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I really don’t have time for video games so Fortnite is great!

54s to load it on the Nintendo Switch.
29s to login to the lobby.
51s for matchmaking.
20s waiting for the battle bus.
1m49s playing till I’m suddenly shot in the head and I’m out.

Yup — perfect for quick gaming! 🤣

— Alexis Gallagher (@alexisgallagher) September 25, 2018
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5 hours ago
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In an ideal world, the Mac app would be really good at administration, while day to day flipping on and off lights was handled by a menu extra or today widget. I don’t want to open a whole app to adjust my desk backlight, and I don’t want to talk to Siri at night.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) September 25, 2018
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5 hours ago
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Both? Technology problems are things like blurry fonts on 1x displays, drag working inconsistently, etc... On design the weakness of the iOS app is it’s really bad at doing complicated admin with frustrating iOS controls, and the Mac app inherits all of that while wasting space.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) September 25, 2018
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5 hours ago
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I think it’s an editing error. But get some well-deserved rest!

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 25, 2018
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7 hours ago
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I doubt we'll ever see Apple return to the great old days of yore, and not just because Steve Jobs is gone, and the truth is, that's ok. But I would like them to get their shit together & make a darn phone, a darn pro laptop, and a darn pro desktop, that I'd actually want to buy.

— Greg Hurrell (@wincent) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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Sounds great, but I was hoping to see the reason after “Why do we do it this way?” :-)

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 25, 2018
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7 hours ago
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Welp. It sounds like the answer is basically “yes”, although I might be able to just ask them to open the folder (assuming the images are all in the same folder).

No wonder all the productivity apps keep leaving the App Store - Sandboxing kills UX 😔

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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Question for Mac devs: I want the user to be able to load a document (in the normal way using NSDocument), but that document contains paths to external images which I also need to load. How do you handle that in a sandboxed app? Do I have to prompt user to open each linked image?

— Nick Lockwood (@nicklockwood) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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Woo! SuperDuper 3.2 now available!

The new version is Mojave compatible and includes Smart Delete! See https://t.co/2mDlY6LUfu for more.

It’s the most intelligent SuperDuper! ever, from the standpoint of Smartness.

— Dave Nanian (@dnanian) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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Seriously Mojave? #FirstImpressions #NoContrastSelection pic.twitter.com/yKD5ZMitVA

— @monkeydom (@monkeydom) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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I haven't even gotten started on the Home app on Mac. It's somehow gotten worse since the initial seed.

AppKit HomeKit app please.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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Just to add to the confusion, it's not even present/showable when you actually pop another view onto the stack, meaning it doesn't even really reliably bridge the navigation controller concept from iOS. pic.twitter.com/cliSVohErb

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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I'm not a huge fan of this hiding title bar in the new App Store. It's clever, but confusing to new users (I didn't even know it was there.) It makes the app look a little cleaner but non uniform. And it seems like a haphazard experiment around iOS navigation controllers on Mac. pic.twitter.com/vWcfiGsK52

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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A good example (except that the names aren’t published) is the Touch Bar.

It might look like there’s one set of widgets for TB content, but there’s actually three: the bar, the customization pane, and the escape region (it has tighter metrics) are all distinct compositions.

— jeff, pond enjoyer (@jnadeau) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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Why? Because appearances are composites of many different incremental pieces, and the -name can only tell you the topmost slice. The -bestMatch…: method is designed to be resilient against changes to the appearance stack.

— jeff, pond enjoyer (@jnadeau) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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Now run Find Call Hierarchy on “-[NSAppearance name]” and get rid of all of those. You want -bestMatchFromAppearancesWithNames:.

— jeff, pond enjoyer (@jnadeau) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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If you’re seeing slow WiFi, it may be because iPhone XS and XS Max seem to heavily prefer 2.4GHz over 5GHz. Hard to tell the difference on routers where the bands have the same SSID. https://t.co/d8VyK1WSqJ

— Juli Clover (@julipuli) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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Is it just me, or does the Series 4 boot WAY faster than the Series 3?

