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

December 2008

@onecrayon Thanks. Odd key choices, I think, but it's good they're available.

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@JeffreySmith How does it scale to thousands of items? OmniFocus gets slow. But Things seemingly has no import or scriptability to test.

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@adamengst OmniFocus seemed very intuitive to me, but filtering and changing views seems to be lower friction in Things.

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@onecrayon Is there a keyboard shortcut for the File button?

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@adamengst Areas are confusing me. First I thought they were like OF's single-action lists. Then I thought they were like playlists.

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However, the Things interface feels strange and constricting. Buttons appear and disappear. Missing menu commands. Can't tab to source list.

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Overall I think Things is on the right track with its Projects/Tags instead of OmniFocus's Projects/Contexts.

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@cbowns Why doesn't it just select the project in the source list instead of leaving Projects selected?

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Clicking on the number of items in Projects enters a weird mode where only one project is shown but there's no visible way to unfocus.

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Trying Things. Unfamiliar. Only one window. Space makes a new item instead of checking off. Return means edit instead of New. No outlining.

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@bbum It took a while, but I've come around to that view as well.

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Fixed ATPM comments, broken due to Pair updating the default Python.

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@rtmfd Isn't Ruby working on *adding* a GIL?

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@dnanian I'm not looking for RAID. I guess I just need to get used to this and have spares on hand.

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@rentzsch The ToughTech had been the best recent one.

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@rentzsch Not sure. I run them through a UPS so power should be good. Just about every family of enclosure I've ever bought has broken.

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My oldest ToughTech broke. Is there any enclosure that will last?

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@AustinCline Please contact eaglefiler@c-command.com and explain the problem.

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@retrophisch Yep. (It's not public yet, though.)

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