It also gave me an error about not being able to purchase (I was updating) because I was using a sandbox account (I wasn’t).
Mac App Store won't let me update apps. pic.twitter.com/HHHaB1jwMd
@danielpunkass Or, rather, it looked like it worked because validation with clock set ahead worked. But the testing sandbox didn't work.
@danielpunkass I think I just double-clicked the .cer file and accepted the default, which didn't work.
@danielpunkass Thanks! Crucially, you have to install it in the System keychain, not your user or other keychain (even if they are unlocked)
@wklj Thanks for the tip, but that doesn't seem to be the issue here.
@wklj Could be the font rendering because the fonts look similar when zoomed in.
@wklj You don't see a difference between the November vs. December/January statements?
@joesteel At first I thought it was due to a change in 10.11.3, but the November PDFs still look fine. The PDF Producer is unchanged.
Not sure what changed, but PDFs for Chase credit card statements are now unreadable in Preview unless you zoom way in.
If it takes a day for a build to “process” after you upload it but before you can submit, that should count towards the review time.
@simX After I swipe from the lock screen to the keyboard, I have to swipe back left and then right again, or else the Shift key won't work.
@_rbritton I've called several times about this, but they say that for this particular issue they can only help me via iTunes Connect.
This is not the worst bug in the world, but it’s been a thorn in my side every time I use my iPad for 4+ months.
@bmike No, haven't seen that before.
iOS 9.2.1 update worked on the iPhone, but still has the bug since 9.0 where the Shift key doesn't work when entering password until swipe.
@t0mat0 Yeah, that works, but I'm hardwired from years of LaunchBar (which I still use on my main Mac).
@t0mat0 Yes, but it doesn't seem to ever learn which one should be the top hit.
Not really in a rush except Apple told me that if I don't finish phase 2 of the update within 2 weeks, their DB fix for phase 1 will revert.
Trying to update Banking and Tax info in iTunes Connect Contact Us. Says they will reply in 3 business days. It’s been 2 weeks.
@mjtsai iPad mini with Retina display and no Touch ID.
Updated iPad to iOS 9.2.1, tried to enter password, and keyboard froze with solid colored depressed key.
@mcelhearn I thought they changed that in Yosemite, and it works for other apps: rk for ReadKit, me for MarsEdit.
@janl I was actually trying to make a backup, but because of an El Capitan bug I have to manually mount the drive in Disk Utility first.
Why does typing "du" in Spotlight always open SuperDuper instead of Disk Utility?
First Mail crash with 10.11.3, dragging message from one mailbox to another: "store's state couldn't be changed from opening to opened"
Updated the post on iAds: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/01/1…
@grynspan "Move to Trash" menu command is not enabled unless I select other files and then reselect the first ones. rdar://22990996
Finder’s “Move to Trash” still broken in Mac OS X 10.11.3. :(
@momoney210 I’m glad it was helpful. Thanks for reading.
@mikeash Yep, that’s what happens when I try to print a list, even just of one year.
@jjlin Seems like you’re out of luck if you need to test code that’s not yet approved in the Mac App Store.
@jjlin Yeah, I was more wondering about the Mac, where they don’t say what to do.
@jjlin So you are testing code that’s already been approved in the store?
Given that the MAS test environment still seems to be broken, how are people testing for the certificate expiration? mjtsai.com/blog/2015/12/3…
@GlebBudman What format do you use in that case?
Wow, OmniFocus made it really easy to restore from its automatic backup after I messed things up. And easily synced to all devices.
Trying to preprocess my Info.plist, but it looks like -traditional no longer eliminates whitespace as described: developer.apple.com/library/mac/te…
So far it looks like excluding the folders containing my PDF and Web archive files did prevent Spotlight from trying to index them.
@smorr Yeah. Mail used to run non-full-text queries through SQLite but then switched to Spotlight for those, too. :(
I would disable Spotlight entirely except that Mail requires it. Maybe solution is to put Mail’s data on a separate volume.
Turns out there are also cache files accumulating from the Web archive Spotlight importer.
@jsonbecker How did you prevent the same problem from happening again when Spotlight rebuilt its index?
@mpweiher To be more precise, those numbers were for folders. There were more actual text files inside them, of varying sizes.
@danielpunkass After deleting the cache, I still had 60 GB of index files. Not sure why. It’s usually more like 9 GB for the whole folder.
Tentative solution: exclude the folder with most of my PDFs from Spotlight and then reset it (sudo mdutil -E /).
@dafacto I don’t think so.
Based on the contents of the txt files in the Spotlight cache, I think they were left by /System/Library/Spotlight/PDF.mdimporter
@craigmorgan I’ve already reset Spotlight several times recently because it wasn’t finding things, so apparently the cache issue recurs. :(
The command I ended up using was "sudo du -mrd8 /.Spotlight-V100/|sort -n". After restart, still 60 GB of cache files, one that's 3.6 GB.
Just got the "Startup Disk Is Full" message, so back in a few after I restart.
Thanks, everyone, for your suggestions. Surprised at how many people have seen this problem with different causes.
Looks like the culprit is Spotlight. 2592 files in /.Spotlight-V100/Store-V2/6A539762-515B-41E7-80DC-AF1054850499/Cache/ up to 99 MB each.
@mattgemmell If it’s software update downloads, I can’t find where they’re going. Connected to TM destination and .MobileBackups is tiny.
@mcelhearn Virtual memory swap is only about 3 GB and shows up in OmniDiskSweeper.
@mpweiher Good to know. I don’t seem to have anything big in /var/db, though, according to "sudo du".
@craigmorgan I don’t see any errors in Xcode’s Preferences. Did that show up in Console? Files in regular temp folder?
Not sure where the space is being used. Quitting apps doesn’t help, but it comes back after I restart.
Recurring problem since 10.11: in the morning, I'm down to 1.5 GB of free disk space. Over 100 GB not accounted for by OmniDiskSweeper.
@jsnell I’d be happy to.
Command-clicking the filename in Excel 15.17’s title bar doesn’t work. Right-clicking does, though.
And, again, the El Capitan bug where encrypted external volumes don’t mount or prompt for the passphrase—have to unlock from Disk Utility.
Really sick of this El Capitan regression where PDF pages are displayed in white for a second or two before they draw.
@cwood I'm not aware of a file format for Google Docs, so how do you back it up? Export to .docx?
@etresoft Not this time. My guess is that it would have worked, but I was in the middle of other stuff.
@mjtsai I was trying to partition a hard disk. Defeat?
@nriley No, but I just used diskutil.
@z31r4m That was worked for me in the past, but in this case it wouldn't even erase the disk.
Disk Utility in El Capitan just doesn't work for partitioning. Says it's doing something but just hangs without even unmounting.
@mjtsai Calendar is still going, and up to 6.6 GB of RAM. Time to kill it I guess.
Calendar has been laboring for 10 minutes and 3 GB of RAM to generate a PDF archive of 2015. Progress bar at 0%. (Fantastical can't print.)