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

June 2014

@stormchild Not yet…and my plan for when I do is not to use .xibs.

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spamsieve SpamSieve 2.9.15 adds support for Mac OS X 10.9.4, improves filtering accuracy, and more. c-command.com/blog/2014/06/3…

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@mpweiher Got a notification from Amazon that your book is available for pre-order. Are you going to offer a Kindle or iBooks version?

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@chiefsucker You can pick any mailbox you want in the rule.

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@chiefsucker If you make the conditions of the SpamSieve rule such that no messages match, SpamSieve won't be able to see any messages.

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Looks like the reason my app's Mac Outlook script wouldn't compile is that AppleScript was finding the Parallels stub for Windows Outlook.

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Added more links about how Objective-C vtable dispatch works: mjtsai.com/blog/2011/06/1…

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@chockenberry I was about to do something like this, too. It does appear that the relevant APIs have been deprecated. :-(

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@bwebster @fatcatsoftware @connectedflow Yay, glad to see that development of FlickrExport will continue.

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@BrianSlick There isn't currently a mechanism for per-library preferences, but I will note that in the feature request.

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@BrianSlick OK. The list in the Finder sidebar is configurable, but regrettably the UI for configuring it doesn't scale that well.

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@BrianSlick I don't think there's currently a preference for that, but I could add one. Why don't you want the tags in the Finder?

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@leebennett I do not. Just trying to search family-only photos for ones of particular people.

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@leebennett Not sure. I mostly browse Flickr on my Mac. (Much easier than using Aperture…)

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@nickheer Cool. (But I thought the system was "Don't go to the press. That never works."…)

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@leebennett I take that back. Flickr tag searching is still broken—it only returns a subset of matching photos.

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@leebennett Yeah, they also addressed my original complaint of not showing private photos for the tag.

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@basilshkara But no trash cans to put the dirty tissues in…

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Deleted one phone number on my Mac, and added another on my iPhone, and now both devices have neither. Thanks, iCloud.

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26.4 version of Firefox later, AppleScript support still not restored.

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@0xced Unless it's changed recently, I'm pretty sure the build log doesn't always show it.

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@pilky @amyruthworrall Yes, but practically speaking frameworks have bugs, and apps are missing features that users want. Dynamism can help.

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@arqbackup Thanks for the pointer to Braintree, which I hadn't seen before. Interesting eSellerate-style startup pricing.

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@danielpunkass I download the videos and use EagleFiler to keep track of read status and notes on particular sessions.

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@pilky @amyruthworrall If you're trying to do dynamic stuff with other people's compiled code, it's easier if they didn't use Swift.

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Was OK using DuckDuckGo for my blog search because when it didn't find something it would link to Google/Bing. Now it no longer does.

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MattGoWrite Hey, our game Penny Press won the Tabletop Deathmatch! youtube.com/watch?v=5gmocg…

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@siancu Sorry, but I don't post links to Pinboard.

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@optshiftk :-( I meant to say "The *nice* thing about Launch Services was thread safety." NSWorkspace isn't, AFAIK.

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@optshiftk The thing about Launch Services was thread safety.

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@reneritchie @danielpunkass Obviously that rule has always been selectively enforced. Taken literally it would ban any app with net access.

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@reneritchie @danielpunkass The rule simply refers to downloading. Especially pernicious because of the duality between code and data.

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@reneritchie @danielpunkass No fan of the randomness, but I think the rule itself is more terrible. Apps not allowed to download text files!

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A good use for Nisus Writer Pro's style-sensitive PowerFind: waffle.wootest.net/2014/06/07/ste…

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Sounds like my highlights in the Swift book are relatively safe: support.apple.com/kb/HT5477

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@optshiftk @cdespinosa Aha. I thought he was talking about like in Mail where you get an app-specific Time Machine interface.

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@cdespinosa Would be nice to have some public API for that sort of thing.

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@VTPG @Catfish_Man And presumably lots of other abstractions that you would need macros for in other languages.

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@jimcorreia For yes/no/error or yes/no/not-computed-yet.

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@mpweiher Haven’t read it all yet, but that seemed worrying. If want to write the next Core Data, do I need to use Objective-C?

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@drewmccormack Also, isn’t ../… in Swift the opposite of what Ruby does?

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Here's to the icon for Swift source files.

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