@iacas Base is good.
@rentzsch You can't even select text in most places.
@sethdill I assume you mean event_mixins.js? Congrats!
Spiffy new animating navbar on apple.com.
Giving Backupify a try.
@Fogbugz There's a mobile interface?
@stevenf I'm really enjoying the Retro Room photos. Ah, memories…
@dnanian You're saying that's normal? USB is supposed to do that?
@joericioppo Mostly running my own helper tools as tasks.
@grynspan The GCD error is often in releasing a semaphore (various OS-created threads) or cleaning up an NSOperation from NSFileManager.
@grynspan No, the child process isn't crashing, although sometimes NSTask is in the process of raising an exception.
@jfroy I went back to the official version of GitX because it was more reliable…
@eridius I hope so; that would make it easier to work around.
@ccgus It's not from using GCD directly but from using NSTask (on 10.6). Dies in [NSThread exit] and such; logs say "BUG IN LIBDISPATCH".
Sick of these weird GCD crashes. Thinking I should just write my own NSTask.
@iacas I find it easier to overwrite it on purpose and then restore my changed lines via version control.
@drewmccormack Put another way, payment and installation are important, but if Bodega came pre-installed in the Dock it would do very well.
@drewmccormack No, because the stores go in it. (And the Apple menu, too.)
@drewmccormack I thought Apple's main advantage was the Dock.
Amazon seems to be getting more aggressive sending me e-mails pushing products related to what I've looked at but never bought.
@joeldev Agreed, and I guess it's soaking up RAM, too.
@altimac Also, there are Mac App Store issues for some other mail programs due to where files need to be installed.
@altimac That’s possible, although I’m not sure whether it would be worth the confusion. Most MAS customers probably have Apple Mail.
@altimac Apple consider's Mail's plug-in interface to be private API. Additionally, MAS apps are forbidden from writing into that folder.
@vjl Not only did she break her promise, but she says the bugs would have gone unfixed were it not for the Mac App Store.
@dnanian Are you going to try to find one of those reviewers? Or avoiding the store for SuperDuper?
@ianbeck Yes, although problematic if they approve you and then decide to reject later, after some customers have bought the MAS version.
@ianbeck Makes me wonder whether it's worth rolling the dice instead of crippling my app.
@bricooke Well, good for you. I hope they let you keep it in the store.
@tjw I asked about that for my apps and was told the filesystem guidelines still applied.
How in the world did rooSwitch get approved for the Mac App Store? Isn't its basic job moving other applications' files?
@retrophisch Apple Mail plug-ins are specifically not allowed. Neither are plug-ins or scripts for other applications.
@danielpunkass Working on it. Apple won't allow SpamSieve, and my other two apps use encryption. They won't even let me upload a binary yet.
@bbedit Indeed it is. Very clear FAQ, BTW.
@cwakamo Hmm, wired aluminum Apple Keyboard here. The behavior does indeed change depending on the fn key preference.
@bbedit Did you forget to note the root privileges differences?
@danielpunkass You'd think they could afford to add an affordance or two.
@cwakamo I don't see that on my Mac. Tweetie and System Preferences both let me assign Command-F1 to other commands.
@danielpunkass No. I quit Tweetie and also restarted my Mac.
@danielpunkass Window > Timeline is Command-1 on my Mac, not Command-F1.
Trying to figure out why Twitter for Mac won't let me use ⌘F1 as the show/hide shortcut like I could with Tweetie.
Even though it isn't iTunes, you still can't select and copy text in the Mac App Store. :-(
@macfixer Yes, TextWrangler 3.5 won't ask for extra permissions if they're needed to save the file.
@bbedit If I buy you from the Mac App Store, will I get the command-line tools and the ability to save files I don't have permissions for?
@uliwitness Seems a lot more responsive than iTunes, too.
Interestingly, the App Store replaced my TextWrangler 3.1 in ~/Applications instead of installing a fresh one in /Applications
Hey, App Store, BBEdit is supposed to be the top item in my Dock.
@kevinhoctor For now? How would you ever migrate if you changed?
Looks like discounted iTunes gift certificates are out of stock everywhere. Hope you stocked up before the opening of the Mac App Store.
It's confusing for an app to show up "installed" if the App Store version has different functionality.
@dnanian I don't understand why there's no one-click button to mark as spam and ban the user.
Record amount of forum spam today. Wondering whether vBulletin 4 makes it easier to delete.