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

February 13th, 2016

@rosyna That's not what's happening here.

via Tweetbot for Mac in reply to rosyna

@danielpunkass That had happened to me in the cold as well.

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Seems to have worked except that says there were 19 contacts that failed to import, and it won’t tell me which ones.

via Tweetbot for Mac in reply to mjtsai

Restoring Grandma’s contacts: download AddressBook folder from CrashPlan, open in VMware, export .vcf, import into

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@mdhughes Fixing but not communicating is only really a problem if they close the issue and the fix ended up being for something else.

via Tweetbot for Mac in reply to mdhughes

“Crashes are down” is not a response to “death of a thousand cuts.” It's a non sequitur.

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And…I just got another password prompt after unlocking just a few hours ago—to purchase a free app.

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It’s that developers have so little confidence that filing a Radar will lead to the bug being fixed at all.

via Tweetbot for Mac in reply to mjtsai

The main issue with external Radar is not that developers aren’t notified about which release a fix will be in.

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@pgor In my case, the phone is not plugged in a night, which is when this usually happens to me.

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@mcelhearn Supposed to be 48, right? In any case, it often asks me after about 8 hours.

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How many years has Touch ID been out, yet some mornings still wants my password to unlock for seemingly no reason?

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Apple Store genius messed up migration to my grandmother’s new iMac: contacts lost, Dock rearranged and apps removed, CrashPlan removed.

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