I’m seeing ~2m30s for Series 3 and ~35s for Series 4.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) September 24, 2018
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7 hours ago
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Speaking of which... uhhhhh... Does Marzipan not support elastic scrolling right now on Mac? Cause that's super unexpected. But it doesn't seem to be working for me right now.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) September 24, 2018
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11 hours ago
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I mean, in a lot of ways it's better because it actually supports live resize and doesn't have a strong case of the text fuzzies. But if this is the future of app navigation on Mac I am very much not a fan.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) September 24, 2018
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11 hours ago
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I haven't spent much time with it in the GM. But at least on the last beta, while it looks a little better, still unhappy at the funny UIKit-ish navigation, and updates seems as glitchy as ever.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) September 24, 2018
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11 hours ago
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Taken from Messages' help in Mojave. Yep, this is ready for prime time. pic.twitter.com/YsMDyYHAH1

— Rob Griffiths (@rgriff) September 24, 2018
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11 hours ago
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The nice thing about the Vista-ing of Mojave is that it’s a huge pain for everyone but the people who you have to worry about.https://t.co/nQtDQKENEn

— Dave Nanian (@dnanian) September 24, 2018
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11 hours ago
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Hard to believe it's possible, but App Store app may actually be worse on Mojave than on High Sierra.

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) September 24, 2018
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11 hours ago
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1. An app-launch complication is still very useful to lots of people.

2. It’s unwise to sit around waiting for advances related to third-party integration into Apple Watch faces. We need to do what we can with what we have, even if it’s not much. https://t.co/lLLptLKwrE

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) September 24, 2018
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11 hours ago
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So FYI, even if you update beta 11, the final version of Mojave has a different build number. Get the final version here: https://t.co/UbQnrxmGJO

— Josh Centers (@jcenters) September 24, 2018
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12 hours ago
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Developer ID-signed (top) vs Notarized app (bottom). I guess that's "more streamlined"? https://t.co/RCtlb5cdQD pic.twitter.com/U70QTTWOAO

— Dan Messing (@danmessing) September 24, 2018
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12 hours ago
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Mojave Beta 11, the last developers received, was build 18A389. The release is 18A391.

So Beta 11 was not the GM—which means developers haven't been able to test against what just shipped to consumers today.

Is that a first for Apple? Or did I miss something?

— Rob Griffiths (@rgriff) September 24, 2018
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12 hours ago
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kwality autolayout pic.twitter.com/fCccFnLGrs

— Jeff Johnson (@lapcatsoftware) September 24, 2018
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12 hours ago
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Based on my count, this is the sixth "hardcoded credentials" (aka backdoor account) removed from Cisco devices this yearhttps://t.co/duycTr4cuZ pic.twitter.com/iIwkBbsqVB

— Catalin Cimpanu (@campuscodi) September 24, 2018
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12 hours ago
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Mojave is stricter than previous macOS releases about installing onto a drive reporting any kind of SMART error; you /can/ get around this with lldb if you have SIP disabled. It's not pretty… pic.twitter.com/TbXy2P4leO

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) September 24, 2018
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13 hours ago
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Fun Fact: I tested Mojave on a 2014 Mac mini and it ran like a champ despite the older hardware.https://t.co/ydhMD5KFBO pic.twitter.com/CKcKUY4Tkh

— John Voorhees (@johnvoorhees) September 24, 2018
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15 hours ago
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Tim Cook is all about optimising for profit. I actually do only buy SD so my devices can hold more videos. Ridiculous I know.

— Daniel (@drawRect) September 24, 2018
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15 hours ago
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If you’ve been on the Mojave beta and are wondering how to get the shipping version: (Wasn’t showing up in Software Update for me.) Go to the Mac App Store, search for Mojave, click Get. That’ll bounce you to the System Prefs Software Update pane and start downloading.

— jcieplinski (@jcieplinski) September 24, 2018
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15 hours ago
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It’s right at the top on my Mac.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 24, 2018
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15 hours ago
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macOS 10.14 Mojave Released: https://t.co/Kf6EU2vbHM #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 24, 2018
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16 hours ago
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Apple Shying Away From R-Rated Original Content: https://t.co/AytiGtNGFA #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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iPhone XS Benchmarks: https://t.co/Ptiy42JetA #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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What is Haptic Touch on iPhone XR?: https://t.co/TwoDEuns66 #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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Software Disenchantment: https://t.co/cKcAr3zrP7 #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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Me too. Despite spending a bunch of time getting my apps to support it, I went back to light mode ASAP after I was done testing.

— Nicholas Riley (@nriley) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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Sorry for forgetting to include the anchors on today’s tweet updates. #mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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I am sad about the iPhone SE. Apple currently makes neither a phone nor a laptop that I would want to buy. How things have changed from the days when I used to want to buy one of *everything* that they made. https://t.co/aThlZVXLZz

— Greg Hurrell (@wincent) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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Posts updated today:

Apple File System Referencehttps://t.co/gw5fAEJn2F

Rejected for Mentioning a Pre-release macOS Versionhttps://t.co/6PJDsc44sF#mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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Posts updated today:

