@danielpunkass That’s how I started. Highly recommended.
@McCloudStrife The context here is that I don’t think they’ve openly talked about it like that in the past. Focus was on great products.
@nickheer Nothing like seeing it in a tweet to help proofread. :(
@mjtsai Well, the good news is that my Radar got closed as a duplicate.
@rosyna Yep, but I didn’t want to edit the text I was quoting.
@macfixer Turns out that QTX works if you keep the document window open until after the export has completed.
@macfixer QTX. I don’t think 7 is sandboxed.
Thanks, sandboxing, for not letting QuickTime Player export my movie’s audio, saying I don’t have permission for the folder I just picked.
@bwebster I see. Are the checkboxes duplicate UI for the same underlying setting?
@bwebster Do they stay in sync or control different things?
@bradlarson Whereas because Swift provides other benefits, it encourages you to do that redesign. So it kind of is because of Swift.
@bradlarson Was also thinking: I bet you could write a fresh, better Obj-C version today, but there’s no compelling reason to.
@bradlarson Exactly. I let the comments stand because I think the points are valid, but I don’t like the tone.
@bradlarson Sorry about that.
@grynspan Yes. Preview, for example.
@grynspan If the key is always keyAEPropData, I don’t think that will work for me. I need to specify keyAESearchText.
@grynspan Possibly, but I don’t see how to convert my AEKeyDesc to an AEDesc *. What exactly is the format of passThruParams?
@McCloudStrife I agree with most of what Marco says. I think most people are expecting the “bad search-ad system, on top of bad search.”
@grynspan There is NSWorkspaceLaunchConfigurationAppleEvent, but that seems to correspond to the LSApplicationParameters.initialEvent.
@grynspan Yes, how do I specify the AEKeyDesc* inAEParam argument from LSOpenURLsWithRole?
Turns out that there’s -[NSWorkspace openURLs:withApplicationAtURL: …] but it’s not documented. Always check the headers.
@nriley How do you like it otherwise?
@iTod Cool. I hope it continues.
@iTod What is the time period for your data? I had a bunch of quick reviews in 2012, too. Then 28, 7, 41, 61, 4 days, etc. No pattern.
@McCloudStrife Look at the history of the Mac and iOS and where a lot of the innovation has happened.
@leebennett Not peeking?
@maxwellarm Yeah, in practice, this never happened with nibs, though it seems like it could have.
@oluseyidotinfo Only auto layout.
@danielpunkass Probably. The failure mode is bad because it never manifests when running on the current OS version.
I already have a few xibs where I copy in a pre-compiled version because current Xcode messes it up. So those are no longer really editable.
xibs used to just keep working, but lately new Xcode versions cause breakage. Current plan is to never create a new xib again.
@mjtsai There is no mention of labelColor in the xib file itself, and its deployment target is set to 10.6.
Xcode seems to be compiling my xibs to use labelColor instead of controlTextColor, resulting in warnings on 10.9. stackoverflow.com/questions/2750…
@Juanky1503 My guess is that they (whoever is deciding) actually have an interest in showing more games because they sell more.
@stevenf Not that I’m aware of.
@AppleFanboi1984 Do you mean access settings in the menu from the home screen?
@danielpunkass Me, too. I’m guessing the latter. Nearly every Radar I file that is not in open limbo is a duplicate.
@danielpunkass How could a large organization empower someone with that ability?
@mcelhearn Interesting. I haven’t seen others write about that problem. I thought I was the only one pressing it wrong.
@peternlewis Good to know, since I use that. Do you know what the failure mode is?
Apparently the 10.11.4 Gatekeeper pref-pane bug is actually a feature: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/03/3…
@McCloudStrife You seem to be arguing against something that I didn’t say or mean to imply.
@fpillet It worked for me.
@inkandben And, of course, Git supports nested folders.
@inkandben I like having as much as possible under version control. Plus, it also provides sync without needing another server.
@inkandben Mostly. There are a few places where dynamic LaunchBar snippets don’t get entered properly. I’m talking with there support.
@inkandben As it happens, I switched to Git+LaunchBar.
@McCloudStrife Right, but it’s not that simple. Still determines what types of investments will be made. And some devs will walk or fail.
@McCloudStrife Hardware sales matter a lot more to Apple than profit from the App Store.
@McCloudStrife If all the apps are fungible, so is the platform. And shallow apps make the platform less useful, which means less valuable.
@McCloudStrife (a) no point in suggesting something bad for devs. (b) Long-term I don’t think our interests are that different.
@dafacto That’s one of the odd things about this situation: the competing products are multi-purpose, and I already own/use most of them.
@danimal99 Any successful system has to set of the incentives favorably for making good apps.
@danimal99 If it’s not weighed by usage (which would have problems) then what’s to stop an influx of useless apps that just want to cash in?
@danimal99 Do you think Apple Music is a success for smaller musicians?
@danimal99 Hard problem, and good to throw ideas out there. My reaction based on thinking through a few test cases and comparing with music.
@danimal99 Hard to predict the consequences, but my gut feeling is that I don’t like that.
@foltzwerk I believe they did disclose.
@petermaurer Please do. Does it download updated content from your site?
@johnhugg Yeah, I failed the Shibboleth test.
That thing where you type Bruce Schneier’s name very slowly to make sure you get it right, and then it auto-corrects to Schneider.
@McCloudStrife No, I don’t have a watch. That is a surprising finding, though. Everyone I’ve seen talk about this has blamed the CPU.
@danielpunkass Oh. :(
@danielpunkass Just curious: what symptom does Swift libraries being signed with your designated requirements cause?
@_ansonj Yep! And it’s too bad it hasn’t been updated. I really like NSNotificationQueue.
@dafacto I don’t think so, but this is actually one of my issues. Not clear what is changing and what I’d get in new version.
Is there no way to initiate a within-page-search from Safari View Controller?
@dafacto I’m not necessarily opposed to a subscription, but not happy with the way this one is being done.
@dafacto Is there an easy way to do that?
Seems that I can't even launch TextExpander and look at what's new without signing in.
So I went to see how much time TextExpander has saved me, and it says it’s expanded INT_MAX snippets. 10+ years of continuous typing!
@VNewsUV Why do you keep tweeting links to old articles?
@PenLlawen But that was partially because I was not prepared for how bad it would be to hold based on what I’d read.
@PenLlawen Mine did.
@nickheer They should just take the page down if it’s going to be such a joke. Makes them look incompetent.
It does seem like people didn’t stick with 10.1 or 10.4 as long. Doesn’t seem to all be 32-bit Mac’s, either.