Monthly Archives: April 2019

Mojave Finder Misfeature

MacOS X has a feature that nobody else has: Miller Columns. (There were evidently once a few Linux file managers that implemented it, but I’ve never seen it, and I’m too lazy to track them down. OpenStep did, which was … Continue reading

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Issues with printing PDF from Preview since updating to Mojave

Mojave removed the ability of Apple’s apps (preview, pages, etc.) to print using the Konica Print drivers. There’s a Konica driver, but Apple’s “Library Validation” means that Apple’s apps won’t use it. (I assume they enforce the same rules for … Continue reading

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Cool MacOSX feature

I’ve found it increasingly hard to approve of Apple for the last while (like seven or eight years) so I wanted to point out something I like. I don’t know when it appeared, but I only just noticed it myself. … Continue reading

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MacOSX Security Updates

I hate them, because I know they probably should be installed, but they take about an hour to install. I see a lot of this: So this week, Apple gave me a security update: Then, a couple of days later, … Continue reading

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Sting’s Pose

What’s with this pose he uses for his albums? I hadn’t noticed, until iTunes put them all next to each other like that.

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