@mhenders No, didn't win the ticket lottery. (And right now it's probably best for me to stay firmly planted in front of Xcode, anyway. :-)
@mhenders Also, you can only reorder in projects, not contexts, so I like my projects to be of like items, not relying on contexts to group.
@mhenders Right, I don't mix like that. (I did for a couple years but found that it was more work to micromanage the context assignments.)
@mhenders I have several projects of those, in rough priority order. Sequential so only one item is available, and sometimes even deferred.
@mhenders Yes, the best/worst part of OF is that it's so flexible. I use a not-really-GTD system that works for me. It's still evolving.
@mhenders Several ways: different contexts, different project types, defer/due dates, flags. Takes a while to come up with a system.
@mhenders Yes. There are some annoyances, but I like it much better than I expected to.
@mhenders It doesn't seem to be very time consuming. If I'm out, I enter from the receipt (or OmniFocus note if no receipt) when I get home.
@mhenders Yes (like an animal). As they happen. Otherwise it's just skimming, not reconciling, and no way to see what's outstanding.
@mhenders I don't think I have many vendors that map cleanly. For instance, I might buy toilet paper at the grocery store or milk at CVS.
@mhenders And if you aren't entering the information yourself, it's just "reconciling" against the institution's own data.
@mhenders Automatic download has never made sense to me. It will never be smart enough to categorize everything properly.
@mhenders In MoneyWell I have separate buckets for Household Supplies and Clothing.
@mhenders Those apps don't let you assign a category/bucket to each transaction?
Amazon's "Manage Your Content & Devices" page is getting better, but it can only perform actions on 10 items at once.
@bavarious Yup, those are pretty much what I was seeing.
@bavarious I was using the bison that comes with Xcode, which seems to be from 2006.
@bavarious I guess the proper fix here would be to file bugs against bison so that its generated code doesn't trip up clang.
@bavarious I didn't find a good way. The .ym file doesn't change often, so I added the derived file to the project and set its warnings. :(
@bavarious I recently had a reverse Apple glow moment trying to adjust the warnings Xcode uses when compiling generated yacc files.
@nriley That does sound a bit odd. I typically have the whole action selected, i.e. it's not in edit mode.
@nriley Services work for selected text (within an action's name or its notes), but not selected actions.
In OmniFocus 2, system services no longer work with selected actions, so I wrote a script for opening URLs in them: c-command.com/scripts/omnifo…
@discourse Yeah, that's not what I'm looking for. I want to see the topic and use in-page search to jump around.
@discourse What's the best way to report issues? In your forum?
@discourse I'll try that; thanks.
Here's a script to defer the selected OmniFocus actions until tomorrow. With hotkey, easier than clicking +1 button. c-command.com/scripts/omnifo…
Liking some of the changes in the @FogBugz UI update, but Helvetica isn't the most readable on non-Retina displays.
@cparnot I never got a notification from them about the breach. Nothing even when I logged in.
Related, the HDR Auto feature is very conservative about when to use HDR. It usually won't even with bright window behind a dark foreground.
8 months after iOS 7 shipped, the Camera app still can't remember that I set HDR to On. discussions.apple.com/thread/5485315
Why in Flickr's newish design does clicking a tag not show your other private photos with that tag, but rather do a fruitless public search?
@roustem Why are you looking at Web visitors rather than people running your app?
@danielpunkass I think there was also a difference simply when accessing lots of files, though I don't recall the specifics at the moment.
@danielpunkass Sure they do, e.g. if you have an open/save panel with a delegate.
@danielpunkass Like I said, it sounds good. But the current implementation is full of bugs and limitations, plus performance penalties.
@danielpunkass OK then. I don't recall ever seeing that with my apps or others, except for the notorious Apple installer that hated spaces.
@danielpunkass I agree that safety net makes sense in theory, but have you ever actually seen a case where it would have helped?
@jmfd I did, too. But that doesn't seem like a good reason for the System Status to say that it's up.
iTunes Connect is down, but Apple Developer System Status is not showing that. developer.apple.com/system-status/
@drance And now when I hand my phone to someone to take a photo, it often inadvertently comes out square.
@siegel That probably makes more sense now that Xcode has so many other -Return shortcuts for opening editors.
@siegel Well, at least I can bind Control-Command-B to Open with Guess-What.
Seems like there's still no way in Xcode 5 to get the frontmost file via AppleScript.
@bavarious Yes, it's from Finder (10.9.2).
Wonder why sdp generates "- (void) copy NS_RETURNS_NOT_RETAINED;". Even the compiler thinks this is weird.
@betalogue Right. And the order in the left column is alphabetical within each account type (IMAP, Exchange, etc.)
It doesn't look like 10.6.8's Apple Mail uses garbage collection, but maybe a early developer seed did?
Trying to remember why I added "GCC_ENABLE_OBJC_GC = supported" for SpamSieve's Apple Mail plug-in in 2008.
@betalogue Yes, only alphabetical within each account type?
@betalogue I think it's just alphabetical by account description and then, within the account, the order that you entered its addresses in.
@stormchild Yeah, I was surprised at how poorly it worked.
@alldritt My condolences to you and your family. I'm so sorry for your loss.
@peternlewis Not sure. I’ve gotten that error in apps that didn’t call any libdispatch APIs…
@peternlewis I still get those, though less often with recent versions of OS X.
@marcoarment Same goes for AdWords.
Trying to report a bug in Apple Maps, but the feature to drag the pin to the correct location doesn't actually let me drag the pin. :-(
Amusingly, the same trick works around both APIs that over-release and APIs that leak.
Good thing we're still allowed to spawn helper processes.
WebKit crashing because it's accessing an object that it released. Running in a short-lived helper process, so I'll just not drain the pool.
Achievement unlocked: encountered filename whose HFS Plus name is not the same as the string in Normal Form D.