@_DavidSmith Or have a search field!
@marcoarment You just have to use the app to remove a computer; doesn’t have to be running on the computer you’re removing.
@grynspan That works if you want to select the full range of clickable text. The modifier would let you select just the range of interest.
When in Safari, I still miss how in iCab you could hold down a modifier key to select clickable text without following the link.
@maxwellarm Haha. The weird thing is that the app is only using 2.5 GB, but the system quickly exhausts 16 GB, plus 9 GB compressed.
Aperture is faster on Mavericks, but it keeps giving me the “Your system has run out of application memory” window, then I have to reboot.
@simX Yeah. Several people thought SpamSieve was marking the messages that color.
@simX I’ve gotten bug reports about that. :-(
With Mac OS X 10.9 being free, it finally happened: more people are now running my apps on 10.6 (12%) than on 10.7.
Since updating to @tweetbot 1.4 (Mac) the tweet text looks much fainter, hardly any black pixels.
It’s been a while since I’ve used the iOS Kindle app. It seems much improved. X-Ray is pretty neat.
@betalogue That’s one of the things that drives me crazy about Word just about every time I use it.
@kevinhoctor Sorry to hear that. You have a great product. Hope you can find a way to get it in the hands of the people who need it.
@waleedswagger Do you mean powering off or erasing all content and restoring from backup?
Updated to iOS 7.0.4, but my iPhone 5s is still unexpectedly rebooting (SpringBoard crash?) every day.
iCloud Reminders does preserve the order across all of my devices.
Is it supposed to be a feature that the order of iCloud Reminders is different for each user sharing the reminders list?
@dnanian Me, too. Good news is that my scripts still work. (For now?)
@dnanian This similar script seems to work fine: tell application "System Events" to get first process whose creator type is "SdPr"
My crashes loading Web archives on Mavericks seem to be due to using NSURLRequestReturnCacheDataDontLoad for the cache policy.
@gparker Wow, turning Smart Copy/Paste *on* does fix the extra space selection in Safari. Thanks so much!
@willco007 Sounds familiar. :(
After restarting my Mac, double-clicking a word only selects the trailing space in Safari (no extensions), not other apps with WebKit.
@_rwatt Edit > Substitutions
@mcelhearn Not that I’m aware of. Pretty clean system. But it doesn’t happen in a clean VMware. Hmm…
@mcelhearn It didn’t used to for me, either, but now it does (in the body of the message).
In Safari and Mail, is there a way to make double-clicking on a word *not* select the following space? I already have Smart Copy/Paste off.
@jsnell Thanks for the review. Sounds like the right iPad for me.
@jsnell 1 GB of RAM?
Disconcerting that when I purchase an app on my iPhone, Apple keeps sending e-mails saying that I’d never used that Apple ID on that device.
@danielpunkass My code doesn’t depend on those, but framework code does. Tried swizzling to break dependencies but ran into trouble.
@danielpunkass Cocoa likes to call NSUserDefaults, which doesn’t like it when there’s no main .app bundle with an identifier.
@danielpunkass That’s what I’d like to do, but I found that a lot of NSAttributedString stuff will crash if it’s not running inside an app.
@gparker Good idea; if I’m ever near a store I’ll ask. The sensor does accept my finger reliably right after training, though.
@gparker I’ve tried 5 times with the same thumb, 5 different fingers, 5 different scans of the same thumb, etc. Perhaps related to dryness.
@siracusa Yes, in Mavericks. :-( Tabs not responding, or even displaying sometimes. Not using Flash, either.
@leebennett The thumb-pause would be OK if it worked reliably, but I go through the fail-5-times-type-anyway dance probably 10 times a day.
Gave up on Touch ID. I was typing my passcode way more often than before (due to no delay), plus all the time spent pausing with thumb.
3.5 years into WebKit2, and Safari still gets borked all the time. Can we just declare this a failure and go back to the version that works?
@edgecasesshow Your Web site seems to be down.
Got what looked like a Notification Center window from the Finder, but Finder doesn’t show in the Notification Center preferences pane.
@leebennett Yeah. I’m glad they didn’t just consider the old redesign done.
Nice that the new Flickr design no longer hides all the metadata below the fold.
@mhenders I only use iPhone ones. Currently I prefer WriteUp.
The HDR button in the iOS 7 Camera app is in a terrible place. People always hit it by accident when holding the phone to shoot.
@leebennett I don’t think that’s correct, since Numbers controls what it puts on the pasteboard, and it worked with previous versions.
@bwebster I tried that, and was also pasting into a plain text e-mail. The plain seems to be wrong.
@leebennett It doesn’t paste properly into other Cocoa apps, either.
And apparently Numbers ’13 can no longer copy/paste Tab-delimited text to Mail. It works via BBEdit, though!
Numbers ’13 can’t even remember the document zoom and inspector state. :-(
@lokiware No, this is with the 10.9 Mail.
@lokiware I mean emptying the trash.
@reppep That stopped working for me with 10.9 until I unchecked “Displays have separate spaces.”
@petermaurer About half were local. IMAP had always been slower but not that slow.
@mhenders Of course. Why not delete them? Mail really bogs down with large amounts of Mail, as do Spotlight and backups.
@BrianSlick A couple times a month.
Deleting 20K messages in Apple Mail. This used to take a minute or two. With 10.9, it’s been 30 minutes and still going.
@thomasborowski Yes, 5s. The 4S never crashed with iOS 7 (and barely at all with iOS 6).
@thomasborowski I also haven’t had a device spontaneously crash/reboot this often since the early 90s.
After rebooting my phone the clock is now synced up.
@maxwellarm I checked it a few times this morning, and the second hand seemed to be about 45 seconds slower than the status bar clock.
The iOS 7 Clock icon shows the time, to the second, but it doesn’t match the time in the status bar! Neither does the World Clock.
@lokiware No, I’ve not seen that before. Please send an e-mail.