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I wouldn’t call mine frequent, but they happen enough for me to notice and be annoyed by when they happen. https://t.co/m9lzA0pjbO

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 17, 2018
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13 hours ago by mjtsai
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It's possible that it was never really blocked and I was reading too much into the logs, but that I don't have a tool to validate that is kind of annoying.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 15, 2018
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2 days ago by mjtsai
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Does anyone know how to manually authorize something to send Apple events in Mojave? One of my apps sends Apple Events from a command line tool (ugh) and Mojave doesn't seem to prompt for authorization and just denies access.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 15, 2018
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2 days ago by mjtsai
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Side observation: My understanding is Amaroq is one of the best of the mobile clients, and it's pretty bad compared to the official Twitter client

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 14, 2018
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3 days ago by mjtsai
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My Mastodon feed is pretty slow moving right now, but there are a lot of posts being made over there that I don't see being made over here.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 14, 2018
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3 days ago by mjtsai
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I actually forgot Microsoft ported Powershell to macOS https://t.co/5gE4pEKkwU

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 7, 2018
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10 days ago by mjtsai
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Epic's reason for keeping it off of App Stores where possible is the same reason Apple wants it on the Mac Store: It makes an obscene amount of IAP money and Apple wants a cut of it everywhere they can get a cut.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 3, 2018
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14 days ago by mjtsai
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Apple: "With Marzipan maybe Epic would put Fornite on the Mac App Store"
Me: "Bwahahahahahahahaha"https://t.co/iQjIDxeLFw

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 3, 2018
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14 days ago by mjtsai
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Also annoying thing about iOS/Mac development: Still no CMake integration in Xcode, after both Visual Studio and Android Studio have added integration.

CMake is not alien to Apple either. Swift and LLVM both are built with it.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 3, 2018
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14 days ago by mjtsai
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The latest VMWare Fusion release is really not good

:(

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 2, 2018
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15 days ago by mjtsai
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Quartz is definitely similar, but at least last time I checked a few years ago, you can’t just throw a vector image into a CALayer. I know there have been some changes around vector recently though.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 2, 2018
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16 days ago by mjtsai
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Oh sure. I mean it renders out with DirectX which is still pixel based. But modern Vista apps basically were a layer tree, vector contents sort of thing which was ahead of Apple in a few respects, but also really tough on cheap Windows hardware.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 2, 2018
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16 days ago by mjtsai
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With the disclaimer that stuff like icons is still clearly bitmap, Vista was a vector based system. It’s why they were able to ship non integer display scales that release. They also released a suite of vector UI tools for devs. Legacy apps were opted out.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 2, 2018
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16 days ago by mjtsai
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I don’t think Aero looked better, but Microsoft got every widget and doodad rendering on the GPU and converted everything to vector, both of which Apple had been trying to do unsuccessfully. In Yosemite Apple couldn’t even properly do semi transparency in a window like MS could.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 2, 2018
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16 days ago by mjtsai
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I'm actually surprised that number is as high as it is, especially after my earlier tweets. I still suspect Mac pro usage is in a large decline, but they must be picking up new users in the non-pro market.

But... users buying lower end configs have less of a profit margin.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 1, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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It’s not helping that Apple is trying to convert Mac users to the iPad at the same time. And it tends to leave pros who can’t use the iPad more and more unhappy with the Mac.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 1, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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Since 10.7, the pro Mac is in this weird cycle where they focus on making the Mac more like iOS, more pros get dissatisfied and leave, they don’t get the pickup from iOS customers they want, so they make the Mac more like iOS...

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) August 1, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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The App Store has all these really bizarre design queues from iOS for NO REASON.

Make it full width. It'll be ok Apple.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 31, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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They could deal with OpenGL -> Metal if they wanted to in a variety of different ways. But if they're just done with the Mac market in general, OpenGL provides a nice excuse that saves face.

People seem fixated on OpenGL part, but the Apple pro ecosystem has been bad for a while

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 31, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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Take from a few years of working on pro software: Mac professional software vendors have been looking for the door even since 2010-ish when stuff like the Mac Pro went downhill. Would Autodesk be dumping Mac products if the Mac Pro was still a popular and powerful solution?

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 31, 2018
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17 days ago by mjtsai
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Another hot take on Mac OpenGL deprecation: You know what doesn't support full desktop OpenGL? A lot of GPU cores used with ARM processors.

