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Craig Hockenberry
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 13
While working on this blog post, it made me realize how much effort has gone into this year. Holy cow!
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 13
Replying to @GlennF @marcoarment
SO THANKS FOR REMINDING ME HOW TO REBOOT IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 13
Replying to @GlennF @marcoarment
Reminds me of the time I was setting up a demo for an important customer: when there’s no password prompt, this typo is deadly: $ sudo rm -rf / Thirty years later, I still pause after the -rf and can feel my blood pressure rise.
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 13
Replying to @siracusa
FYI BLOW LOOKS LIKE FLOUR
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 13
Replying to @marcoarment
To give you some perspective, when I was 24 I was doing admin work on Unix systems that had no root password. They weren’t connected to the internet and we all trusted each other.
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 12
I didn't know about those, but how well do they work on macOS 10.11? And before you ask, no we don't have the resources to do a special case for 10.14.
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 12
I understand what you're saying completely. The window titlebar and navigation reflects the contents of the window, not the desktop. Open the Maps app and you'll see why.
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 12
We know how to use the AppKit APIs to do what you're asking - as said, we chose to avoid them because it impedes readability. Vibrant text is fine for short phrases like in settings, but isn't appropriate for longer passages.
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A Book Apart Dec 12
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 11
Paradigm shift wasn’t just for users. One of the opening sections in first version of Inside Macintosh was “Everything You Know Is Wrong”.
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 11
Which, thanks to Web Standards, renders remarkably well.
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 11
We've been admirers of each other's work for a LONG time - he was one of the first customers for my first shareware product back in 1997. I've been reading his blog since about the same time :-)
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Ged Maheux Dec 8
And but and or will get you pretty far! Conjunction Junction, drawn in 😄
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 9
Replying to @reneritchie
BIGGER ESC KEY
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 8
Replying to @siracusa @cabel
You should do a car podcast.
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 7
Replying to @AmyJane
IS THAT LIKE STORY OF O
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 7
Replying to @rmondello
HOW ELSE AM I GONNA GET THE ELECTRONS IN THIS MACK RICK
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 7
Memory leaks get the best of us. Definitely my favorite kind of code to fix!
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Amit 👨🏽‍💻 Dec 7
Replying to @chockenberry
YOU NEED TO UNSHAKE TO REDO
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Craig Hockenberry Dec 7
SO WHEN IS SAFARI GOING TO START USING CROMUIMIUNM
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