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

March 2013

Now using both Tweetbot for Mac (since it supports syncing) and Hibari (since it supports a unified search timeline).

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@smorr Reduced chance, yes, but it seems to happen in practice. Maybe because the network is slow/unreliable.

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@smorr Since it doesn’t know about transactions, problems occur if you made changes on multiple Macs within a short period of time.

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@smorr And I’m not sure the mobile document model really makes sense there. Maybe that explains the unreliability of Mail’s syncing.

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@gparker Ah, yes, it dereferences. Thanks.

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@gparker How does just changing the isa cause self to change?

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@dinh_viet_hoa Yes, this is a poor user experience. It forces a choice every time, and the user may not even use iCloud with TextEdit.

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@danielpunkass Seems like this bug has been recurring for years.

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@tofias I’ve not heard of new sandboxing problems in 10.8.3, but there are still lots of unfixed issues.

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Disappointed that Mac OS X 10.8.3 didn’t fix the double-Dock-icon bug for LSUIElement apps.

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@wildchocolate I’m amazed that it works for you given the issues @siegel mentioned.

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@WriteUpApp Any progress getting that to work on iPhones?

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@inik @danielpunkass @ameaijou I like the way the DH shared hosting works, so for me that was a plus.

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@danielpunkass @ameaijou I think that’s right. Also, if you get the VPS, which is inexpensive, you don’t have to worry about neighbors.

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@dhh Apple used to boast about JDP awards in the mid-90s.

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@nriley In that vein, I recently got quick, friendly, and accurate support on @TextExpander.

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@macgenie Thanks. BTW, I’ve seen articles describing the changes in PDFpen 6, but do you have a page on your site with the list?

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@macgenie @drdrang Odd. I’ve seen that a lot with LSUIElement apps since 10.8.2, but PDFpen isn’t.

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@macgenie What happened to the Cloud Access app?

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@sethdill Yep. So error-detection, Git, ZFS, etc. are broken for an infinite number of inputs…

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@rentzsch Like a real desktop. Take things out of your folders to work and then Put Away when you’re done.

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@rentzsch Didn’t it used to work for items on the desktop, too?

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@siegel Looks like your shell prompt is so long that you ran out of memory. :)

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@schwa Doesn’t some of the App Store stuff need Java?

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Why can’t Mail remember the column order when switching from/to classic layout?

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@danielpunkass Makes me wonder: maybe it’s better to archive MAS apps that were downloaded inside VMware. Then they could run anywhere…

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@crankymacdev @danielpunkass I buy from the developer where possible, but some are unfortunately MAS-only. Or, I suppose, if you need iCloud

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@danielpunkass Yeah, hopefully this Mac won’t break. I doubt Apple would re-supply the receipt.

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@boredzo Wasn’t that added last fall, only it didn’t work reliably?

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@kevinwalzer Yeah, I’ve been happily using NetNewsWire with no syncing for all these years.

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@jmenter Is stat() still 4x faster if you use NSFileManager’s pre-fetching?

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@bynkii Preaching to the choir. Current issue is that Mail is claiming that a script isn’t in the “Application Scripts” sandbox folder.

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“To see sample scripts for Mail, open the AppleScript dictionary for Mail.” Where? (from http://t.co/otef30gVP1)

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@mhenders Yes, I assume that for whatever reason she doesn’t want to say what it is.

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