Apple's ARM GPU cores certainly don't have full desktop OpenGL drivers, even if the hardware could support desktop OpenGL.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 30, 2018
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18 days ago by mjtsai
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OpenGL was dying before Apple dropped it. You could make a case that Vulkan was the next step, but Sony and Nintendo already went Vulkan and not OpenGL. Next generation games were never going to get OpenGL versions anyway. https://t.co/XX48yDTfbX

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 29, 2018
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19 days ago by mjtsai
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There’s a shadow account database that Apple keeps in parallel to the accounts in macOS. You can get to it with the fdesetup command in Terminal.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 28, 2018
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20 days ago by mjtsai
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You can also have accounts on the Mac that are not FileVault authorized. They can be used one someone with FileVault permissions has booted the machine, but the accounts can’t unlock FileVault themselves.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 28, 2018
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20 days ago by mjtsai
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FileVault is multi user, but it’s also full disk, not by home folder IIRC. macOS cannot even boot without a FileVault authorized user password.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 28, 2018
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20 days ago by mjtsai
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(New App Store is not a Marzipan app, but if this is the direction Apple wants to go with AppKit apps, bleh.)

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 24, 2018
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24 days ago by mjtsai
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New App Store has Marzipan patterns and they just feel weird to me. Navigation controllers and in window modal sessions. The navigation controllers feel least weird. But the in window models just leave me feeling like things are in the wrong place with a Done button.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 24, 2018
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24 days ago by mjtsai
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I did a lot of work with it during the betas. There was a broader vision, and IIRC parts of it were cut. I think in the end Apple lost interest in anything beyond what they needed for Safari RSS.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 24, 2018
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24 days ago by mjtsai
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I'm not sure how many third party apps were actively using it, but Apple also yanked the PubSub framework

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 24, 2018
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24 days ago by mjtsai
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Yep. The power supply creates more heat which causes more problems while charging. I've had times where I've had to unplug to get better performance if I'm stressing the CPU and GPU.

If you're not stressing out the laptop, you'll probably be fine.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 23, 2018
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25 days ago by mjtsai
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Also most people don't know plugging in your MacBook Pro makes it run worse which is kind of a problem... My 2013 had this same issue, just on a slightly smaller scale. https://t.co/gLsSjCpCev

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 23, 2018
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25 days ago by mjtsai
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I’m literally dealing with my 2017 work MBP downclocking right now.

It still surprises me that people didn’t know this is a standard industry thing. https://t.co/ysFgUImzxF

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 23, 2018
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25 days ago by mjtsai
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Happy you’ll be at Apple. Unhappy Apple seems to be hiring away my whole timeline. :p

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 21, 2018
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28 days ago by mjtsai
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Also should mention: When Apple advertises the MacBook Pro as a desktop replacement, with two 5k displays, it looks like a joke to pros. Laptops just can't replace desktops for heavy duty work, for reasons including thermals

Though eGPUs should help by relocating hot components https://t.co/dGvXlhPiag

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 19, 2018
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29 days ago by mjtsai
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I’m also pretty sure I’ve seen that behavior on other Macbook Pros so I don’t think you’re avoiding much by “boycotting” the i9 option or the 2018. Might be a smidge less downclocked in that scenario.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 19, 2018
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4 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Worth noting that if i9 downclocking does happen if both the CPU AND the GPU are at load, not the first time Apple hardware has done this. The 2013 Mac Pro does the exact same thing and that’s a fricken desktop. Would fit an (unfortunate) pattern.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 19, 2018
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4 weeks ago by mjtsai
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iPhones (and those A series benchmarks) have the same issue. We've literally had times we've needed to test on iPhones in freezers. (Obviously we don't ship in that state.) You're good for a few minutes at top speed, and then it's freezer time.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 18, 2018
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4 weeks ago by mjtsai
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No idea what they did, but text does seem improved on Mojave B4. I can't tell if it's as good as subpixel AA, but it's no longer offensive to my eyes.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 16, 2018
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4 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Is Win32 perfect for touch? Not at all. Would users rather have Win32 and backwards compatibility than touch perfection? Yep!

This runs counter to Apple’s dogma and I think that’s the reason it causes so much angst.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 16, 2018
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4 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Microsoft tried this with Windows RT, it was a disaster.

