Zap Gremlins FTW.
@VTPG Fixed; thanks!
@schwa Why don’t you just unsubscribe?
@_karsten_ Wow, 15.47 GB. And yet the bandwidth costs are still rather low compared with Apple’s 30%.
@marczak Thanks. Do people really modify /etc/bashrc instead of adding their own in ~?
Turns out that Terminal does auto-restore the CWD. But if you override PROMPT_COMMAND you have to call update_terminal_cwd.
@danielpunkass New windows work for me with “Default Settings” (as they should). Seems like they just didn’t implement for auto-restore.
@marczak Doesn’t seem to. Could you be more specific? Although the fact that those settings exist casts doubt on the idea it can’t be done.
@clarkcox Not that I’m aware of. I did override PS1 and PROMPT_COMMAND.
@clarkcox I’m just using the default shell.
@clarkcox It restores mine, too, but only when it’s /Users/mjt.
@gparker Interesting. You can’t send it a “cd” command? Even if you know you have bash?
@stormchild It isn’t, but it should be. It’s even showing in my title bars.
@stormchild I’m referring to the grayed text in the window; I think that’s due to Lion.
On the plus side, auto-restore. Odd that Terminal restores the command history but not the current working directory.
Seriously getting tired of these Nvidia driver kernel panics. When will 10.6-style stability return?
@ccgus You couldn’t default the Save panel to the only valid choice?
@chockenberry It seems like something you could add yourself in one screen’s worth of category code. Am I missing something here?
@mikeabdullah The main queue or one that you create.
@chockenberry What’s the big deal compared with queuing the block yourself? I thought it was essentiality a convenience method.
Two kernel panics in the Nvidia drivers today, so I keep seeing the same unread items in NetNewsWire. Don’t just save at quit!
@jablair You wouldn’t have that problem if you turned off Mail’s Dock indicator and used SpamSieve’s.
@rentzsch What do you make with them?
@ddribin Are you gonna use blocks to make your own object system now?
@ddribin Fun. (But quite a bit more verbose than the original. :-)
@jimcorreia :-( iCloud messed up my calendar recently, too. Duplicate events. Missing events.
@cbowns I did that long ago, and it was closed as a duplicate. But the more the merrier…
@drewmccormack Interesting. Where can the user opt in?
@danielpunkass Last I checked, crash logs were not in the container. Plus, the sandbox prevented my reporter process from launching.
@danielpunkass Me, too, but I’m thinking of what’s going to happen post-sandboxcalypse when I can’t use my crash reporter.
Does iTunes Connect ever actually have crash reports for Mac apps? I like to think I write solid code, but was expecting > 0.
The “Java for OS X Lion 2012-003” page is still showing the SHA1 for the 002 update. http://t.co/uC4PXQiQ
@markdorison Yeah, my MBP has lots of life left, but I’ll need a new display soon. Thunderbolt isn’t really in contention, though: no 30”.
@simX I think you have that backwards?
@simX Yes, although if you have Mini DisplayPort Mac you must choose between an old display and updating your computer to Thunderbolt first.
@ccgus I think we already investigated that and were told No, but let us know if Apple changed its mind.
Surprised in the continued interest in BBAutoComplete, so I’m working on the first update in 3.5 years. E-mail if you want to help test it.
@nriley Just checked the timeline, and that review was written pre–Mac OS 8. So with those buttons and window chrome, it has to be Aaron.
@nriley Or maybe Greg’s Buttons/Aaron didn’t handle all the controls at that point?
@nriley Good eye. I noticed that, too, and was trying to figure out why Chicago wasn’t in use. It doesn’t look like Aaron was installed…
TextWrangler is great and all, but I prefer the one with ponies: http://t.co/9Kfnq5Or
@stormchild There’s also a guy with my name (different middle initial) who’s a journalist.
@danielpunkass I like the idea in theory, too. Just haven’t seen it executed to my satisfaction yet. Maybe Greenwich plus auto-layout…
@danielpunkass The burden in terms of your Xcode project? Or checking the layouts?
@stormchild Yes, the limit applies to third-party apps using their API.
@zorn Yup. The frameworks should support migration from models built in code, not just saved to disk.