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

October 23rd, 2013

@mpweiher Then perhaps a greater chance of it getting fixed!

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@ClarkGoble Have you tried the Super Cache plug-in?

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@kevinwalzer My experience has been that customers love AppleScript support in apps.

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Incidentally, what’s up with Preview’s AppleScript support. In 10.9 it finally has NSAppleScriptEnabled set, but there’s no dictionary.

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@kevinwalzer @ClarkGoble Just certain apps. At the OS level AppleScript is improved.

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Glad to see that @ClarkGoble’s post is getting enough attention that his database server can’t keep up.

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@concreteniche I never actually scripted iWork since Pages and Numbers didn’t meet my needs in the first place.

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@nriley Cool. Much easier than the old way of writing handlers with interleaved parameters.

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@danielpunkass Yes, they broke lots of scripts that used to work.

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Mail in Mavericks still supports AppleScript, but moving messages via AppleScript sometimes now takes several seconds vs. instantaneous.

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@nriley This is only for special AppleScriptObjC scripts, right?

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@Catfish_Man @bridgermax And, it seems, no second Dock if it’s on the side.

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@bwebster Finder and Activity Monitor windows have glitches, too, though presumably not due to Auto Layout.

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@nriley Yes, Daring Fireball looks much worse in Safari on 10.9 than on 10.8.

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@landonfuller According to the marketing, Mavericks is all about power users.

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Went to System Preferences to check the font settings, and it’s all messed up. pic.twitter.com/3p9OzPANPA

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Not sure why, but anti-aliased text (especially in in Mail and FogBugz’s Web site) looks much lighter/fuzzier since updating to Mavericks.

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Mavericks is prompting me for every e-mail password that was already in my keychain and adding it to the new Local Items keychain.

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@gparker @viticci Indeed, it looks like this was fixed in Mavericks (which I was installing while reading the review).

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@viticci Right. The status bar doesn’t update in Reader (Safari 6.0.5).

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Was going to try reading Siracusa’s review in Safari reader, but it doesn’t show URLs on mouseover.

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@danielpunkass @anildash Agreed, but the real problem is that the people at the top have never cared much about AppleScript.

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@danielpunkass I misunderstood. So you can DM anyone now, even if they don’t follow you? Aside from discretely reporting typos, sounds bad.

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@danielpunkass @anildash From what I’ve heard, Apple doesn’t really dogfood iWork, except for Keynote. So maybe they don’t need alternative.

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@anildash @danielpunkass AppleScript has been near death for probably 15 years, but nothing’s come along to replace it…

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@mhenders Then you wouldn’t normally see SpamSieve’s colors, right? I guess Mail now shows junk as brown when its own filter is off.

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@mhenders Looking into it. This did not happen for me with the betas. May be that the junk status (SpamSieve marks as junk) overrides color.

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@drdrang I’m pretty sure there’s another Apple example (where AppleScript was eventually added back), but I can’t recall it right now.

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@drdrang Xcode, plus some third-party apps like NetNewsWire.

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