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April 2012

Zap Gremlins FTW.

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@schwa Why don’t you just unsubscribe?

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spamsieve SpamSieve 2.9.1 adds support for Microsoft Outlook 2011 SP 2 (14.2.x), improves handling of damaged files, and more. http://t.co/KoxOOxDh

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@_karsten_ Wow, 15.47 GB. And yet the bandwidth costs are still rather low compared with Apple’s 30%.

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@marczak Thanks. Do people really modify /etc/bashrc instead of adding their own in ~?

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Turns out that Terminal does auto-restore the CWD. But if you override PROMPT_COMMAND you have to call update_terminal_cwd.

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@danielpunkass New windows work for me with “Default Settings” (as they should). Seems like they just didn’t implement for auto-restore.

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@danielpunkass @marczak I don’t think that’s the problem, because it does maintain the same working directory when creating a new tab.

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@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.

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@clarkcox Not that I’m aware of. I did override PS1 and PROMPT_COMMAND.

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@clarkcox I’m just using the default shell.

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@clarkcox It restores mine, too, but only when it’s /Users/mjt.

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@gparker Interesting. You can’t send it a “cd” command? Even if you know you have bash?

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bbautocomplete BBAutoComplete 1.5.4 improves support for TextWrangler, Microsoft Word, adds 64-bit and Gatekeeper support. http://t.co/mwSk6SAW

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@stormchild It isn’t, but it should be. It’s even showing in my title bars.

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@stormchild I’m referring to the grayed text in the window; I think that’s due to Lion.

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On the plus side, auto-restore. Odd that Terminal restores the command history but not the current working directory.

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Seriously getting tired of these Nvidia driver kernel panics. When will 10.6-style stability return?

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@ccgus You couldn’t default the Save panel to the only valid choice?

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@eridius Yes. I like the method; I just don’t understand why @chockenberry called it magic (and a few others have, too).

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@chockenberry It seems like something you could add yourself in one screen’s worth of category code. Am I missing something here?

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@mikeabdullah The main queue or one that you create.

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@chockenberry What’s the big deal compared with queuing the block yourself? I thought it was essentiality a convenience method.

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Two kernel panics in the Nvidia drivers today, so I keep seeing the same unread items in NetNewsWire. Don’t just save at quit!

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@jablair You wouldn’t have that problem if you turned off Mail’s Dock indicator and used SpamSieve’s.

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@rentzsch What do you make with them?

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@ddribin Are you gonna use blocks to make your own object system now?

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@ddribin Fun. (But quite a bit more verbose than the original. :-)

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@jimcorreia :-( iCloud messed up my calendar recently, too. Duplicate events. Missing events.

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@cbowns I did that long ago, and it was closed as a duplicate. But the more the merrier…

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@VTPG @danielpunkass I have that unchecked, and yet the system crash reporter dialog always pops up and asks me to send the report to Apple…

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@drewmccormack Interesting. Where can the user opt in?

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@danielpunkass Last I checked, crash logs were not in the container. Plus, the sandbox prevented my reporter process from launching.

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@danielpunkass Me, too, but I’m thinking of what’s going to happen post-sandboxcalypse when I can’t use my crash reporter.

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Does iTunes Connect ever actually have crash reports for Mac apps? I like to think I write solid code, but was expecting > 0.

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The “Java for OS X Lion 2012-003” page is still showing the SHA1 for the 002 update. http://t.co/uC4PXQiQ

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@siegel @nriley Evan thinks it was Greg’s Buttons.

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@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”.

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@simX I think you have that backwards?

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@simX Yes, although if you have Mini DisplayPort Mac you must choose between an old display and updating your computer to Thunderbolt first.

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@siegel @ccgus The other catch is that a save panel is only OK for optional stuff. Not allowed if it’s to install something essential.

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@ccgus I think we already investigated that and were told No, but let us know if Apple changed its mind.

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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.

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@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.

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@nriley Or maybe Greg’s Buttons/Aaron didn’t handle all the controls at that point?

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@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…

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@jsnell @nriley @bbedit If you like screenshots with square pop-up menus: http://t.co/G7BRDcQS

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TextWrangler is great and all, but I prefer the one with ponies: http://t.co/9Kfnq5Or

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@stormchild There’s also a guy with my name (different middle initial) who’s a journalist.

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@danielpunkass I like the idea in theory, too. Just haven’t seen it executed to my satisfaction yet. Maybe Greenwich plus auto-layout…

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@danielpunkass The burden in terms of your Xcode project? Or checking the layouts?

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@faitherina The successor to the excellent Creative Screenwriting Podcast: http://t.co/qHogl0ik

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@stormchild Yes, the limit applies to third-party apps using their API.

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@zorn Yup. The frameworks should support migration from models built in code, not just saved to disk.

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spamsieve SpamSieve 2.9 adds support for future versions of OS X, improves filtering accuracy, and various other improvements: http://t.co/XgP2vXfu

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