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

February 2012

@invalidname I found that certain links in my docs were prone to breaking, so now I link to redirectors on my domain.

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@danwood Xcode > Organizer > Devices > Provisioning Profiles. (I bet you thought you could escape that as a Mac developer…)

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@AaronHillegass What guarantees that the UIColor stays around until after the CGColorRetain?

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@danielpunkass I haven’t tried their saag paneer yet, but I’ve found this book to be a great intro: http://t.co/kq6WHdhT

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@stormchild @danielpunkass Fine. Mostly it’s the number of files (49K) that matters. But I’m impatient, so working on some major perf stuff.

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@danielpunkass Thanks for inspiring me to put my 180 GB of Aperture masters under EagleFiler management. Should lead to some feature ideas.

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@siancu @schwa I’d like to make it easier, but I believe you can run readability, Select All, and then import via the EagleFiler service.

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@nriley Which app? Right-clicking is working in title bars for me.

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@adamengst They ask you to file a bug for what you need, but it certainly doesn’t sound like they plan to address it before June 1.

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@radian How do you recommend handling command-line tools that receive string paths as arguments?

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eaglefiler EagleFiler 1.5.9 improves importing from Apple Mail, captures from Hibari, adds Developer ID, printing, and more: http://t.co/kBSEidWG

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@retrophisch The link just goes to your wishlist.

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@danielpunkass @stevenf EagleFiler has thumbnail icons for photos and makes their metadata searchable. If you want more, let me know.

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@danielpunkass Maybe you just have good instincts for which parts are likely to benefit from testing.

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@uliwitness It was great because you could use curly quotes outside and then not have to escape the straight ones inside.

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@eridius Didn’t curly quote strings work in Frontier or HyperCard or something?

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I love my Kindle, but it's the only Wi-Fi device where I have to manually set the time, and adjust it twice a year for daylight savings.

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@siegel To avoid being taxed by the Japanese govt, you have to prove that you pay taxes in US. http://t.co/oosrn9qY

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@fetchguy Just got mine this year; IRS was a couple months faster than last year. (One of my other resellers does want a new one each year.)

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Apple told me that it’s enough to send them the residency certification (Form 6166) for Japan tax withholding once, not every year.

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@petermaurer Plus, this seems to be against the App Store Review Guidelines, yet Apple approved the app.

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@nothirst Congrats. Please note that the Help command opens a non-existent URL.

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dropdmg DropDMG 3.1.2 improves support for Growl, fixes a few bugs: http://t.co/z90cAfN6

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@nriley I think it’s required unless you implement the “group”/header styling yourself. Maybe iTunes still uses its own framework.

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@stormchild Alas, hover-to-discover used to be restricted to Web and Windows apps.

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Lion's rollover source list header “Show” buttons seem to be a failure. Lots of customers think their collapsed mailboxes have been deleted.

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@reitshamer And yet they rejected a third-party calendar app for having too much latency.

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@danielpunkass Yeah, for @rentzsch’s problem my approach would be to replace with a single frame. For me, it was better to parse GIF myself.

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@rentzsch Aha. I think I have an ancient radar against -setAllowsAnimatedImages:, too.

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