New Git Client: Sublime Mergehttps://t.co/5WUhBkvStI

Goodbye, iPhone SEhttps://t.co/GP4ggnZjaY

Creative Selectionhttps://t.co/LmOyfnhv0h

Mojave’s New Security and Privacy Protections Face Usability Challengeshttps://t.co/cHHWCmYhOe#mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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Posts updated today:

The iPhone XS and Its Camerahttps://t.co/ZoOt3XH3lw

Screens of the 2018 iPhoneshttps://t.co/VLsEStteCw

Swift 4.2 Releasedhttps://t.co/CqsiiCxQ3k

The Curious Case of AirPowerhttps://t.co/rrkkvZa5B7#mjtsaiblog

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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Yup, my fault. I implemented my own CPU-throttling to stay under this limit when doing Watch transcodes, but in some cases, the NSTimer that checks it could be initialized in a background thread and therefore get "scheduled" with no run loop. Fixed for 5.0.2, coming this week. https://t.co/y7hBDbpQET

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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TN2151 lists a few more (see the "SIGKILL" and "Other Exception Types" sections), although it doesn't give any specific limit values. https://t.co/fCQ6OPsOaX

— Greg Parker (@gparker) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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Another fun one: if you don't end a background task within a few seconds of the expiration handler being called, you don't get suspended — you get killed, with a poorly explained crash log.

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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I'm fine with these limits existing, but it's hard to make a stable, low-crash-rate app without them being documented somewhere.

(And ideally, there would be a warning API/notification, like low-memory warnings, so apps could take corrective action before being killed outright.)

— Marco Arment (@marcoarment) September 24, 2018
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17 hours ago
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Maybe

Just maybe

Major security changes to a new OS should be present for the majority of the beta cycle

Instead of being released 2/3rds of the way into it (beta 7)

So that they get a full shake out before launch.

Nice find, @patrickwardle https://t.co/oQQGTv6ndE

— mikeymikey (@mikeymikey) September 24, 2018
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19 hours ago
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So Mojave is going straight to deployment without a GM?

— Damien Petrilli (@DamienPetrilli) September 24, 2018
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19 hours ago
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Mojave's 'dark mode' is gorgeous 🙌
...but its promises about improved privacy protections? kinda #FakeNews 😥

0day bypass:https://t.co/rRf8t7C7Zf

btw if anybody has a link to 🍎's macOS bug bounty program I'd 💕 to report this & other 0days -donating any payouts to charity 🙏

— patrick wardle (@patrickwardle) September 24, 2018
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19 hours ago
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Fun fact: in older versions of Mac OS X, every desktop icon was backed by an entire window. The more icons you placed on the desktop, the slower the machine got 😶 It moved to ImageKit in like 10.6 or so as Finder was gradually Cocoa-ified

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) September 24, 2018
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19 hours ago
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Apple can talk about the A12 BIONIC & machine learning day, and have their fans go ga-ga over Core ML benchmarks…

But if the xpensive XS MAX can’t take a photo of a pair of Beats headphones with correct bokeh? Fail!

* Names capitalized to accentuate gross product naming pic.twitter.com/SMBRgDgV95

— Meek Geek (@meekgeek) September 24, 2018
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19 hours ago
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The market provided but one exit from Aperture ... to Photos. All else loses too much metadata. (BTW, Aperture tossed out iPhoto’s album notes.)

— John Gordon (@jgordonshare) September 24, 2018
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20 hours ago
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App compatibility is iffy in final Mojave beta; lots of my older or Carbon apps currently crash for me. SDL apps built with Xcode 10 don’t render. There be dragons

— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) September 24, 2018
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20 hours ago
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Do you know who isn’t invited to dark mode chrimbo dinner?

Electron. All of your “favourite” cross platform apps are sitting outside being shunned for their inappropriate attire.

— Tony Arnold (@tonyarnold) September 23, 2018
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20 hours ago
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iPhone XR has higher *point* density than iPhone XS and XS Max. That means controls will be physically smaller, the same size as on non-Plus iPhones.

• classic iPhones use 163 points per inch.
• iPhones Plus, X, XS, and XS Max use 153 points per inch.https://t.co/0fhD4VuVao pic.twitter.com/YZbWoGpys8

— h (@yarnichat) September 24, 2018
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yesterday
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I’m thinking it’s past time to invest in migrating your critical workflows away from Apple-vended software.

— Oluseyi Sonaiya (@OluseyiSonaiya) September 24, 2018
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yesterday
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I think I’ll need to run FileMaker and Aperture in a Parallels VM when I buy my next Mac. Which version of MacOS is best for Aperture? I’m thinking Mavericks or Yosemite.

