Introduction to the series, together with an illustrated table of contents, references, and more.
A starting point for diagnosing and fixing your Mac problems, with links to key articles here.
Important improvements for Sierra and High Sierra, and support for Dark Mode which looks gorgeous in Mojave.
Much happened during his time as Rome’s great statesman: Lucretia was raped and her suicide inspired revolution. Then came the transition to a republic. Paintings by Botticelli, Rembrandt, Rubens and van Dyck, and more.
Add a feature to check for updates, built using the latest Xcode on Mojave, and supporting Dark Mode – with a caveat.
Dramatic changes in the classrooms of the late 19th century, as education became politicised and paintings resembled photos.
It’s not just inversion of display colours, but has colour tinting from the Desktop, accents which change the colour of controls, and all icons need to be redesigned. Just to be cool?
Chaos and physical punishment in the schoolrooms of the 17th and 18th centuries gave way to improvements in the 19th.
Welcome and useful additions, particularly to Pages, where these additions fit in well with styles. But some surprising shortcomings too.
Slow to be taken up, as they were so expensive and Chrome Yellow almost as good, they then came to dominate palettes, until their sudden fall from favour.
Need to send large files to someone? Don’t have time to let iCloud get round to it when it’s ready? Try Mail Drop – but not in the Mail app.
Although intricate in their detail, none of these paintings is larger than 90 cm in either dimension – and several are quite painterly in a miniature way.