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September 22nd, 2015

@stormchild I recently had lots of items that just didn’t sync. But some did, so it wasn’t immediately clear it wasn’t working.

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The Lost Apple Logos You’ve Never Seen: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/09/2…

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@grynspan Cool. Would be nice if that were documented.

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@NeoNacho @steipete Well, back in the classic days I think the recommendation was to use a different case than Apple to avoid collisions.

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@grynspan My point was that if you have to uninstall the official client to give another one priority, you can't then use the official one.

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@jonathandavis Aha. It doesn't seem to want you do that with multiple accounts, but it does work.

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@jonathandavis I want to use Tweetbot, but I can't remove the official Twitter app because I need it for 2FA.

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@jonathandavis Via multiple overlapping "details" dictionaries? Any way for the user to pick which app is used in that case?

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@wklj @grynspan I mean, for example, when you try to log into the Twitter Web site and it makes you prove yourself by responding in the app.

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@grynspan Why wouldn't the problem be solved by App Review requiring apps to actually be Twitter clients if they support that domain?

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@grynspan And most people will have the official Twitter app installed, even if they don't prefer it, so they can verify their identity.

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@grynspan I haven't seen any documentation on overlapping claims for multiple apps: forums.developer.apple.com/thread/8560

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@grynspan Seems unlikely that Twitter would do that. And even if they did, not clear to me how that would work.

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@grynspan I thought the com.apple.developer.associated-domains entitlement is to protect from that.

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@grynspan Yes, but not sure how that helps users of third-party Twitter clients.

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@rosyna Working on an update based on some tweets from yesterday that I'd forgotten about. Thanks.

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