The problem with a lot of the talk about how desktop OS shells don’t work well with touch is that users disagree. While Apple and others are out pundinting, Microsoft is selling what users actually want and making money. https://t.co/wC0RR44oKX

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 16, 2018
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4 weeks ago by mjtsai
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The keyboard is part of the top case and the top case is definitely unique to the third gen Touchbar MBP. Unless they stick the new keyboard in the old top case they can’t just start using the new part.

First and second gens have interchangeable top cases https://t.co/59ledB92Sn

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 15, 2018
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4 weeks ago by mjtsai
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In a lot of ways (except for the GPU), the new MacBook Pro is a better system than the iMac non-Pro, which is shocking. Six cores vs four on the iMac. Much faster storage.

The MacBook Pro has a lot more in common with the iMac Pro than the iMac.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 14, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Waiting for a teardown, but I'm still pretty sure the new MacBook Pro has dual SSDs running in a stripe configuration, which T2 manages on the iMac Pro.

If so, that's the logical endpoint for replicable SSDs. Even if they were in a slot, would be a lot more fiddly now.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 13, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Also funny how those laptops came out around the same time as Snow Leopard. Felt like Apple was firing on all cylinders back then.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 13, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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I'm willing to forgive the RAM not being upgradable a bit on the new ones, but not the drive. Needs an M.2 slot. Also the GPU situation is a problem for pros.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 13, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Having worked on a lot of MacBooks and MacBook Pros in my IT days, the latch suuuuuuuuuuuuucked. Completely unreliable, fails on a large share of machines. The mechanics are horrible and the magnetic latch is way more reliable.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 13, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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There is a reason it’s basically impossible to find a TiBook in mint condition

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 13, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Twitter: Apple is trying to sell me a laptop with a virtual escape key.
Me: Apple once sold me a laptop built out of highly scratchable and dentable painted Titanium that is also a material that efficiently blocks WiFi signal.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 13, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Looks like Apple shipped at least a few Boot ROM patches as part of 10.13.6 which should remove the need for some of the Spectre software fixes?

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 10, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Again, frustrated that Apple can’t take something like the $330 iPad, throw macOS on it and a USB-C port, and ship that.

If you’re worried about macOS and touch, don’t put on a touchscreen and sub in a keyboard/trackpad. A $330 MacBook would sell to schools like gangbusters.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 10, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Also the sort of stuff UIKit is going to flail around a bit with on the Mac. Ok, your window loaded on a Retina display and it's using Retina assets. What happens when it's dragged to a non-Retina display? It will hold together using the wrong assets, but is that good enough?

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 9, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Actually crazy thing about all the "old" stuff in AppKit is how useful it still is today for thing original authors may have not foreseen. Same code that let an NSImage have a color/greyscale rep for workstations in the early 90s can let you have a different rep for 1x/2x now.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 9, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Problem with talking with UIKit people about Mac development is they see all this stuff as cruft that needs to be removed. Some of it maybe could be (hi NSCell) but a lot of it is actually important stuff that has a purpose that people should learn rather than just going "old!"

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 9, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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The trick with AppKit is all the little things. Sure, big things like multiple columns and multiple windows is important. But there is tons of little API everywhere that is important. Even confusing things like NSImage having multiple bitmaps is important for mixing display types

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 9, 2018
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5 weeks ago by mjtsai
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I think also that a lot of the APIs that let you do creative things with neutered by sandboxing, so there just is less of a reason now. The Spotlight API let you do a bunch of really handy things, but of course that lets you see user files, so... neutered.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 5, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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I think one of the issues that both the App Store and Mac devs are dealing with is the desktop web browser just became good enough to obsolete a lot of things. Software used to be the primary function of the Mac, now it's really Safari/Chrome.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 5, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Sometimes I think about the way it used to be (hello VersionTracker account) and I think we've come a long ways. But the App Store is definitely stifling the market as much as it helps it. Especially on the Mac, where developers actively avoid it.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 5, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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I wonder if there are going to have to be UIKit add ons for AppKit in order to support things like loading extensions from Marzipan apps. With Messages you could just port the app to Marzipan (bleh), but stuff like Today extensions are not so simple.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 5, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Well, Apple’s competitors do let you plug their tablets into an external display.... :p

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 5, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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In some ways I feel like Apple is stuck in the same place BlackBerry and Palm were with phones. They’re too concerned with their existing dogma and hangups to push the envelope a bit.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 4, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Everyone is kind of coming at the iPad Pro backwards, hoping that Xcode and Logic and Final Cut and Photoshop will all one day get ported to it, when Microsoft built a tablet that runs all existing apps and works well enough.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 4, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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I tweet a lot about the Mac, but I actually really like tablets. It’s just that the iPad Pro is not a good pro tablet, especially once you play with it’s competition.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 4, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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So with the disclaimer that I have no inside information: I’m still convinced a hybrid laptop/tablet running macOS with Marzipan for iPad app backup is the way to go.

