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An Info.plist isn’t required to codesign or notarize command line tools.

— Rosyna Keller (@rosyna) June 17, 2019
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june 2019 by mjtsai
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467 notes that should be syncing with iCloud. iPhone is stuck on 12; iPad has only pulled in 222. It's been 6 hours. (iOS 13 beta 2)

I'll probably have to do a clean restore everywhere. This pretty much describes the beginning of iOS Review season every year.

— Federico Viticci (@viticci) June 17, 2019
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Podcasts, from what I can tell, has access to some Catalyst features that aren’t given to external developers yet, and presumably are for a year or two down the road — like native scaling

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) June 17, 2019
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I don’t get the feature enumeration angle. You don’t even have to get into e.g. AppleScript, which imo is at the far end of the “good Mac app” spectrum.

It’s all toast unless you put in the effort to adopt an appropriate design. That’s not a technology issue, it’s giving a shit.

— Jeff Nadeau (@jnadeau) June 17, 2019
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Catalyst apps on Catalina:

News and Stocks: still can’t open articles in their own windows.

Voice Memos: still can’t open more than one recording at a time.

Home: still looks like this: pic.twitter.com/YWQioJihTY

— John Gruber (@gruber) June 17, 2019
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Beginning in macOS 10.15, LSCopyApplicationURLsForURL(), LSCopyAllHandlersForURLScheme(), LSCopyAllRoleHandlersForContentType(), and LSCopyApplicationURLsForBundleIdentifier() all return sorted lists, *and* it's documented! 🎉 (NSWorkspace's equivalent methods do the same.)

— Jonathan Grynspan (@grynspan) June 17, 2019
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You can *actually* find messages in Messages now using the search feature, for the first time ever! It shows every single instance in a list all the way back to your oldest result 🤩 pic.twitter.com/9BmE08Ypbf

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) June 17, 2019
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It might last “forever”. I suspect they’re removing them by default only as a security measure, not because they’re any less interested in supporting them for those who use these languages.

Fingers crossed.

— John Gruber (@gruber) June 17, 2019
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John Brayton just announced a business model change for Unread 2.

This stuff is still very difficult for app makers to figure out and implement. There are always trade-offs: there’s no one best practice. Hopefully that will change some day. https://t.co/halOBlQEw0

— Brent Simmons (@brentsimmons) June 17, 2019
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If you don’t think there’s room for improvements in tech, find a PhD and ask them how often they have to ask IT why they can’t print anymore.

— Daniel Pasco (@dlpasco) June 17, 2019
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If you’re asking your users to disable SIP — they won’t. Even devs were terrified of turning off SIP just to play w/ Marzipan. And you shouldn’t be asking users to compromise their security just to run your binaries. People like us can turn off everything and do whatever we want

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) June 17, 2019
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Phone tech and user expectations are also failing us.

Imagine if every incoming spam email caused a full-screen takeover on your computer, and there was no way to disable it. Sounds ridiculous, right?

Why do we allow it for phone calls on our increasingly primary computers? https://t.co/C2U4Z0NVMa

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) June 17, 2019
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Good to know. Thanks!

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) June 17, 2019
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To go back to the ‘we can’t have shared purchase between iOS and macOS because we need to set expectations that Mac apps cost money’ argument, personally I think we’re long past that already. What does Twitterrific 6’s launch tell us about Catalyst apps requiring new purchases? https://t.co/wDyoVg4WDf

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) June 17, 2019
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While I sympathize with @Twitterrific and shipping a separate App has tons of downsides, it‘s technically not correct that you can’t offer discounts that way. For MindNode 4 -> 5 we stored the receipt in a shared app group and offered different IAPs based on the purchase date https://t.co/ILScXMuyDN

— Matthias Tretter (@myell0w) June 17, 2019
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I don’t know.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) June 17, 2019
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Technically WWDC energised me about the Macs future.
Except for the “Security” talks, which paint a picture of the mac being crippled into insignificance. Notarization and system lockdown are killing it.
I find it hard to get excited about new features while it’s being strangled. https://t.co/eD3mejBkMc

— Kyle Howells (@Freerunnering) June 17, 2019
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It's really the victim blaming that bothers me more than the actions. Crappy situations call for crappy measures. But the anger was misdirected. The bad  isn't the customer.

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) June 17, 2019
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Well, this is certainly a reply: pic.twitter.com/3RMw6y8E1Y

— Bryan Jones (@bdkjones) June 17, 2019
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I’m hoping that post is complete as-is and won’t need any updates.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) June 17, 2019
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