@chockenberry Yes, I'm shocked that Apple still hasn't fixed the various Mini DisplayPort problems.
Well, I'm not sure whether it was my bug or Apple's, but CIPerspectiveTransform behaves differently in Snow Leopard.
@ObjColumnist Probably best to use ([theEvent modifierFlags] & NSCommandKeyMask) == NSCommandKeyMask.
@xctotd Yay! The whole build results pane is so much more usable now.
@dnanian Interesting. I'm seeing the problem (especially with Preview) even when it's not already open.
@ianbeck I'm still testing it, so I'd be interested to see what others find, but early results look pretty good. Acorn's so much faster.
On the plus side, it looks like the OS's JPEG-writing code has improved to the point that I might be able to replace PSE with Acorn.
Oddest thing about Snow Leopard: bulk image opening is buggy in Preview, Photoshop Elements, and Acorn. Sometimes only one or two open.
"Application Specific Information: BUG IN LIBDISPATCH: flawed group/semaphore logic"
@leebennett I didn't know about those keyboard shortcuts!
Pleasantly surprised to see a new DiskWarrior today.
So far, the only app I use that's unusable on Snow Leopard is QuickBooks. It crashes every time I try to enter a sale. http://bit.ly/3z9qJq
Liking the new Image Capture app.
@dnanian It's working now. Thanks!
@dnanian Actually, the problem seems to be that the 2.6.dmg file contains 2.5.
@dnanian The release notes inside the app package don't seem to be updated for 2.6.
@dnanian Yay! I wouldn't want to run a new OS full-time without SuperDuper.
@fraserspeirs Can't agree there. You still can't put Quick Look in an NSView.
All of a sudden, I'm getting a bunch of messages from my customers saying "I just updated to Leopard and..."
@schwa Are you saying that's a bug in Core Data? Or did you type backwards? I thought -objectWithID: was documented to never return nil.
@leebennett Apple has free shipping with Friday delivery, too.
@leebennett So, with shipping, it works out to the same price as from Apple?
@retrophisch Big day. Happy birthday, S!
@retrophisch Didn't realize they had more. I have the original in black.
Sped up Terminal opening by deleting /etc/paths.d/git. http://bit.ly/14c3cn
@danwood That would be great. There isn't even a good way to do it programmatically, AFAIK.
@leebennett It says the *drive* shipped with the June models. I have the same drive.
@leebennett My MBP is from January, but I have the same hard drive (and, I think, symptoms) as the newer MBPs.
Hmm, the hard drive update says my Mac doesn't need the update.
Downloading the MBP Hard Drive Firmware Update: http://bit.ly/4bG9nC
@backblaze Apparently I misread item 16 on your FAQ. Apologies! I'm glad to hear that Backblaze does handle sparse bundles.
@incanus77 Good idea. I don't see it listed on his site, but I'll check.
Does anyone know who develops the CTLoader input manager (for Safari toolbar extenders)? It seems to be causing problems for @spamsieve.
Updated the links for Mailsmith's new home.
@ddribin I like the ToughTech.
@stevenf It's worrying that Backblaze doesn't backup sparse bundles or say which metadata they copy. CrashPlan seems to offer more control.
@Huperniketes Yes: "@" should be used for NSArray literals. :-)
Thinking about trying CrashPlan.
@mikeabdullah Sounds like a great idea!
I was wondering about these freezes. Didn't hear clicks, though. http://www.macnn.com/art...
@pilky I think state vs. action/behavior is the strongest point. Why should those be separated? I thought OOP was about not exposing state.
@sethdill I discovered the image browser via Acorn's File > Open Folder, but going forward I'll probably use drag and drop or LaunchBar.
Somehow I only just noticed that Acorn has an image browser!
@jpkang No info, sorry. I'm using a different Mac for 10.6.
@jonathandann How so? It does look like you still need the app if you want to edit the files.
First The Hut, and now The Shack?
NetNewsWire 3.1.7 is offering me an update to the beta, with the default to accept, but only the "b" to indicate beta status. Not good.