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

November 13th, 2015

@mattstevens Right. My question is, does Apple's sample code implicitly use the current date? (Guess: No. So this wouldn't be a problem.)

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@mattstevens So if you don't check it, it won't falsely cause validation to fail?

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@mattstevens @tapbot_paul Does that apply to the Mac App Store? It's not mentioned in Apple's sample code.

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@morrick Annoying, now that I needed to re-download several apps, that there is no search in the Purchased tab.

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@siegel @tapbot_paul @reneritchie That was my understanding. I thought when you get App Damaged it doesn't even run your code.

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@reneritchie I think @siegel is right. Your OpenSSL/SHA-2 theory would seem to predict that my apps wouldn't launch, but they do.

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@pitts_man Yes, but I did not find it very convincing. It’s Xcode 7, not that particular project, that enables side loading.

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@olebegemann Most apps get it right for me, except that iTunes always gets it wrong.

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@olebegemann I was pretty sure there was no API for that, other than the regular NSWindow stuff and user manually assigning apps to spaces.

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Changing the colors makes more of a readability difference than turning the brightness down.

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It’s midday, but I’m actually using the Mac version of f.lux now because my eyes are dilated from the doctor’s.

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@Dman228 You think the screenshot is fake? I tend to believe it, having seen many crazy Apple Support e-mails that my customers forwarded.

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@sf_avi Yes, but since Apple keeps battery life about the same while making the computer thinner, that’s what they’re using the thinness for

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I updated the MAS post with more tweets and some notes about what Apple Support is telling customers: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/11/1…

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