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

April 2014

@fet @siracusa @atpfm Thanks. That was my first reaction as well. cc @ATPMezine

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@_matthewpalmer @brentsimmons With auto-layout, I'm tempted to build everything in code: factor out commonalities, share stuff between apps.

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@hidvorak Whereas, I used (OO 3) to be able to close a document today, open it tomorrow, and have the window open in the same place.

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@hidvorak My understanding is that your intended behavior is that there's no state restoration for documents except between quit and launch.

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@hidvorak Unchecked. But I'm talking about window positions for documents that were not open when I quit. Support told me you removed that.

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@wklj Previous versions remembered the state of all documents, in the prefs, so they could be different on different Macs.

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@wklj It's doing this using the system state restoration, so I can't imagine how that would work over OmniPresence.

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@wklj That's strange because I was told that, by design, OmniOutliner 4 only remembers windows that were open when you quit.

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Disappointed that after 5 updates OmniOutliner 4 still can't remember window positions. With seemingly all prior versions this just worked.

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@FogBugz Sad to see that {firstname} doesn't work without the performance upgrade. If that's intentional, it should be documented.

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@FogBugz Sounds great. Looking forward to my site getting the new version.

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@FogCreekStatus @FogBugz No more BugMonkey requirement for {firstname}?

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@betalogue Yeah, Finder resuming worked for me until they added the system-wide feature, and it's never worked since.

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@eschaton Do you mean prefix Dylan? GOO uses Lisp syntax.

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@leebennett Isn't that how iPhoto does albums, too?

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Looks like Flickr sets just got renamed to albums.

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@rentzsch It used to include just the pointer value for the userInfo. Changed in 10.8, I think.

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@foresmac @rentzsch Objective-C only uses exceptions for programmer errors, and the frameworks aren't exception-clean.

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@foresmac @rentzsch I see that, but is that a big win other than allowing you to have non-error nil results?

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@foresmac @rentzsch Yes, we're assuming that tuples can store nil.

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@foresmac @rentzsch Not seeing how your example is different. In Cocoa, the result isn't always a BOOL. Is testing "error" that much better?

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@FogBugz Safari support, buggy linkifier, slower full page loading, sporadic index problems causing cases to be hidden, keyboard shortcuts.

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@FogBugz Awesome. Been wanting something like that for years. Any hope to get it in the non-Performance UI?

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Should have just gone with electrical tape to begin with.

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Booted a Lion VMware to run the old AirPort Utility to turn off the base station light, but I misremembered and you can only make it flash.

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@danielpunkass But does Stripe have a video in the background of their login screen?

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@SteveStreza @optshiftk Although I feel like with Auto Layout it's now easier to generate views programmatically to reduce repetition.

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Biggest spam problem with forum is not spammy posts but high server CPU load. register.php is by far the most popular file on my site.

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