Impressed: Command-dragged in Finder to move a playing movie file to other drive. QuickTime Player window updated to point to the new file.
@drwave I’ve heard that Bluetooth has higher latency.
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.
@optshiftk I can see how the estimate could go up if there are fewer processes running after the reboot.
@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.
@iljawascoding No, because that won’t help on customers’ Macs (unless I can tell them to run those sudo commands).
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.
Updated iPad mini to iOS 7.0.6 OTA while unplugged. Somehow it now has 100% battery instead of 97%.
@cjwl OTA. Wired updates are slower, but they seem to be more reliable.
So apparently the iOS 7.0.6 update bricked my dad’s phone.
@mrmachinetool Good luck!
@optshiftk It does that when there’s a network error. Probably not actually related to password.
@weldon Is there a non-Java version available (yet)?
@flargh The nice thing is that CrashPlan uninstall/reinstall is about as quick as can be.
Mystery to me why a fresh CrashPlan install on clean Mac didn’t work, yet an uninstall/reinstall did. But…it’s working now!
“Fill Down” for dates in Numbers ’13 seems to be busted.
@dnanian Pretty much.
@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.
@dnanian Just regular erase, but I did a full scan for bad blocks.
@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.
@dnanian “Backup failed with error 2: 2”
@marczak I kept thinking it would be sufficient for this super simple case. Clearly a mistake.
@marczak Yep, already using CrashPlan and Arq on my main Mac. I think I’ll have this other Mac CrashPlan to the main Mac.
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.
@crashplan Non-standard sorting in the “Change File Selection” window makes it harder to find things and shows lack of attention to detail.
@flyosity They look neat, but the print quality is much lower than with a regular paper print.
Really inspires confidence that CrashPlan file list sorting is case-sensitive.
@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?
@henry_maddocks Are you implying that Aperture has a built in way to export to Flickr without syncing?
@henry_maddocks Yes, but it also gets stuck uploading, is less flexible, and the “sync” approach is really scary.
Aperture’s keywords are only minimally AppleScriptable: no full list of them, “parents” property is a tab-delimited string, “make” to assign
FlickrExport keeps hanging Aperture. Looked into uploading manually, but there doesn’t seem to be a way to export with tag hierarchy.
@arqbackup Makes sense.
Another new PayPal homepage design. Still the same old slow main interface.
“iOS Note: If the Mail app is not installed, clicking a mailto URL displays an appropriate warning message to the user.”
@arqbackup Great! How does that interact with Glacier’s early deletion fees?
@arqbackup The link on the site downloads 3.3.3.
@nriley Great news!