The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @mjtsai ever

April 2008

@wilshipley Yeah, it's excellent but for the arrow keys.

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@ddribin I don't know, but it seems like a lot.

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@markzero I haven't seen that. I can drag anywhere, but if I do it from within the same window, it messes up the view state afterwards.

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@markzero Or at least stop breaking it. Drag and drop worked properly in Tiger!

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The Finder also hides the last column (and loses the selection) after you drop a file into it. Why?

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@mmc With older versions of PF (and even Greg's Browser, I think), you could freely go up and down the hierarchy without losing state.

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@mmc When you go up, it selects the parent but hides the column for the child.

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@mmc I always thought they were broken in Finder, losing track of what was selected. Path Finder used to be better, but now it's like Finder

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Moving another widget from IB to code.

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@wspr I usually use colorlinks, which turns off the border. But in this case I couldn't because the link color has to vary based on context

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Finally got rid of those cyan boxes around non-blue PDF links in Preview 4.0. The magic hyperref option is "pdfborder={0 0 0}"

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@willb I'll take a look. Thanks. For now, I've just downloaded fancyheadings.sty.

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No vpage.sty, either, it turns out. Is there a more complete distribution I should be using?

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The 700 MB MacTeX.dmg doesn't include fancyheadings.sty?

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@retrophisch Oh, for me the iPhone ones are the best fit ever.

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@mgrimes Are the mic and cable too bulky compared to the Apple ones? I'm looking at the hf2's and the UB7's.

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@leebennett 10.5.2 fixed lots of problems for me.

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Making FastScripts to change sending accounts in Mail.

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@retrophisch The corpus had file contents damage; Disk Utility checks for disk catalog damage. The two may or may not co-occur.

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@sethdill I'm in (same info as last year).

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Received 10th e-mail notification from AT&T about my bill being available--paid it on 4/10.

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Customer restored from a Time Machine backup, but various application files are damaged.

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Added keyboard shortcut for Safari's "Move Tab to New Window."

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NSFormatter+undo is still broken?

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All of a sudden, getting sync conflicts for all the contacts that have photos.

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@bwebster Yeah, I think it was. In this case, I think the problem was that FSExchangeObjects doesn't work on non-HFS volumes.

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Read somewhere that it doesn't work with hard-linked files, but I'm not seeing that in the docs.

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FSExchangeObjects is failing with paramErr for two seemingly valid files.

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@ddribin Yeah, I don't like this trend of requiring KVO instead of normal delegate callbacks or notifications.

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@ccgus Yep, sometimes SAX is much cleaner and faster.

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Yay, python.org is back up.

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@leebennett No, talking about the comment you replied to on the TurboTax review.

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@leebennett The "yearly" complaint doesn't stand up, either.

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I don't understand NNW versioning. NG site has 3.1.3. Beta site has 3.1.5b4. Sparkle has 3.1.5/1227.

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So now that sdef wants to see "command" instead of "name" in "responds-to", does that mean we need both for maximum compatibility?

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Help Indexer is complaining that AppleTitle isn't a valid meta tag. Huh?

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rsync says it uploaded my WordPress footer.php, but it hadn't changed locally. Wonder if that means my site had been hacked.

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What I spent way too long learning: don't call -makeFirstResponder: on the wrong window.

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@siegel Yes, it's a glaring omission. Would make Apple TV much more interesting.

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@retrophisch Or, "more fully," at least—I don't use anywhere near *all* of its features.

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@retrophisch If you're underutilizing LaunchBar, you should learn how to fully utilize it, not drop it. :-)

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Setup some FastScripts.

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@retrophisch The loop one. It's fine, and nice as a handle. The drinking one looks interesting, though.

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@retrophisch I prefer Klean Kanteen: no liner, and wide mouth.

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@rentzsch I thought Apple had documented it as a feature...

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Updated WordPress. Lots of code reorg, so I hope all my changes got ported correctly.

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Updating vBulletin.

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I don't like dotted properties, either. Even in Python, I rarely use them.

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@stevenf With no compelling reason to go 64-bit?

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When in doubt, listen to what they do, not what they say.

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If that string was stripped, how can it end with a space?

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@retrophisch So long? I can burn a DVD in less time.

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So disk-bound. Copying a big file makes receiving mail slow, and this is with the fast drive.

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@jessegrosjean Doesn't seem to me like a good enough reason.

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@jessegrosjean Frustrated that 1.0.3 has bugs and crashers and yet 2.0 (though looking good) seems to be a while away.

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@jessegrosjean I think you're on the right track. Liked the toolbar better at the top.

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Trying TaskPaper 2.0 build.

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Got a crash report from someone running SpamSieve 2.2 in Rosetta.

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