@marick Have you looked into EagleFiler's "Copy Record Link" command? You can use that to make a wiki/hypertext or paste into Things.
@zzot Wow, it does seem to work much better in Firefox. Thanks.
I logged into devforums and loaded a few pages of posts without having the connection dropped. First time ever.
And Apple Mail doesn't really export in mbox format, since it doesn't escape "From " lines.
Eudora doesn't store mail using mbox. Let's just call it Eudora format.
I had one of these from SuperMac that used square SCSI: http://tinyurl.com/cxz23z
@rentzsch Belated vote for iCal (the Info panel has regressed since Tiger) with Xcode as runner up (general bugginess).
@sethdill So can we look forward to PSD.bblm soon?
Pleasantly surprised that Tweetie is using about the same amount of RAM as when I launched it yesterday.
@kevinhoctor To be clear: Up and Down work for me; Page Up and Page Down don't.
@kevinhoctor Innovations, yes, but I also like more standard/intuitive keyboard shortcuts in Tweetie (except for missing up/down/home/end).
@mmunz Aha. I didn't realize they did that.
@mmunz How do you mean? Isn't that was "Open in New Window" is for?
I like Tweetie. http://www.atebits.com/t...
Experimenting with MacGourmet Touch. Seems nice, but the syncing is unreliable.
@manton I've been happy with regular DreamHost, too. PS sounds good, but I'm not convinced downgrading will be easy if I don't like it.
@mattspence I replaced the HD with a 500 GB one right away. Put the original in before sending it to Apple for an unrelated repair.
Apple found problems with the internal HD that I never used, and replaced it. I am truly skilled.
@ccgus If you ever need a newer build, please e-mail me. I can always use more testers with access to the latest OS.
@onecrayon What does that have to do with PyObjC? Cocoa can't load .xib files, either, since they are not for deployment.
I've bad better luck with Brother and HP lately.
@mikeash What kind of Mac do you have that gdb starts up in 3 seconds? :-)
@leebennett They fixed the fan on my MBP, and it came back scratched.
Apple added a big scratch, on the front next to their logo. Great.
Received my MacBook Pro back with the fan replaced.
@uliwitness Yes, always initialize NSErrors because if the receiver is nil the error will not be set.
@siegel I'm gonna need a bigger boat for that.
@blakeseely Hopefully it works with .sparsebundles now, too.