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February 22nd, 2017

Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C Infographic: mjtsai.com/blog/2017/02/2…

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@peternlewis I’m seeing this, too. This will break lots of stuff.

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@ScooterComputer Hmm, I haven’t heard any other reports of that.

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@mcelhearn Confirmed that it changed in 10.12.3, not 10.12.2. Summary here: c-command.com/spamsieve/help…

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@etresoft I’m all for it. More consistent with the other commands. Just wonder why it happened when it did.

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@osxdaily @mcelhearn My point is that even when directly in the home folder, there are cases where the checkbox isn’t there.

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@leebennett @mcelhearn That is actually finally built into the Finder now, via Command-Shift-Period. But Path Finder is cool, too.

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@dougscripts No, I just verified that in 10.12.0 and 10.12.1 it was Option.

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@osxdaily @mcelhearn If then click on a folder and deselect it (so View Options is for Home) the checkbox stays gone.

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@osxdaily @mcelhearn I see it in View Options if I specifically open the home folder.

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@mcelhearn It also looks like sometime in 10.12.2 or 10.12.3 they got rid of the View Options checkbox to always show the Library folder.

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@mcelhearn And now there’s a keyboard shortcut: Command-Shift-L. Not sure about 10.12.2.

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Opening user Library folder from Finder’s Go menu: on 10.7-10.12.1 you hold down Option key, but on 10.12.3 you have to hold down Shift.

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@joely Cool. BTW, seems like there’s a new issue in 10.12.3 where PDFView delivered in notifications has a nil window…

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