How to run one-off backups, how to cancel automatic backups, and how to set your own backup schedules.
This completes the intended feature-set for the first release version: T2M2 can now make better backups too.
Who is the wanderer and painter in Thomas Fearnley’s landscapes? Does he have any deeper purpose, or was he just a graphical signature?
Adds a new set of analyses to discover the underlying cause of infrequent and irregular automatic backups.
A simple and elegant way to eliminate duplicates from an array of strings comes and goes as Swift 3.1 takes charge.
An overview, comments on its narrative nature, and indexes to the previous articles about the Frieze.
You can back up multiple volumes to multiple backups. Here’s how and why you might do these things.
And the most important fix: the colours of the traffic light indicator are better.
Not just superb paintings, but one of the great visual tropes of Western art, and one of the best wedding speeches ever.
A full explanation of everything that T2M2 analyses and reports, with practical tips on how to interpret and fix.