The iPad Pro is technically a laptop/tablet hybrid, and it’s convinced no one vs the Surface.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 4, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Mojave’s non-Retina text issues are bad enough to stop me from migrating my other machines to the otherwise reasonably stable beta.

I wonder if there will have to be an about face in 10.15.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 4, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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But if you think about it, makes sense. Marzipan for devs who can't be bothered to do a Mac app, and are likely already building for x86 simulator. Developers can continue not caring about Mac, Mac users can run their apps, and Marzipan will pick up the UI pieces as best it can.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 4, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Predicting that a design goal is to run iOS apps, with no changes, for free on ARM is probably the best guess I've seen out of a lot of crazy guesses. But it also has a lot of implications on how Marzipan itself would/will work.

(And this itself is my own guess-y punditry.)

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 4, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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I feel like the punditry is so close to getting that Marzipan in it's current form is a layer meant to run iOS apps with little to no modification, and not a Mac app design framework. So close.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 4, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Mojave on a non-Retina display pic.twitter.com/8xhUtDCYPK

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) July 3, 2018
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6 weeks ago by mjtsai
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What I don’t get is this is hardly the first time. Remember Lion?

Stuff like Launchpad hasn’t exactly taken the world by storm.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 30, 2018
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7 weeks ago by mjtsai
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I think Apple is probably considering ARM for low end laptops, but in general there are a bunch of “solutions” for the Mac being discussed to problems that don’t actually exist.

Like not having a Yelp app apparently. https://t.co/mRtpVNo9KD

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 27, 2018
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7 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Other thing about that makes this argument ridiculous is Voice Recorder is not even a hard AppKit app. An intern in a closet could do an AppKit version in about a week. Already even exists in QuickTime Player. Home requires a lot, but I could do Voice Recorder in a few hours.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 26, 2018
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7 weeks ago by mjtsai
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What concerns me is that at no point does anyone ask if these are quality apps (which is a subject of the blog post I keep kicking around.) No one is asking if what Apple is doing is good for users. It just turns into a developer framework slap fight.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 26, 2018
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7 weeks ago by mjtsai
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There's no doubt that two of the apps (Voice Recorder and Home) are bad Mac apps. Which again, says more about Apple and their slipping dedication to the Mac across the board more than AppKit.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 26, 2018
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7 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Hot take: This says way more about Apple than AppKit. https://t.co/IvJ2HhtEHU

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 26, 2018
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7 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Apple is supporting the Mac Pro now with Mojave, but recommending a Radeon 560 or 580.

Which is awkward because using either card will disable some pre-boot functions on the Mac Pro because they never had a version with Mac Pro support.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 25, 2018
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7 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Did not expect this. But clearly they both want to kick Sony while they’re down. https://t.co/klUdTGZNHR

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 22, 2018
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8 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Also I don’t think they meant it this way, but if the effect of Dark Mode is more HIG and standard UI compliance, I’m all for it.

: side eye at Adobe Creative Cloud :

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 22, 2018
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8 weeks ago by mjtsai
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Also every time I do a CoreData app I discover a few new tricks that make me feel bad about my last implementation. EVERY TIME.

This time it was transformables. Can't remember if I didn't use them because of a low deployment target?

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 21, 2018
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8 weeks ago by mjtsai
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I mean, I don't use spinny disks much anymore, but it's been embarrassing how much better Windows is when it runs on a spinny disk, so I'm glad to hear it!

Also my mom just bought a Fusion iMac even though I tried to get her to go full SSD.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 21, 2018
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8 weeks ago by mjtsai
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As someone who touches C++ more than I’d like to, I feel like things were headed that way as soon as C++ features were roadmapped. That said, a better C++ is still better than C++.

— Colin Cornaby (@colincornaby) June 20, 2018
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