@notio Looks like I didn't fare too badly once I found the right phrase to Google. Will take a while to resync IMAP, though.
The normal Apple Mail database rebuild didn't restore accounts. What did was deleting the Container.plist file in Mail's sandbox container.
Not sure what happened, but Apple Mail just spontaneously lost all my mail accounts (even though they are still in the prefs file).
Closed comments on a few popular (but old) blog posts, and comment spam cut by 3/4.
@westy2018 What do you mean? The description in iTunes says it edits.
@mattt With that cover, I'm expecting some great footnotes.
@jimmyjamesuk123 You're right. The iPad-specific single apps are much bigger.
@jnouwen Probably most of it. But it's relevant since I use neither, and it was filling up my phone.
Microsoft Office for iOS is 58 MB. Pages alone is 266 MB.
@0xced Hasn’t that always been the case with macros back to GCC?
@brentsimmons What if, instead of passing an NSDictionary, you passed a smart object (à la NSCoding) that had the collection methods?
@danielpunkass I do that as well, for a backup and for when FogBugz can’t reach server, and also manually Bcc every sent message to myself.
@myvanity Not sure what attachments have to do with it. I’m referring to text that’s hidden even though it’s in both alternatives.
Disappointed that FogBugz still doesn’t handle multipart/mixed. I keep having to check whether I’m only seeing part of the customer e-mail.
@maxwellarm As I recall, the classic version of Nisus Writer supported that.
@maxwellarm Haha. Actually, it would be pretty neat to be able to export in a VCS format to record the history of the database.
Nice to see that MoneyWell can now export reports as CVS (not just PDF).
@notio When I sort the 10.9 Activity Monitor by Disk, Mail always has by far the most activity. Beats mds, MediaLibraryService, and backups.
@gparker In practice, with the current NSArray implementation, but the documentation does not actually promise that.
@basilshkara It’s OK. Just doesn’t seem to be improving and isn’t available on iOS.
@basilshkara I found that SearchKit worked but leaked when indexing.
@brentsimmons Agreed. (And someMethod does not have to be main thread only.)
@brentsimmons Perhaps worth noting that you can’t use NSLock for that pattern because unlock would be in a different thread than lock.
@rosyna I think that was just for digital content, not apps.
@dnanian Not great for multiple people accessing the same database.
@dnanian True. Although the online version at least makes it easy to work on your data from multiple locations.
@hidvorak Didn’t realize you were at Omni. Thanks, at least, for definitively answering that question for the rest of us. :-)
@hidvorak I don’t believe it ever did. What you cannot do is give a discount on the direct version if purchased previous version in MAS.
TurboTax is one of the few apps I’ve seen where the Mac App Store version is more expensive than the direct one.
@olebegemann Just certain books? It’s worked for me in the past.