I'm not sure whether it's due to a recent regression, but @FogBugz is currently much faster in Chrome than in Safari.
@smorr I'm using FastMail as a backup. Very reliable, just can't handle volume for primary.
@smorr That’s what I use, although some servers think SES is spam, too, despite their strict policies. Need a backup server.
@siegel 72 MB for LaunchBar RPRVT here (uptime 4 days).
@milend One of the reasons I don't like to reboot is that, for the last several versions, Finder no longer remembers my open windows.
@milend If only we had a modern OS that could manage memory automatically among applications.
@milend I probably reboot at least once a week. More often if the system is warning me about low RAM.
@siegel I thought the logic board was fine in 2012 because I thought 16 GB would be OK for 2–3 years. Wouldn't want to lock that in today.
Surprised that you still can't BTO a MacBook Pro with more RAM than my 2-year-old one has. At least none of the retina ones are still 4 GB.
@olebegemann Nice. The same pattern works well in PyObjC.
@olebegemann Doesn't it do that automatically now? I had to remove that feature from my app to avoid duplicates.
@VMwareFusion OK, I'll stick with the Tech Preview then.
@VMwareFusion The "Clean Up Virtual Machine" button is disabled. Perhaps this is because none of the space is shown as reclaimable?
@VMwareFusion Just got two e-mails suggesting that I upgrade to version 6. If I do, will I have to pay again when version 7 comes out soon?
Had not used @trello because it doesn’t seem to solve a problem that I currently have. Just checked it out; the interface seems very nice.
@VMwareFusion Have you had a chance to look into these issues?
@nuoji Similar pattern could work in Objective-C, too.
I don't understand how storage works in @OvercastFM. Subscribed to ATP, 1 unplayed episode, 3.6 GB storage used, no swipe-to-delete in All.
@macjournals That should be 13.3M for the iPads.
@roopeshchander I think that’s what it said in precious versions, too. Hope they come up with something.
@peternlewis Yeah, still seeing weird bugs with PDFView.
@roopeshchander Yeah. Will be interesting to see how this evolves in Swift. Not sure I like the current way of wrapping in class methods.
@roopeshchander My main issue is that there's going to be 3+ lines of error-handling code for each line that does something that might fail.
@roopeshchander Right. That's why I think there needs to be a better way to do this in Swift.
@roopeshchander Choice between compiler help with safety and avoiding extra indentation.
@roopeshchander That's discussed in the comments.
@roopeshchander Yep. But is The Swift Way good? I’d love to see real examples of what people think is good Swift code for handling errors.
@roopeshchander Yeah, some people won't like that. I think it's worth it, and it's basically the same pattern Apple's macros have long used.
@felix_schwarz Good idea. I think that would work, although it requires more free disk space than I had (or a separate drive).
@roopeshchander How does that work if I'm using "string" multiple times throughout the rest of the method?
To get down to a manageable size, looks like I need to start over. Should probably make separate VMs instead of lots of snapshots.
To compact a drive, I have to first delete all the snapshots? Why do you think I'm using virtual machines to begin with?
I don't understand why it's such a pain to manage VMware VMs. Seemingly no easy way to compact a drive or import from a real drive or .dmg.
@brentsimmons But maybe this is a gray area because NSArray doesn't have -mapWithBlock: built-in.
@brentsimmons I would say best practice is not to use a key when you could call a method (and get better autocomplete).
@brentsimmons I'm horrified because you used -valueForKeyPath: instead of -valueForKey: when you knew it was a single key. :-)
@boredzo It has been unreliable for me since iOS 7. Works after rebooting the phone…
@dokas Glad to hear that. Keep up the good work.
@dokas I can't look at it anymore right now, since the Apple TV keeps giving me the spinner and saying it can't connect to Flickr.
@dokas I meant the thumbs for photos in my albums, not people's profile images. The full-screen photos look good, though.
@dokas I do still see halos of what look like JPEG artifacts around people's heads in the square thumbnails. Could that be my TV?
@dokas I think I may have been misremembering, and it was the iTunes movie "thumbs" that used to look really compressed on Apple TV 3.
@dokas Was it always this way? The quality does seem better than in the original Flickr Apple TV app. Will have to do some more comparisons.
@leebennett Happy belated birthday!
@chockenberry But it's great that they're letting you do it. Hope this is officially sanctioned.
@chockenberry Yes, but the same is true of "PDF Services", and we were told not to save files in that folder even via a save panel.
@danielpunkass Yeah, I assumed that there was some principled reason for not doing it in AppleScript long ago. Anyway, I like the idea.
@danielpunkass Any idea why they didn't do that for regular scripts with AppleScriptObjC?
DNA is a chain. It does not have a core. apple.com/pr/library/201…
@andrewabernathy Yeah, I just tried Lightroom again. Still feels weird, and isn't (really) AppleScriptable.
@kevinhoctor Congrats! Hope you can find a good home for MoneyWell.
@mhenders That would be a nice feature, but I'm not holding my breath.
@mhenders I think they deduct it from whatever they're going to pay the author in the future. Not sure what happens if never sell that much.
@mhenders Shouldn't, but do you really think that's how the App Store would handle this?
@mhenders I can't imagine it *wouldn't* affect the author. (Lose the sale and out the 30%.)
@mhenders I suppose so.