@danielpunkass More importantly, it uses continuations present a linear control flow!
Using "git checkout" to strip resource forks.
Not happy with Leopard's string hashing.
@atomicbird Can't beat the syntax, but a good macro could probably do the job well, too.
@atomicbird Wouldn't that require that it box the indexes, thereby negating the "fast" part?
Filed bug for Web Kit crasher.
@adamengst Flat discount on a product, flat or percent on the whole cart. For a bundle you'd probably need a separate SKU or a SKU variant
@adamengst Can download transaction log. I have it ping my server with info for each transaction and run reports from my own database.
@adamengst There are item- and cart-level coupons, with some flexibility, but not coupons like "If these two products purchased, do this."
@adamengst Cross-Sell: I think it can promote other products when they purchase one, but it won't auto-discount them.
@adamengst Best I've seen, although eSellerate is pretty good in that department.
@adamengst I'm just setting it up; it's not live yet. However, so far their support people have been very responsive and helpful.
It's the opposite of E-junkie's which is in Flash and super-fast.
eSellerate admin interface keeps timing out.
@rentzsch The RTX-Q-1 is close, but pricey.
@rentzsch What I want is an enclosure that's let's me really treat them like floppies. Enclose the drive, but let me slide it in the front.
@rentzsch That looks nice, but I couldn't get past that it's *more* expensive than the TT-XE that encloses and prevents vibrations.
Odd HFS+ journaling fact: http://tinyurl.com/25rgro
Deleting font caches for the third time in the last day.
Naming my locks.
Switched my dad to IMAP.
@sethdill Looks like I may have to go in with mysql and do some find/replacing.
Conversion didn't work since it replaced non-Latin characters with '?'. Restoring from backup.
Converting forums to UTF-8 via http://www.vcharset.com
LaunchBar now works with Leopard developer documentation.
Agreed: NSOperation's use of "concurrent" is confusing.
Just noticed there's a ToughTech FS.
Got some ideas for reducing lock contention.
Oops: gotta Rebuild Forum Information, too.
Shame there's no one-click way to remove mass comment spam.
vBulletin > Threads & Posts > Prune > Prune by Username. Then Rebuild Thread Information.
@mgrimes Yup. I'm actually using BBEdit for my release notes, though.
Fully switched to TaskPaper just as OmniFocus goes beta. Stilll like the latter, but it's way too slow.
GIFs support more than 49 colors, Google. http://tinyurl.com/22e6mr
"Helvetica" is now in Netflix's catalog.
After installing 10.4.11, restarted and got stuck at blue screen. Powered down, turned on, and it seems to be OK.
I still think it's odd that Leopard volunteers to repurpose external drives, full with my files, for Time Machine.
You call that "blazingly fast"?
Received the replacement RAM from Crucial, and this time memtest likes it.
I'm not sure what changed, but after years of avoiding them I'm suddenly creating tons of text factories.
Received a huge ADC renewal box containing...one DVD.
So far no one's complained about the dropped Jaguar support. One person sent a thank-you for retaining Panther support.
The updater asks for an admin password to be sure that replacing the app will succeed. Nothing left in an inconsistent states.
@cipherswarm Thanks. You're right of course.
The databases are back up.
@retrophisch Wasn't going to get any coding done today, anyway, so might as well release all the updates at once. :-)
@cipherswarm Thanks for the report. The database seems to be down.
Dropped support for Jaguar.
@danielpunkass Actually, I was referring to MarsEdit not keeping the .dmg file after Install & Relaunch. Or am I misunderstanding you?
Annoyed with Sparkle updaters that don't save the downloaded file.
Oops, my spam test account accumulated 55K messages. All clients get dropped before they can retrieve the message list.
Easy vBulletin update thanks to better version control.
You'd think I would have learned by now not to believe it when a customer says that it looks exactly like the screenshot in the manual.
The forum got a mortgage spam in the thread about getting rid of mortgage spams.
Photoshop still has the easiest Replace Color command.
Several interactions between AppKit and WebKit behave differently on Tiger and Leopard. :(
@leebennett I usually use DMS, but this time Crucial had a better price, and blog/twitterfolk seemed to like them.
Not understanding the Crucial love. First they sent me defective RAM. Now it's been two days and they haven't replied with my RMA.
Acorn plug-ins can now resize and crop—maybe I can retire Foto Trimmer.
Out of habit, still pressing Space to get to the top of the list and opening Quick Look instead.
Applying three MIcrosoft Office updates in sequence. Why don't they have combo updaters?
Received the Leopard DVD from ADC.
Version 188.8.131.52 fixed git-log --follow!
@fraserspeirs Agreed. I guess I was expecting it to be worse, based on your tweet. Seems rather typical, unfortunately.
@fraserspeirs The headline's the worst part, no?
Loving the way TaskPaper and Git work together.
Fast User Switching is awesome for testing, but VMs would be nicer.
@sethdill Yeah, or we could just wait for 10.6 to build Twitter into Mail...
According to the crash log, in Leopard NSInvocation is defined in CoreFoundation.
Was going to put this feature off, but it was too much fun to write a tiny code generator.
The new Growl seems to use much less RAM, but the new Twitterrific uses even more than before.
@Twitterrific Could you check for memory leaks? 3.0 is consistently using 90+ MB of RPRVT.
@particlenparcel For the customer I'm helping, it's somehow set to move every message to the Spam mailbox, and it won't stay deleted.
@particlenparcel It's created by every new installation of Apple Mail, to process messages from Apple mailing lists you may be subscribed to
@twitterrific Why can't you hide the tweets I've read? With new tweets popping up below the read ones, it's hard to keep track.
Attack of the "News From Apple" rule.
Address Book now uses Core Data instead of Metakit.
The TaskPaper CLM is nice.
Look who walked through that door.