@nriley And voila. Love these KB pages that make you copy and paste a URL and then do a search, instead of just linking to the page.
@nriley That page is a 404.
@brentsimmons I keep thinking I’ve received the last one, then an hour later another comes in.
@rentzsch Did you run into regressions in NSImage, too?
@IAmReynolds Sure, I’d be interested in trying that.
I haven’t fully investigated yet, but the Dock menu Hide command doesn’t hide some of my NSPanels, perhaps related to Spaces settings.
@studiomondeo That changes Hide to Hide Others. I’m talking about the difference in which app windows are hidden.
Learn something new every day: the App menu > Hide command is different from the Dock menu > Hide command.
@_karsten_ Agreed. Confused me at first, but now that I know what it’s doing I like it.
Pleased to see that the Mac App Store review process only took 2 days this time.
An AppleScript to open the selected Hibari tweet in your browser: http://t.co/68BuYU7F
@danielpunkass I’m really liking it so far. And can probably work around the few niggles using FastScripts.
@HibariApp Congrats! Downloading now.
@bwebster I like the full-sized one, too, but fn/control position and static electricity made me switch to wireless.
Fixed certificate problems by revoking, re-creating (making sure to put "Dev Key", not my name, in the Common Name), and copying private key
@bwebster That's one of the reasons I switched to the Bluetooth keyboard.
@wbyoung Did you just generate a new one, and it worked?
@fetchguy I was using my same certificate from early last year, same build script, same version of Xcode as when it worked. Trying fresh one
Ah, the dreaded Mac App Store certificate errors. Time for some voodoo.
@reitshamer I don't think I've blogged about it yet.
@reitshamer That's exactly what I'm doing, except with multiple clones.
@schwa Well, some important stuff just plain won't work. For example, sudo, hdiutil, probably some other interesting filesystem commands.
@schwa Have fun with those temporary entitlements.
@schwa As in letting the user type in a shell command? You can run files you have access to, but they're limited in the same way as your app
@siracusa Good question. But I think iBooks is automatically worse since you can't get at the text of your highlights.
@qaptainqwerty That's an interesting mechanism for trials.
@jsnell I agree with that formulation. But I thought I saw lots of talk about how one never needs to use the multitasking bar at all.
No more snickering about Geniuses and quitting apps, because it really works for iBooks 2.
@adamengst I've done that a few times as well. It fixed other problems with textbooks. Worth one more try, I guess.
@adamengst I'll take your word for it. On my iPad 1, landscape mode is an inoperable linen background.
@PaulTopping Figured as much. Glad to see that Apple intends for it to work, though.
@adamengst iBooks textbooks are paginated for you? I just get one long scrolling view.
@MathType Any comments on how it works with iBooks Author? Limitations? Tips?
@_karsten_ It does appear in the Help now; maybe some of the help content had to be downloaded. The screenshot is actually of Pages.
@_karsten_ Hmm. I wonder why searching for "equation" wasn't bringing up any hits before.
@danwood plutil -lint
I rebooted again, and now the sample iBooks works. Weird that you can't turn pages, though.
Interested to see the quality of the math typography. iBooks Author doesn't seem to have an equation editor…
@nriley I wonder if it's because I didn't buy the books, just downloaded the samples.
@nriley I saw the download progress bars complete. Don't see any other progress bars.
So I installed iBooks 2, but the textbooks I tried simply don't open. They just darken a little when tapped.
@lexfri Yup, I've pointed some customers to your article, and they said that helped. Thanks.
@danielpunkass Yep, I've seen a couple reports of this with my non-iCloud-using apps.
@jnouwen Yeah, I find that I'm using that recent docs bar more than regular Exposé these days. Pity that it ignores Fitts's law, though.
@mattgemmell Yeah, projects don't really work for random files. I also like an "Application Windows" hot corner and LaunchBar (on BBEdit).
@mattgemmell This is one of the reasons I like projects.
BBEdit marker scripting was the missing ingredient for my reStructuredText language module. Regenerate heading marks in attachment script.
Seems like fewer and fewer New Yorker articles are free on the Web. Wish I could just pay for true Web access instead of print or Kindle.
@danielpunkass Cool. (Guess you didn't deliberate as long as Steve.)
My FogBugz "Unable to read data from the transport connection" errors getting mail from DreamHost were fixed by switching from POP to IMAP.
@zorn Most of my disputes turn out to be the customer not associating the charge with the product that they meant to buy.
@marcoarment About half the disputes end up getting settled in my favor.
@macgenie I'd like to know how to do that, too.
@jablair For me it shows up as $3.39 with free shipping or $0.27 with $2.99 shipping. Bought in 2007 for $10.68 including shipping.
@jablair I've bought it, too, although I don't think it was $0.27 at the time…
@schwa That happened to me yesterday. Wouldn't empty the trash, either. Restarting helped.
@jimcorreia I'm glad I had Screen Sharing yesterday; never would have guessed that Grandma had typed her recipient in the mail server field.
@paulhagstrom He was a guest lecturer for a couple of my classes in 1998–99. May have been semi-retired already. Good-natured fellow.
@paulhagstrom Cool. What an inspiring teacher.
@invalidname A useful Mac App Store review. Wow.
@siracusa Thanks for both podcasts.