DropDMG 2.8.5: http://tinyurl.com/2rq3wd
@schwa I'd prefer a GUI built into BBEdit, otherwise a filesystem.
@schwa I just think it would be nice to browse different versions and commit logs.
Is anyone working on a GitFS for MacFUSE?
Reception doesn't seem to be as good since updating to 1.1.4.
@ccgus I guess I should file a Radar.
@leebennett Does it support long filenames?
@macgeek02 I have images that look better at 50% quality in PS than 99% quality in Acorn (Core Image?), yet the Acorn version is 4x larger.
Photoshop seems to make higher quality, and yet much smaller, JPEGs than Acorn.
@rentzsch Nope. Just miscellaneous products that could have been a lot better.
These must be the lowest-rated bunch of products we've ever reviewed.
I prefer the right-side Enter key. I use it all the time, and never use the Option. You can't press fn-Return with one hand.
@ddribin On the plus side, we bought at the right time.
@cipherswarm Perhaps. Maybe I'm remembering wrong.
In what way is the trackpad "all-new" if multi-touch is just software?
@leebennett Yes, I think we have enough for 14.03.
So happy that Acorn now accepts Enter to confirm a screenshot.
Customer: "This is my first Mac after 22 years of PCs. I am so impressed with the high quality of everything Mac."
@danfrakes You must have small documents...otherwise even Excel '04 is much quicker than Numbers.
I also like BBEdit's scripting option to open windows read-only.
Thanks for the Drobo info everyone. I don't think it really makes sense for me, but it sounds pretty neat.
What happens if a Drobo dies? I assume you can't read the data using regular enclosures, but can you just stick the drives in a new Drobo?
All this time I thought Drobo was like a DAT robot for SATA. Now I see it's more like a RAID.
@retrophisch Well, I mean the MacBook has removable RAM (2-chips). They're not the same spec as the Air's, and they look bigger.
@retrophisch Not all the 1.8-inch drives are the same thickness. Not sure how the MacBook's RAM ceiling is relevant.
@leebennett Yep, that's Tampa Tom.
Just heard from an old ATPM friend, and he has a blog: http://tomsworkbench.com
@PBones I guess Gondry likes tape. "Eternal Sunshine" had audio cassettes...
@danielpunkass Or if you want a spring-loaded drop target.
@danielpunkass Agreed. I suppose the other case is like Figure 14-28 in the 10.5 HIG where you want flexibility about which side it opens on
@danielpunkass That's different because the toolbar (bottom bar, too) is part of the window. Your pane is part of the window's content.
@danielpunkass Enlarging the pane then becomes a two-step process, whereas with a drawer you could just drag the drawer.
@danielpunkass Also, maybe you want resizing the window to resize the main content area, keeping the auxiliary pane constant.
@danielpunkass Because the precedent (e.g. Preview in 10.5) is that showing the split pane doesn't resize the window.
@ddribin I think I had that with 10.5.0 or the prior seeds. Not lately, though.
@ddribin Does it panic on wake or just refused to wake? I've had the former many times on 10.5.1 and twice on 10.5.2.
@danielpunkass It just means you'll have one clean (but slightly stale) inbox and another that you should ignore.
@danielpunkass My question was taking that as a given. Using a secondary inbox won't change that, though.
@danielpunkass So you receive lots of new mail between checks, and you don't mind waiting until the next check to see it?
How to setup SpamSieve to run remotely: http://tinyurl.com/33q999
OK, I guess 10.5.2 didn't fix those kernel panics after all.
@statefuldotnet That said, I don't mind having more code if it's easier to understand, test, and modify.
@statefuldotnet You can reduce controller code without using bindings; write reusable controller objects. :-)
@statefuldotnet In this case using bindings was the cause of the not-very-good-design I'd used, so removing them was the obvious choice.
Once again learning that removing bindings makes code simpler.
Does the Windows version of Safari not open .webarchive files?
My test iBook's battery can no longer hold a charge long enough to keep it asleep while moving it from one plug to another.
Reading about Python 2.5.2c1.
The update succeeded when run from Installer.
Hung again on "Configuring installation."
Clean install of 10.5 froze while installing 10.5.2 update.
@danielpunkass Yeah, I guess I'll end up doing that eventually, since Sound Manager isn't in 64-bit...
Looking into Sound Manager problems on Leopard.
Reading about Aperture 2.
"Improves backup reliability when computer name contains slash or non-ASCII characters."
Unless there's been a regression, 10.5.2 fixes the frequent kernel panics I was seeing on the MacBook.
@danielpunkass Good to know. Thanks.
@danwood Yep. The Mac in question came with Puma and can't run Leopard.
@schwa I think technically those extension cables violate the USB spec, so they probably shouldn't be used with unexpected devices.
I guess Sherlock doesn't need to be in the Dock anymore.
Wishing there were a way to e-mail VT commenters.
Web Kit should have a minimum font size for printing.
@siracusa Based on several long threads on the Git mailing list.
Downloading SuperDuper 2.5.
@siracusa Pretty sure he was talking about HFS+'s handling of case and Unicode decomposition.
@fraserspeirs The ones I've seen look like FileMaker templates. :-)
When did DVD-Rs get expensive again?
@retrophisch Yes, but it turns out AppleWorks's AppleScript is buggy when dealing with documents from version 5.
Converting thousands of AppleWorks files to RTF.
My MacBook consistently panics when waking from sleep under Leopard.
@rentzsch Lots more features, slower.
Seems like the people who use really old versions are the same ones who delete their e-mail addresses from the crash reporter.
Happy Mailman day.