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

October 28th, 2013

@nkt0 @drewmccormack Does the live collaboration work in the apps? I thought it was just on the Web.

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@fetchguy It seems to happen for apps where I normally mix windows between displays, e.g. Mail’s Activity window on aux display.

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So, surprisingly, I find multi-display support to be worse in Mavericks. Apps no longer remember which display a window was on.

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@dlpasco I found that for my simple spreadsheet, Google Docs worked better on the phone.

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@bergmayer At first glance, not really, but let me know if you find out more about that. mjtsai.com/blog/2013/10/2…

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@tofias Yes, the iWork 9.3 stand-alone updater is still available: support.apple.com/kb/DL1563

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@nedley No. I thought the iWork apps became self-contained when they were added to the Mac App Store.

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@stormchild Right. I really do want to be prompted, just once per site.

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@stormchild How does that address the issue of being prompted multiple times for different subdomains? I just want to block all of them.

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Safari’s “Trust Flash?” sheet needs to add Little Snitch–style control over subdomains. I’m being prompted so many times for the same site.

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@stormchild Not sure what the deal is with FCPX. I alternately read that it’s great now and that it’s so bad for pros that they switched.

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@stormchild Yeah, if anything, the new iWork UI seems less scalable to pro features.

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@stormchild Yeah, you get new UI (which seems simpler but less efficient) plus prevented from using accidentally non-iOS-compatible features

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So those old files that don’t open properly in iWork ’13 may be orphaned if you don’t have the DVD version plus updaters.

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Investigating whether iWork ’09 can be transferred to a new Mac. Expected MAS dialog to get new receipt, but it just says the app is damaged

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@tantramar I don’t think I’ve ever needed that, but it looks interesting. Thanks. icreatemagazine.com/tips/iwork-tut…

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Putting aside the UI changes, Numbers ’13 moved around the tables in one of my documents so that they overlap and are now unreadable.

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@mhenders I haven’t investigated yet, but is Mail now relying more on Spotlight for smart mailboxes rather than its own Envelope Index?

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@mpweiher @avbelow @drewmccormack Yes, but it still has to read and skip over (and unzip) the initial parts of the file. Not random access.

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