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

August 2010

@sanguish Do you mean the file's label in the Finder?

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@uliwitness Lemke makes solid use of all the decimal points.

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@jemostrom I think that's what I'm going to do, and hope that @connectedflow is working on metadata replacement.

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Debating whether to use Aperture's Flickr sync (slick, but some questions about reliability) or Flickr Export (can't replace metadata).

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@siegel So you used to be a QUED/M user? :-)

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Aperture won't let me set the contact e-mail via AppleScript; says "Contact Email(s)" is a bad name, even though that's what it returns.

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@grynspan Yes, fts() is easier and faster than opendir() for recursive traversals. Can load the stat info for you.

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Lots of drawing glitches (blank space) in Mail and OmniFocus since installing the Snow Leopard Graphics Update.

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@grynspan Yeah, NSDirectoryEnumerator is really slow. I like fts.

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@grynspan I ended up sticking with stat() and FSGetCatalogInfo(). Faster even with multiple calls than the URL "resource value" stuff.

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@grynspan Actually, I am doing my own caching; I'm testing different ways of filling my cache.

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My dad wants to return his iPhone 4. Way more dropped calls than 2G, even in the (unwanted) case. Proximity sensor flawed. >30 days, alas.

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@grynspan Right, but I expected that the URL-based APIs would be caching related properties so that in aggregate they would be faster.

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Discouraged to find that the cached URL resource methods in Snow Leopard are slower than FSGetCatalogInfo.

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@HibariApp In the rare case that someone wants to tweet a \t, perhaps they can type Option-Tab (like in most Find/Replace panels).

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@mattgemmell Yep, it would be nice if @HibariApp had shortcuts to "tab" into the tweet field and to expand the "more".

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Checking out @violasong's new Twitter client: http://hibariapp.com/. Has keyword blocking and mute.

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@retrophisch Nice. Have you considered adding ratings to that list?

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@grynspan Yeah, with blocks you could make an API like Twisted…

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@uliwitness I don't recall, but I think they were related to it not being a subclass of NSTextFieldCell or NSActionCell.

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@uliwitness As I recall, there are several problems with using NSBrowserCell in an NSTableView…probably better to subclass NSTextFieldCell.

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@ccgus Some of the stuff Mail does with SQLite, it doesn't look like Core Data would support efficiently. Would love to know Aperture story.

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@lgerbarg That would make an interesting blog post…

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@rentzsch That's what I ended up doing as well. :-(

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@adamengst Me too. It's a neat idea, although I wonder how much difference it really makes. Is SFTP that bad?

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@adamengst Think of it as implementing both the client (Mac app) and server (Perl scripts) sides and having them communicate over SSH.

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@jablair Are you sure? It sounds like that still requires the keychain password.

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@nothirst Do you have release notes for MoneyWell 1.6?

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If I had a nickel for every time someone told me they knew a file had been deleted because they couldn't find it with Spotlight…

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@pilky I admire your courage.

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@pilky Booting from an SD card was surprisingly slow for me. CD speed.

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@kch There's no built-in tool to do that. Please send a spec for what you want to spamsieve@c-command.com. Or maybe try AppleScript?

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