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spamsieve SpamSieve 2.9.19 is now available, with support for Mac OS X 10.10.2 and lots of other improvements and fixes: c-command.com/blog/2015/01/2…

via Hibari (retweeted on 4:27 PM, Jan 27th, 2015 via Hibari)

Pick a capitalization: "<old version> Ready for Sale <new version> Waiting For Review"

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@marcusramberg Command-line build. Xcode wasn't even open.

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Building for the Mac App Store, and codesign can't find the certificate that Keychain Access shows is in there. Delete. Re-copy. Works.

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eaglefiler EagleFiler 1.6.4 is now available: c-command.com/blog/2015/01/2…

via Hibari (retweeted on 3:32 PM, Jan 26th, 2015 via Hibari)

Created a documentDidSave() attachment script for BBEdit to make sure that when I save a property list file the syntax is valid.

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dropdmg DropDMG 3.2.6 is now available: c-command.com/blog/2015/01/2…

via Hibari (retweeted on 1:33 PM, Jan 26th, 2015 via Hibari)

@betalogue I wonder whether they even consider the new behavior a bug because otherwise why would it change after many years the other way.

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@0xced And some of those mean "name" while others mean "full path"…

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@wklj In the sidebar, I'm not sure it's a spotlight issue because clicking on the mailbox temporarily makes it shows the proper count.

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@wklj Mail title bar unread counts in Yosemite are solved by relaunching but then quickly disappear again.

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Unread counts for Mail smart mailboxes aren't working again. :(

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@betalogue It's been that way for several versions now. The new bookmark files embed high-resolution icon data.

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@dpcleitao Most of the time I'm at my Mac, and if not I can wait until then to check.

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@dpcleitao I have a server rule that moves them to another mailbox, so they never show up in my inbox.

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@dpcleitao I like them in my e-mail inbox because they are searchable and I can see the diffs. I don't want to see them in the apps at all.

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@nriley Why use Geneva if you’re going to smooth it?

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Sue would be nice if the read status of calendar notifications synced between devices. Or better yet turn them off and just read the e-mail.

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@jsnell The “.io” is on their About page and in the subject and body of every e-mail newsletter.

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@jsnell I think the .io is part of the objc.io magazine's name.

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@notio Yeah. It's unfortunate that the stores can't stock the parts for fixing the bigger problems.

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@notio Why not do it by mail? That usually takes less than a week, plus less driving.

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@marcoarment Probably right, but it's sad because in my experience Thunderbolt is much more reliable than USB 3: mjtsai.com/blog/2014/06/1…

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@rbrockerhoff I see something like that but quitting Safari fixes it.

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