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

November 2014

Bug in Yosemite Mail: search bar covers over the first couple lines of message text.

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@dnanian I meant actual crash logs. So I guess it's not crashing for you, at least.

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@dnanian Really? I'm still getting of crash reports in Mail's Exchange code (mostly assertion failures).

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@dhh Erlang and Haskell are “new”?

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@atomicbird I thought you were going to stop before the word “unit.”

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Mac OS X 10.10.1 seems to have fix the bug where +[NSURL URLByResolvingAliasFileAtURL:options:error:] didn’t work.

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@isaiah I just made a test app with Xcode's Mac Core Data template. External binary storage is in folder adjacent to DB beginning with ".".

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@siegel @atomicbird @jamesdempsey Wow, sounds like a horrible bug. I thought Core Data had lots of unit tests…

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@isaiah Odd. Well, I guess you could use fs_usage or DTrace to figure it out.

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@isaiah Did you check the database itself? I think that option is only advisory, so maybe Core Data chose not to use a separate file.

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@isaiah It's not in a folder next to your database file?

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@danielpunkass Don't mind it at all. Always wanted it topmost but for some reason assumed the list was sorted.

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@danielpunkass Right. I wanted to change the overall default, though, because I like to have Local Drafts selected most of the time.

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Just figured out that I can drag and drop to reorder my blogs in MarsEdit to change the default one for new posts.

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@JonathanHoover Will double check, but I think this was already set up properly as it was working for him prior to iOS 8 and Yosemite.

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A friend wonders why some of his iMessages appear only on Mac and iPad or only on iPhone: “Maybe they are connected to different clouds…”

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@basilshkara This is an odd one because it looks like ToolbarAdvanced.icns does have the 64x64 version in 10.10 (plus a bigger one in 10.9).

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@basilshkara Pretty sure this one was not new in Yosemite.

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milend The 3 key lessons from Mac App Store's troubles fastcompany.com/3038908/app-ec…

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@basilshkara Yeah, I try to do the right thing and use the system images, but some are non-Retina, others are not updated to modern look, …

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@betalogue Yeah, some Safari tabs that I put in the background while loading never actually load until I bring them to the front.

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@peternlewis I was seeing a ton of those, too. Somehow the Yosemite Extension caused more problems than the haxie ever did.

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@siegel Let us know what you get and how it is. My current 30-inch doesn’t seem like it will last until desktop Retina.

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@siegel @attaboy That Monoprice one looks interesting. Same resolution at least.

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bbautocomplete BBAutoComplete 1.5.5 is now available: c-command.com/blog/2014/11/1…

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dropdmg DropDMG 3.2.5 improves support for Mac OS X 10.10, enhances disk image layouts, has better AppleScript support: c-command.com/blog/2014/11/1…

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@simX Yep, it showed up as Uploaded immediately, but took about an hour before it was available to select under Build. Submitted now.

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App Store pre-limbo: binary is confirmed uploaded but can't select build to submit it for review.

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eaglefiler EagleFiler 1.6.3 is now available with improved support for Mac OS X 10.10 and more: c-command.com/blog/2014/11/1…

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spamsieve SpamSieve 2.9.18 is now available with support for Mac OS X 10.10.1: c-command.com/blog/2014/11/1… (cc @MailPlugins)

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@mcelhearn Brushed metal with OS 9 window title bar widgets!

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@BodyofBreen This is not immediately evident because choosing the script file in the open panel grants access for remainder of that launch.

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@BodyofBreen In fact, *all* rule scripts currently have to be stored in Outlook 15's container or it won't even be able to read them.

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@BodyofBreen Hopefully Microsoft will add support for the feature in Mavericks that lets sandboxed apps run scripts that talk to other apps.

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@BodyofBreen Scripts run from the menu can talk to the SpamSieve app, but auto-run scripts from rules cannot.

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@drewmccormack The Dropbox symlink feature can also be really useful.

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@BodyofBreen Outlook 15 AppleScript is a bit more complicated than that. It runs rule scripts in sandbox so they can't talk to other apps.

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@vlade It's under development. No ship date announced.

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@copumpkin @landonfuller It was nice to be able to check the source of the old version when launchd reported weird errors…

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@siegel @dnanian I guess SD is just remembering if it was off and then restoring that if it erased the whole disk?

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@siegel @dnanian Yep, I know about new volumes. SD says it's saving/restoring the Spotlight state. I thought it was turning it off then on.

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@siegel Good idea. Somehow I thought SuperDuper already did that during the backup.

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So it turns out that you're supposed to set translatesAutoresizingMaskIntoConstraints = NO for every view *except* window.contentView.

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@siegel I've been getting multiple sandbox errors per second from mdworker since starting this SuperDuper backup. :(

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Notification Center no longer remembers that I don't want Mail notifications, so I've set Mail to notify for VIPs, of which there are none.

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@jamesthomson @lucvandal Yeah, it seems to mostly be AppleSeed folks.

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@lucvandal @jamesthomson I've had tons of Yosemite beta testers e-mail me not realizing that 10.10.1 is a beta, didn't intend to install it.

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@uliwitness Still had 20 GB free with the swap file. Total private memory in use was way less than the physical RAM that I have.

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@rosyna @simX @mmunz Nope, still had 20 GB of space on the SSD, so I'm not sure why the OS decided to pause all my apps.

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@simX @mmunz My Mac just "ran out of application memory" because Mail was using 61 GB of Memory (but "only" 3.23 GB of Private Memory).

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Seeing weird Clang behavior where it doesn't think that Cocoa classes respond to their normal selectors. Cleaning build folder didn't help.

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@rosyna Does your CPU tab remember to show Private Memory between launches or even tab switches? It doesn't for me?

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@simX @mmunz That has not been my experience. Over the long term, it uses more and more memory and gets slower and slower.

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@simX @mmunz In theory it shouldn't need to page out if there is stuff in RAM that can be purged. Yet in practice it seems to.

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@rosyna @simX @mmunz Because 10.10 Activity Monitor doesn't remember to show the Private Memory column, always moves it back out of view.

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@rosyna @simX @mmunz I usually use Private Memory, but in this case I used Memory.

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@simX @mmunz Important stuff will get paged in, let it swap out the other stuff. Yet, in practice, rebooting always makes things faster.

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@simX @mmunz I remember lots of people telling me that the VM system was smart and not to worry about Inactive.

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@simX @mmunz Also, how do we know it's cache and not leaks? Right now, I have launchservicesd 1.13 GB, SystemUIServer 986 MB, etc. Normal?

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@simX @mmunz Because it's not otherwise inactive. All of my memory is in use right now.

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@mmunz Yeah, it takes about 150 MB when I launch it and then gradually increases to GBs even if I'm not using it.

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@johnbrayton Thanks for writing about your experience. Good luck with the app.

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@fbartho It’s extremely vulnerable except for small files.

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@schwa And why doesn't Reading List support bulk operations?

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