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

May 18th, 2012

@mmunz In hindsight, it’s not clear to me that working on Mac App Store stuff was a better ROI than regular dev work. Certainly was less fun

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@mmunz @petermaurer Rhetorical. I don’t. Now it’s a question of whether to remove features and try to work around the bugs, or to eject.

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@petermaurer Yes, shall we duplicate all those bug reports filed last summer on the new feedback form? https://t.co/VcW4Zlsx

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@ccgus Same here. It also works to use a nib compiled on 10.7.3.

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@ccgus No crashes. I’m getting solid white for the very first displayed page. And occasional 80-pixel black squares drawn atop the content.

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Setting the view, in code, to not draw concurrently has no effect, but [window setAllowsConcurrentViewDrawing:NO] fixes the problem.

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PDF display bugs on 10.7.4 seem to be due to ibtool silently setting the PDFDisplayView in the nib to draw concurrently.

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@petermaurer Perhaps. Is hope improvement or the lack of further regression?

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@lexfri @petermaurer @danfrakes It sounds like both you and TUAW did the right thing here, although now I think they need to follow up.

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@lexfri @petermaurer @danfrakes I respect that. I’m just saying that from the outside this “whole story” amounts to “She said. He said.”

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@petermaurer @danfrakes @lexfri To me, “the whole story” would include identifying your source and explaining why TUAW’s source was wrong.

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