@grynspan Not crashes, hangs. Yes, it’s when actively sending an Apple event. Rebooting seems to fix it.
@grynspan I’m afraid you’re right.
@grynspan AESendMessage is part of CoreServices and has no replacement API. I assume lots of non-deprecated stuff is built on it.
@bwebster Neither the sender nor the target is sandboxed.
@bwebster Currently, several customers are seeing this targeting SpamSieve from various apps. I haven’t reproduced it here yet.
@bwebster Thanks. Restarting the Mac seemed to help one user’s AESendMessage problem. Haven’t heard back from others yet.
@grynspan Why is that a mistake? Known issues on 10.8?
@cortig I don’t see any of those. Are they in /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/?
Also seeing weird hangs in AESendMessage starting with OS X 10.8.2.
@simX And sometimes I can get a blue screen if I unplug/replug the Thunderbolt. Very strange.
@simX It’s showing frozen screensaver with frozen mouse. (Which means it froze in the short interval before Energy Saver would kick in.)
Not sure what’s going on with OS X 10.8.2, but this was the third time it wouldn’t wake from screensaver. No kernel panic logs.
@cocoalabs Yesterday my dad asked me how he could downgrade to iOS 5. (He’d tried the new Maps app.)
@pilky Yeah, you’d think the Mac App Store would use Notification Center. :-(
@danielpunkass I think this may have been in Lion. But, yeah, it’s nice.