@siegel Indeed. Although I suspect we'll see FireWire 800–style adoption and prices, at least for a while. eSATA is simpler…
Aperture preinstalled is still $199.
@marcoarment Re footnote 1, you would need to raise prices ~43% so that you end up where you started after Apple takes its 30%.
@pilky SpamSieve has an API, so any Twitter clients are welcome to show it tweet text and ask whether it looks spammy.
@uliwitness I do…
Need to modify Tower.app/Contents/Resources/DiffTools/TextWrangler.sh to use /usr/bin/twdiff if you have the Mac App Store version.
@pilky This is the important question.
@bsneed Wasn't talking about that split. Just saying that 30% cut is equivalent to 43% price raise. Or, in your example, 21.5% raise.
@bsneed BTW, to end up with the same amount after a 30% cut you'd have to raise prices 43%.
@bsneed I don't understand what you're getting at. You want to raise prices less than the 30% so that the Apple customers are subsidized?
@bsneed You're not allowed to just raise the price on those buying from the App Store.
@bsneed Raise the price for all your non-Apple customers? How is "not do it" an option if you have an existing app/service?
@bsneed To vote with your feet you would need to degrade the experience of your existing app. Then customers complain to you.
@lallysingh Even if nothing needs fixing, it's almost impossible to help her do something if I can't see the screen and point at stuff.
@simX Thanks. Are they using it in addition to or in place of a computer?
Wondering whether an iPad would be good for my grandmother (easier to use, less to go wrong) or a problem (can't screenshare to fix it).
@FogBugz Would be nice if there were keyboard shortcuts to jump to particular fields (e.g. Tags, Bcc).
@rentzsch Please do.
@leebennett Can't sell mine; still have PowerPC customers to support.
This PowerBook G4 display looks dimmer every time I open it.
@wilshipley Kiwi does that.
@Aetles Is there a keyboard shortcut to show a conversation? Looks like I have to double click and then click the right arrow.
@Aetles Hmm. Not sure why I thought that wasn't doing what I wanted, but it does seem to work now. Thanks.
@retrophisch My tweet was referring to Twitter, not Twitterrific.
@runsamok Indeed, I can unfavorite in Kiwi by clicking the star. Menu command and keyboard shortcut don't work, though.
So the problem is that Echofon forgets which part of the window had focus when you hide/show. It always puts the cursor in the compose area.
OK, it looks like Echofon does remember the current position if you Tab rather than Up-Arrow out of the compose field.
@mhenders I was hoping I was missing something. That one little thing is driving me crazy.
@leehinde I tried YoruFukurou. Good features. Nothing wrong with it, exactly, and I might adjust with time, but it just felt very odd to me.
Really liking Echofon except that the triangle "current tweet" marker loses its position when I bring it to the front via the hotkey.
@Aetles "Hide Seen" is a neat idea. But no in-window search in Nambu, it seems.
@dnanian Cool. Glad to see Twitter has a search field, even if it's invisible.
@nikf Thanks for the tip.
@petermaurer Did not know about that one. Thanks.
@tingham Not sure if you're being facetious, but I actually like seeing them in the browser.
@mhenders No. Should I?
@tingham Hibari opens twitpic links in the browser.
Kiwi: Unread tracking. Top tabs and saved searches are nice but overflow. Real scroll bar. I like the Pure theme. Can't unfavorite.
Hibari: Clean UI. Real scroll bar. In-window search. Saved searches in main timeline. Compose pane. No multi-accounts (yet). No real names.
Twitterrific: Great themes. Persistent searches, favorites, and trends in sidebar. Awkward multi- accounts. Not enough keyboard shortcuts.
Twitter: Great keyboard control. Good multi-account support. Over-the-top UI. Forces URL shortening and "smooth" scrolling. No real names.
@natevw Does it work with __import__()?
@luciuskwok YMMV, but I recently stopped doing that, and no one seemed to notice. Before, when I stopped for a while, I would get requests.
@dnanian This is week 3 or 4 for me. Fingers crossed.
Adding a trivial question to the vBulletin registration seems to have really cut down on the spam accounts, without manual moderation.
@danielpunkass That's the plan. We'll see.
Rejected for symbols in the PyObjC static libraries that my app never uses. And PyObjC is, of course, built into Mac OS X.
The @FogBugz mobile site looks nice, but there's no way to collapse quoted text or reply to inquiries?
@rentzsch Insurance until there's some OS change that breaks it…
@dnanian Wow, that's a huge change in policy.