just one.

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@smorr I'm doing both. Just interesting that when I first looked into this years ago I didn't think I would even do a full backup to AWS.

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@klacoste Last time I renewed it was $10/month for a family plan. A few years ago I think it was even less.

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Time to renew CrashPlan. With the new family pricing, it now seems to be a lot more expensive than Arq/Glacier unless you have tons of data.

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Also seeing an Xcode bug where it fails to copy the MainMenu.nib unless I clean the build folder.

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Again seeing the weird behavior where NSObjects passed into Core Foundation APIs cause EXC_BAD_ACCESS, but only when running unit tests.

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@kevinwalzer And, needless to say, the documentation doesn't say that these functions don't work in the sandbox.

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@kevinwalzer Yeah, I don't understand why the common perception seems to be that the sandbox is loosening with time.

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Subscribed to a new calendar. It shows up on Mac and iPhone but not at icloud.com/calendar.

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@monkeyfakts Though haven’t seen that particular problem on Yosemite. Please send a report: c-command.com/eaglefiler/hel…

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@monkeyfakts Yep. Almost done with an update.

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New version of SpamSieve added an exception handler around NSFileHandle. Now every day I get error reports from customers with full drives.

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@danielpunkass Same process. The value is a bridged Python dictionary. It seems to work if I use an NSDictionary.

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Trying to figure out a bug on Yosemite that seems to boil down to not getting back from NSUserDefaults the value that I just set.

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@mhenders Meaning the keyboard shortcut doesn't do anything? Have you tried other key combos, e.g. with Control-Command?

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@olebegemann Yeah, I'm tempted to use my iPhone camera for shots in the woods, even though I'm carrying a Canon, too.

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@rosyna For example, any "library" style application or an application that wants to sync its non-document App Support folder.

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@rosyna I doubt that would apply to most of the cases I'm thinking about. Still, would be nice to test it with TextEdit.

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@rosyna Right, but you don't know that the constituent files are all done syncing or even in a consistent state.

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@rosyna I mean if you want to read a folder or package on iCloud Drive. Sounds like the daemon is not going to report the overall state.

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@rosyna @mmunz @danielpunkass Right, but you have to check each file's individual icon, and no support for packages.

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@rosyna @mmunz @danielpunkass Too bad. At least with Dropbox you can tell from the menu bar whether it’s done.

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