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

February 2014

Impressed: Command-dragged in Finder to move a playing movie file to other drive. QuickTime Player window updated to point to the new file.

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@drwave I’ve heard that Bluetooth has higher latency.

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I don’t understand why the iCloud Tabs button in Safari is in the main toolbar rather than in the Favorites Bar by the Bookmarks button.

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@optshiftk @gruber Yep. So either you allow for weird behavior like this or you drive people crazy by rarely ever showing 100%.

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@optshiftk @gruber It just feels strange that 100% is not 100%. Everything is an estimate.

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@optshiftk I can see how the estimate could go up if there are fewer processes running after the reboot.

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@gruber I should probably turn off the percent indicator, like I do on my Mac and phone, so that I don’t worry about the charge details.

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@iljawascoding No, because that won’t help on customers’ Macs (unless I can tell them to run those sudo commands).

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It seems that the “storeagent: Unsigned app” bug is still not fixed in Mac OS X 10.9.2. Fresh downloads from the MAS don’t consistently run.

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Updated iPad mini to iOS 7.0.6 OTA while unplugged. Somehow it now has 100% battery instead of 97%.

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@cjwl OTA. Wired updates are slower, but they seem to be more reliable.

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So apparently the iOS 7.0.6 update bricked my dad’s phone.

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spamsieve SpamSieve 2.9.13 is now available with support for Mac OS X 10.9.2, faster training from Apple Mail, and more: c-command.com/blog/2014/02/2…

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@optshiftk It does that when there’s a network error. Probably not actually related to password.

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@weldon Is there a non-Java version available (yet)?

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@flargh The nice thing is that CrashPlan uninstall/reinstall is about as quick as can be.

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Mystery to me why a fresh CrashPlan install on clean Mac didn’t work, yet an uninstall/reinstall did. But…it’s working now!

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“Fill Down” for dates in Numbers ’13 seems to be busted.

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@dnanian This has happened to me with about 6 destination drives on at least 3 Macs. :( Anyway, I’ll just use other software going forward.

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@dnanian Just regular erase, but I did a full scan for bad blocks.

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@dnanian Just that it was starting the backup. UI said it couldn’t create the backup folder, which is what it often says. Perms seem OK.

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@dnanian “Backup failed with error 2: 2”

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@marczak I kept thinking it would be sufficient for this super simple case. Clearly a mistake.

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@marczak Yep, already using CrashPlan and Arq on my main Mac. I think I’ll have this other Mac CrashPlan to the main Mac.

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You have failed me for the last time, Time Machine. Clean system install. Newly formatted backup drive. No excuse to not be able to back up.

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@crashplan Non-standard sorting in the “Change File Selection” window makes it harder to find things and shows lack of attention to detail.

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@flyosity They look neat, but the print quality is much lower than with a regular paper print.

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Really inspires confidence that CrashPlan file list sorting is case-sensitive.

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@henry_maddocks So you don’t modify the versions after sharing? And you hope that it doesn’t download anything that messes up your library?

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@henry_maddocks Are you implying that Aperture has a built in way to export to Flickr without syncing?

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@henry_maddocks Yes, but it also gets stuck uploading, is less flexible, and the “sync” approach is really scary.

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Aperture’s keywords are only minimally AppleScriptable: no full list of them, “parents” property is a tab-delimited string, “make” to assign

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FlickrExport keeps hanging Aperture. Looked into uploading manually, but there doesn’t seem to be a way to export with tag hierarchy.

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Another new PayPal homepage design. Still the same old slow main interface.

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“iOS Note: If the Mail app is not installed, clicking a mailto URL displays an appropriate warning message to the user.”

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@arqbackup Great! How does that interact with Glacier’s early deletion fees?

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@arqbackup Does your “New Approach to Glacier” in Arq 4 automatically prune old Glacier commits, like with S3? haystacksoftware.com/blog/2014/02/a…

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@arqbackup The link on the site downloads 3.3.3.

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