@betalogue It doesn't even reopen the windows for me…
@marcoarment Or are we simply not hearing about the rejections for developers with lower profiles?
@mikeash Because they don't want to publish a rule and get the word out that way.
@nriley I'm using OmniFocus 2, but still frustrated every day about the screen space and the drag/drop locations that no longer work.
@DanFrakes Yup. I don't mind tapping Send. I do mind typing my address and double-checking that I didn't tap someone else in auto-complete.
@DanFrakes I concur that there's no way for an extension to do one-tap sending from the Mail app. Pre-addressed would be nice, though.
@stormchild You can hold down the Option key when selecting from the window to make it close afterwards.
@sethwillits Sorry, I don’t.
@siegel It worked well for me.
Bug in Yosemite Mail: search bar covers over the first couple lines of message text.
@dnanian I meant actual crash logs. So I guess it's not crashing for you, at least.
@dnanian Really? I'm still getting of crash reports in Mail's Exchange code (mostly assertion failures).
@vlade On the to-do list.
@dhh Erlang and Haskell are “new”?
@atomicbird I thought you were going to stop before the word “unit.”
Mac OS X 10.10.1 seems to have fix the bug where +[NSURL URLByResolvingAliasFileAtURL:options:error:] didn’t work.
@isaiah I just made a test app with Xcode's Mac Core Data template. External binary storage is in folder adjacent to DB beginning with ".".
@isaiah Odd. Well, I guess you could use fs_usage or DTrace to figure it out.
@isaiah Did you check the database itself? I think that option is only advisory, so maybe Core Data chose not to use a separate file.
@isaiah It's not in a folder next to your database file?
@danielpunkass Don't mind it at all. Always wanted it topmost but for some reason assumed the list was sorted.