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Tyler Fox
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Tyler Fox Aug 15
This is indeed what’s happening, breakpoints should be working for this in the simulator in a future Xcode 11 beta.
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Tyler Fox Aug 14
Replying to @an0
Deprecated API is not guaranteed to be supported going forward so yes, use it at your own risk
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Tyler Fox Aug 14
Replying to @an0
You could cover your UI with a temporary view/window that would block touches, perhaps?
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Tyler Fox Aug 13
Replying to @smileyborg
Also, for people who think having more than 1 credit card is nuts: • They all cost $0, no penalty for sitting idle • All on autopay, carry no balance • Many credit accounts is not bad for your credit • Closing accounts IS bad for your credit • Maximize rewards & benefits
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Tyler Fox Aug 13
Replying to @smileyborg
I have some other cards (e.g. Discover) with rotating 5% categories, but I rarely use them. It’s usually not worth the mental overhead to maximize an extra percent or so for certain parts of the year. Just those 4 cards are a fantastic set to have, and I highly recommend them.
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Tyler Fox Aug 13
Replying to @smileyborg
#1-3 have no foreign transaction fees so they’re great for traveling, but I bring a Capital One Quicksilver abroad (1.5% on everything) instead of the Citi Double Cash for purchases that aren’t in categories #1-3.
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Tyler Fox Aug 13
Replying to @smileyborg
1. Apple Card (2% Apple Pay and 3% Apple purchases) 2. Uber Barclays (4% restaurants & bars) 3. Citi Costco (3% travel) 4. Citi Double Cash (2% on everything) All of these are unlimited cashback, no rotating categories or other BS to worry about.
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Tyler Fox Aug 13
Since everyone’s discussing credit cards...here’s what’s in my wallet. I only do no annual fee rewards cards; I have yet to find an annual fee card that’s worthwhile, especially factoring in risk to credit profile if I stopped using it in the future and had to close the account.
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Tyler Fox Aug 13
Replying to @kyleve
Manual is fine, debugging isn’t automated yet ☺️
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Tyler Fox Aug 13
Replying to @jazzychad
With this tiniest edit, it’s way harder to unsee
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Tyler Fox Aug 13
Replying to @kyleve
Can you share the project you used to test this? I'd like to take a closer look at what's happening under the hood here 👍
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Tyler Fox Aug 10
Replying to @mynameisraj
🙈
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Tyler Fox Aug 10
Replying to @mynameisraj
Looking forward to pics of your tread wear after 5K miles 😄
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Tyler Fox Aug 10
Replying to @mynameisraj
What’s up with that front camber 🤔
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Tyler Fox Aug 5
Replying to @steipete
Thanks for filing, steps to repro in existing app(s) are important to make the impact clear. Haven't seen any other reports of this yet, so it will be hard to argue for a fix without evidence it's actually a real problem for users.
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Tim Cook Aug 4
I'm heartbroken about what's happening in my country. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results. It's time for good people with different views to stop finger pointing and come together to address this violence for the good of our country.
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Tyler Fox Aug 3
Replying to @steipete
It’s a feature. Popovers in iOS 13 use safe area to do this. You’re free to do things like add a visual effect view outside the safe area, much like what many apps do at the top of the screen in the status bar region on iPhone X.
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Tyler Fox Aug 2
Replying to @steipete
If any are high impact please submit feedback with repro steps in those app(s)!
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Tyler Fox Aug 2
Replying to @steipete
I see, that’s unfortunate but somewhat just unlucky. Do I even want to ask why the numberOfSections implementation relies on hunting down a view? 😜
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Tyler Fox Aug 2
Replying to @steipete
So you are doing stuff to the table view (e.g. calling reloadData, or a number of other things such as forcing a layout pass) before setting it as the VC's view (where this happens) then? If so, I don't see a problem from the UIKit side. Why does it cause you to crash anyways?
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