@stormchild Not yet…and my plan for when I do is not to use .xibs.
@mpweiher Got a notification from Amazon that your book is available for pre-order. Are you going to offer a Kindle or iBooks version?
@chiefsucker You can pick any mailbox you want in the rule.
@chiefsucker If you make the conditions of the SpamSieve rule such that no messages match, SpamSieve won't be able to see any messages.
Looks like the reason my app's Mac Outlook script wouldn't compile is that AppleScript was finding the Parallels stub for Windows Outlook.
Added more links about how Objective-C vtable dispatch works: mjtsai.com/blog/2011/06/1…
@chockenberry I was about to do something like this, too. It does appear that the relevant APIs have been deprecated. :-(
@BrianSlick There isn't currently a mechanism for per-library preferences, but I will note that in the feature request.
@BrianSlick OK. The list in the Finder sidebar is configurable, but regrettably the UI for configuring it doesn't scale that well.
@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?
@leebennett I do not. Just trying to search family-only photos for ones of particular people.
@leebennett Not sure. I mostly browse Flickr on my Mac. (Much easier than using Aperture…)
@nickheer Cool. (But I thought the system was "Don't go to the press. That never works."…)
@leebennett I take that back. Flickr tag searching is still broken—it only returns a subset of matching photos.
@leebennett Yeah, they also addressed my original complaint of not showing private photos for the tag.
@basilshkara But no trash cans to put the dirty tissues in…
Deleted one phone number on my Mac, and added another on my iPhone, and now both devices have neither. Thanks, iCloud.
26.4 version of Firefox later, AppleScript support still not restored.
@0xced Unless it's changed recently, I'm pretty sure the build log doesn't always show it.
@arqbackup Thanks for the pointer to Braintree, which I hadn't seen before. Interesting eSellerate-style startup pricing.
@danielpunkass I download the videos and use EagleFiler to keep track of read status and notes on particular sessions.
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.
@siancu Sorry, but I don't post links to Pinboard.
Added a bunch more Swift links: mjtsai.com/blog/2014/06/0…
@optshiftk :-( I meant to say "The *nice* thing about Launch Services was thread safety." NSWorkspace isn't, AFAIK.
@optshiftk The thing about Launch Services was thread safety.
A good use for Nisus Writer Pro's style-sensitive PowerFind: waffle.wootest.net/2014/06/07/ste…
Sounds like my highlights in the Swift book are relatively safe: support.apple.com/kb/HT5477
@cdespinosa Would be nice to have some public API for that sort of thing.
@jimcorreia For yes/no/error or yes/no/not-computed-yet.
@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?
@drewmccormack Also, isn’t ../… in Swift the opposite of what Ruby does?
Here's to the icon for Swift source files.