— John Gordon (@jgordonshare) September 24, 2018
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yesterday
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I’d love to not put my new phone in a case but as usual it’s just too slippery for me to seriously consider doing so.https://t.co/LNcCUw8VLq

— Tom "Tom" Harrington (@atomicbird) September 24, 2018
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yesterday
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Airplay in iOS 12 is a HUGE improvement!

Well done @Apple!

— Marcus S. Zarra (@mzarra) September 24, 2018
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yesterday
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Personal opinion: if the iPhone XR is going to have portrait mode with one camera, it’s high time Apple allows the iPhone XS to choose whether to take portraits with the wide or telephoto lenses. Yeah, I’m usually going to want to use the zoom, but not always.

— Matt Birchler (@mattbirchler) September 23, 2018
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yesterday
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I’d love a Walkie-talkie setting that automatically makes me available to my favorites when my AirPods are connected and unavailable when they are not.

— Ish (@ishabazz) September 23, 2018
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@OvercastFM Any chance for getting support for adding local files? Seems a bit silly to have to upload and then download a file that’s already on the phone.

— _ = unsafeBitCast(Float80(0), to: type(of: {0}))() (@NeoNacho) September 23, 2018
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yesterday
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Document windows on macOS have a file icon in the title bar. You can drag the icons just like files in Finder. Magic: 125 ms pause is required between a mouse press and a drag to avoid accidentally moving a file when you intend to move a window.

— Anton Sotkov (@antons) September 22, 2018
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yesterday
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Is there a way to nuke this “helpful” notification? pic.twitter.com/VqZDcj0U5E

— Paul Haddad (@tapbot_paul) September 23, 2018
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yesterday
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NetNewsWire 5 is being written on the exact same keyboard that wrote NetNewsWire’s 1 through 3. In the same room, at the same tables.

I’ve had this keyboard, an Apple Extended Keyboard II, since 1995, and I’ve had this room and these tables since ... https://t.co/ZTuz3aGKjX

— NetNewsWire (@NetNewsWire) September 23, 2018
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yesterday
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It's genuinely very funny that Apple people refer to their boring but extremely high budget TV efforts as "expensive NBC" https://t.co/r3CDl54vjv pic.twitter.com/CXZQH1cmTs

— Tom Gara (@tomgara) September 23, 2018
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yesterday
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I’m still annoyed that Chrome has gone to mandatory Google login — exactly the same way Android did (and has received enormous criticism for) — and people at Google are acting like they’re surprised people are upset.

— Matthew Green (@matthew_d_green) September 22, 2018
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yesterday
Twitter
Still think Apple will work A series into some Macs. But I think it will be more for not dealing with Intel’s margins/schedule. I don’t think it would be a huge leap in performance, especially because A series still has a heck of a lot of trouble running at load.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) September 23, 2018
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yesterday
Twitter
These numbers don’t make a whole lot of sense on their face. We usually talk about the A series trading blows with the i3. Faster than a desktop i7 or Xeon seems awfully suspicious...

But JavaScript benchmarks can also be real variable on their own. https://t.co/j2r32SgF5k

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) September 23, 2018
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yesterday
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I wonder if anti-leaning sentiment increased with the use of laptops on planes. I remember when it would never have occurred to me to feel put out by the person in front of me, or to worry about the person behind me as I do now. Not sure when that changed. https://t.co/fa3HBjAWmU

— Andy Lee (@cocoadog) September 23, 2018
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yesterday
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No way @ebay not acceptable. I’ve been a member since 2000. Hundreds of sales with $5k in past few weeks alone. 100% feedback. And you’re going to decide in favor of an obvious scammer with 2 feedback, all in the last month that sent me back an empty box on a return? Helllllll no pic.twitter.com/CQpAhCTaXT

— Matthew Panzarino (@panzer) September 23, 2018
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yesterday
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Thanks for the correction. It was the right link but the wrong attribution.

— Michael Tsai (@mjtsai) September 23, 2018
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yesterday
Twitter
Every time I open the official Twitter app to do something I used to be able to do with TweetBot I feel bad. It means that their stats will show that shutting down that API “increased engagement” with their app.

— Dave Verwer (@daveverwer) September 22, 2018
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2 days ago
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This is not correct. My app is properly coded using autolayout and still zooms the X version to the Max screen. I had to submit a build from Xcode 10 targeting iOS 12 to make it expand to the screen (with no other code changes). Before and after: pic.twitter.com/J4DXvilcf3

— 𝚂𝚝𝚎𝚟𝚎𝚗 𝙿𝚎𝚝𝚎𝚛𝚜𝚘𝚗 (@squeakytoy) September 22, 2018
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2 days ago
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obviously, switch to NSRange from Range
— Marcin Krzyzanowski (@krzyzanowskim) September 22, 2018
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2 days ago
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