@kevinwalzer Oh well. The sandbox does work with NSURL, right?
@kevinwalzer What kind of drag type did you register for?
@kevinwalzer I thought that was supposed to work. Do you mean drag and drop to the app icon or to a window?
I generally find Excel much more pleasant to use than Numbers, but those drawing artifacts when I resize the window…
@siegel Thanks. I think that’ll come in handy for an aux drive.
@tbridge That’s what I have now. I found that it often spontaneously unmounts.
@kimonostereo Hadn’t seen that one before. Thanks!
@siegel Have you found a good USB 3 drive dock?
It’s not in the man page, but “tccutil reset Accessibility” works.
@danielpunkass Yeah, I often need to view/search attached log and plist files. Or test a different configuration in VMware…
@markbaumann I mean when I’m not scrolling and I press the button in the middle. It does the right thing but the animation looks backwards.
The way Tweetbot loads tweets in the middle of the list makes it looks like it put the new ones below your current position.
@danielpunkass Would be nice, but I haven’t found that iOS has enough screen space to comfortably do tech support with FogBugz.
@basilshkara Various people have asked whether it’s OK when the MAS re-signs it. Apple has been silent. But I’m glad it’s working for you.
@basilshkara Thanks. Do you have to tell your customers to do that? Unfortunately, it didn’t work for me.
“If this happens to you, it seems your only course of action is to not validate the receipt.” (10/17, still broken) furbo.org/2013/10/17/cod…
Sorry to see that Mac OS X 10.9.1 didn’t fix the “storeagent: Unsigned app” bug that affects testing one’s Mac App Store build.
Looks like 1Password 4.1 did add back the ability to search notes. You have to select Search All Fields in the menu. app-updates.agilebits.com/product_histor…
I can’t believe that 1Password 4.1 still can’t search the contents of its notes, or that virtually none of the reviews mention this.
@sethwillits For me, removing the designated requirements arguments from codesign worked around that. (Though that causes other problems.)
@kevinwalzer Sorry to hear that. I wonder how hard it would be to change the directory Tcl uses. Does it use TMPDIR?
@kevinwalzer Ah, yes. Didn’t this issue already come up for you last year?
@kevinwalzer I don’t see a compelling reason to use “open” when LS would work, but I would think it’s safe to run it from in the sandbox…
@tofias That would probably work.
@tofias Not that I am aware of.
@cocoadog Thanks. Those are all great apps that I use on a regular basis.
@jemostrom That’s because Mail’s regular AppleScript is slow in 10.9. Using System Events makes it faster.
System Events takes a while to start up, so Mavericks auto-killing it when it’s idle isn’t the best thing for AppleScript performance.
@danielpunkass I didn’t realize the sandbox was so lenient; assumed it was getting app info from trusted daemons.
@danielpunkass I don’t know. Don’t some apps need to be launched because they provide the dictionary dynamically?
@danielpunkass Right. I assume they specifically allow access to /Applications on purpose.
@danielpunkass “Sandbox: Airmail(75741) deny file-read-data /Users/mjt/Documents/Programming/SpamSieve/build/SpamSieve.app” => error -2741.
So apparently the app sandbox prevents an app from compiling an AppleScript that targets an app that’s not in /Applications.
@danielpunkass Thanks, although now that you posted a screenshot I see a typo. :)
@danielpunkass I’ll let you know how many of them can be factored away when I switch to auto layout. :-)
@danielpunkass Nice post. At what point is it better to just write the constraints in code, where you can factor out the commonalities?
@bbedit Did you change your download server? It seems to be super fast this afternoon.
@rentzsch MotionX-GPS, Gaia GPS, Maplets if you want to use GPS. Though I tend to use GoodReader with a photo of the relevant paper AMC map.
Missing Safari’s address book support: discussions.apple.com/message/235077…
@stormchild No commas, even?