@macfixer I'm receiving screenshots from people using Windows (XP, I think).
@sethdill Does Windows only have a command to copy a screenshot to the clipboard, not write it to a file?
Why do people embed individual screenshots and photos in Word documents?
Sometimes changes in iCal don't make it onto the iPhone until the second sync.
@drewthaler Doc links, too. :(
@mgrimes Are you sure you're dealing with an XML plist and not a binary one? XML ones should appear as text in EF.
@mgrimes My guess is that this is a limitation of the Quick Look API vs. what Finder uses. Better plist support is on the to-do list.
@mgrimes OK, I'll await your e-mail. My experience has been the opposite: EagleFiler displays some Web archives that Safari can't.
@mgrimes With certain sites that require logging in, you need to use "Save As" or "Save PDF To EagleFiler" rather than pressing F1.
@mgrimes Perhaps the problem is with the creation of the Web archives rather than the display.
@peternlewis That's what happened with me. Within a day or two it started to feel faster than my old keyboard.
@mgrimes Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. That should only happen in the rare case where Web Kit skipped archiving a resource.
@leebennett No idea. I'm just barely following 68.
@natevw iBank looks more like a Quicken replacement than a QuickBooks one. Thoughts?
@danielpunkass I just want something less clunky/buggy than QuickBooks. Doesn't need to be kick-ass. Doesn't need any sort of integration.
@samstigler I don't, but my customers do.
Not happy with the way Gmail's funny IMAP interacts with Entourage rules.
The Caps Lock delay is official: http://tinyurl.com/yuy9fy
@adamengst I got one recently and had lots of problems using hard drives with it. Works OK for burner, scanner, and printer, though.
The RTX100Q (and I assume H-Q) is far too noisy to use while sitting at the Mac. The USB one is only slightly louder than a TouchTech.
@danielpunkass Bittman's great. I wonder how much new material there is compared to HTCE.
DiskWarrior says: "Speed reduced by lack of memory." I guess that's what I get for running it in the background on a 3 GB Mac.
@retrophisch Makes more sense than the proposed prequel series, I think.
Nothing but problems with USB hub. Drives stop responding, all disk-using apps freeze, can't shutdown. http://tinyurl.com/2jjays
@danielpunkass Perhaps the moral is that we should get you to write up our bugs.
@danielpunkass OK, I take that back. I now see that they explicitly credited you. :-)
@danielpunkass Good news! I don't think this proves anything in particular about bug reports, though.
@splorp They've never worked for me without also holding Control. Used various built-in and external keyboards.
@splorp They don't scroll the message list.
@bwebster Yeah, they just mean to exclude the colored iBooks. But all the hardware requirements are redundant since 10.4 needs them, too.
Safari 3.1 system requirements: http://tinyurl.com/3x8qdt
@iacas I had to add that as a banned word.
With the new AirPort Express, Apple's base station lineup makes a bit more sense.
More problems with localized nibs, fixed using code once and for all.
Deleting forum spam.
Just received the final version of Office 2008. Saw the beta keychain in the box and thought of Microserfs.
@mgrimes Cool, thanks!
@mgrimes No. It's up to the receiving app to decide what to do with the search text.
EagleFiler 1.3: http://tinyurl.com/2llprn
The RTX100-SJ is much quieter than the RTX100-Q, but alas it only has USB.
@fraserspeirs I like the binary ?: operator even better.
For the second time in two days, my iPhone's clock is exactly 4 hours fast. Toggling "Set automatically" fixes it.
@schwa Yeah, I'm not saying the apps shouldn't do it; I'm saying it would be easier and smaller, too, if it were built-in.
So instead of Apple using space for one copy of NSXML in the OS, now every app's going to include a copy of its own wrapper?
@huperniketes Mostly memory overhead, probably. My point is that NSArchiver lets *you* choose the tradeoff between being efficient and lazy.
@huperniketes NSArchiver handles byte ordering for you. Field order independence is just a convenience. Use versioning or store a dict.
@danielpunkass NSArchiver can do all the same things, but much faster, in less memory, and with smaller files/blobs.
I still prefer NSArchiver to NSKeyedArchiver.
Not that I don't like the SDK, and I can't be specific due to NDA, but these APIs are very limited compared to what built-in apps can do.
Why the comparison to retail when Jobs claims the 30% isn't for Apple to make money, just to run the store?
@danielpunkass OTOH no time-limited demos.
Is there filesystem access? Or does each app get its own SQLite DB?
USB is so flakey. With this new hub I have to plug and unplug the label printer to get it to go. Sometimes the mouse, too.
@wilshipley Of course. I got confused about the return value.
Why not write a macro?
@wilshipley That doesn't return an NSComparisonResult, or even an int.
@rtmfd Thanks for the link.
@adamengst Just pointing out that it's not an apples-to-apples comparison to Steve's 40% number.
@adamengst I think sales matter more to writers/publishers/gadget developers.
@adamengst I agree with your overall point, but you seem to be assuming that all the books that are sold are actually read.
E-junkie seems to be back up. I guess I'll wait and see if this is for real before switching the store back.
@rtmfd I don't know what's going on with them.
@mgrimes Also: eSellerate and Kagi charge processing fees for refunds.
@mgrimes Both are very expensive. Less-integrated UI and order processing. Kagi had poor admin interface and support when I used it.
@rtmfd I'm becoming unhappy with them, but I don't know of anything better.
Apple says: "Python does not have class methods" http://developer.apple.c...
@iacas 3.0 will be a paid upgrade, however.
@iacas My mistake. :)
@leebennett I've been testing with it since last summer or fall. What do you want to know?
Does anyone know of an Entourage 2008 feature that deletes junk messages when they're marked as read?
@ddribin Agreed. I think he grew up in VT and has a house there, but they work from Boston.