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

March 2009

@blakeseely Fixed as in they hardcoded ".graffle" or something more?

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@rtmfd Already done. :-) tell application "Xcode"
set _path to associated file name of window 1
end tell

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@rtmfd You could use the system-wide scripts menu. I use FastScripts.

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@rtmfd You should bundle a HUD script for Xcode.

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@atomicbird AIG's head was appointed by the government about six months ago.

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Applications needing authorization after moving drive to other Mac: Aperture, iTunes, QuickBooks, Script Debugger.

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Arranging another mail-in repair for my MacBook Pro.

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@benjaminb Please contact spamsieve@c-command.com. The plug-in does not affect which e-mails are shown. A damaged Mail database, perhaps.

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Uh oh, all of a sudden my MacBook Pro's fan is very noisy.

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@benjaminb SpamSieve works fine with Safari 4. You may need to disable GrowlMail, though.

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After a fresh Time Capsule backup last night, Time Machine just failed again. I wonder if this is due to the firmware update.

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Disk Utility is finally done repairing my Time Capsule image. Hopefully backups will work now.

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Time Capsule drive and disk image are both damaged. Good thing it's on an external drive so I can repair it via FireWire 800.

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@fraserspeirs No page that I've seen. I haven't tried it in VMware yet. Newer support said they'd arrange to do it by mail if I had no PC.

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If I start reading this Raiders thing, I don't think I'll be able to stop.

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@jsnell Answered all my questions. Thanks.

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@dnanian Ha! For me, more knowledgeable users seem to get into more trouble. At least up to a point.

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NewerTech support says there's a firmware patch for the Voyager Q, but I haven't been able to find it.

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@fraserspeirs Mine has GUID 0x30E002E0454647, also.

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Looks like the curl-foo finally worked.

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@petermaurer Also, it creates a .leech file of the appropriate size, but the progress window says the file is only 2 GB.

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Leech has now failed twice to download a large .dmg, thinking it was finished before it got the whole file. curl unreliable too. Bad server?

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Now I'm getting crashes due to Safari 4. WebKitThreadingException even though I don't create any threads.

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@siracusa Run "otool -ov" and see if the very last line says GC or RR.

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@retrophisch Awesome. I think it's great that D will be there.

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@mattball Why can't you just download the pre-compiled TeX Live CD image?

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@leebennett I doubt that's the goal. I read they can't make enough Kindles, so they kept the price high to ration them. Should sell blades.

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@leebennett Because Apple makes their money on hardware and has lots of R&D. Amazon's business is already content distribution.

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@leebennett Why wouldn't they be happy to sell content to non-Kindle owners?

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@nst021 I prefer Emacs+AUXTeX or BBEdit for LaTeX. However, TeXShop is easier for the novice: live preview, cheat sheet, tabular GUI, etc.

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TeXShop seems much-improved since the last time I used it.

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New version of PDFPen is on VT but not Smile's site.

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@iacas Slow devices like iPhones and old Macs don't slow down the 802.11n network. But, after trying dual-band manually, I prefer Ethernet.

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@fraserspeirs I expected the entire "tabs" to be clickable, but only the text is.

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@ccgus That's what I was wondering: is eSATA much faster when not using a RAID? Please let us know. :-)

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@ccgus Just out of curiosity, why eSATA instead of FireWire 800?

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@ccgus I always figured this was saying the Foundation part of NSAttributedString was threadsafe. The HTML stuff is in the AppKit additions.

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