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

October 7th, 2015

I added results for bzip2 and no compression: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/10/0…

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@cocoapriest Pretty sure I had a tweet selected when it crashed. Can't test now because the hotkey is not responding at all.

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@JessMutant It appears that the Finder now hides (rather than disables) the Burn command if no burner is connected.

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@JessMutant For both .dmg and .iso files, I don't see a Burn command in the Finder's menus or contextual menu.

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@reneritchie Looks like TouchArcade is retracting.

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Tweetbot 4 for iOS and Tweetbot 2.1 for Mac: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/10/0…

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@zats Good idea. I can use AppleScript to toggle the visibility of the entire process rather than the window.

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@_danielhall @owensd How could it not require significant interop without rewriting all the system frameworks?

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@_danielhall @owensd But Obj-C had much smoother interoperability with C than Swift has with Obj-C.

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@owensd This is one of the things that worries me about Swift. Often no native equivalent, and no way to use Obj-C version w/o overhead.

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@owensd It cleans up the code, but then you're still doing lots of conversions under the hood.

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@mhenders But props to Amazon Web Services for doing this. I’m thankful every month.

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@mhenders Security concerns? Most won't even answer questions via e-mail, preferring their secure Web message system.

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@owensd Do you think this is fixable? It looks to me like all the possible alternatives have bad points.

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Trying to write an AppleScript to hide/show Tweetbot's window, but even using System Events it doesn't seem to be possible.

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