Four versions of the same app to demonstrate different app states in Sierra and High Sierra, and how your apps can join the undead.
Added to the bar chart are timestamps of the first and last log entries included, and there are other improvements too.
Maintaining a menu gathered across all the open documents could be tricky. Here’s a simple solution using UserDefaults and NotificationCenter.
The odd behaviour of some apps, which quit on their own, but hang around as zombies, and the long battle trying to make sense of logs.
Rising to the challenge of the unified log: how to work around lack of information, and a surfeit of information. More function and power.
Are you getting over-notified? Who’s in charge – you the user, or macOS? Getting control of notifications, both local and remote.
How did that new folder and bundle appear in the main Library folder on my Mac? And what does it do?
Where to find hidden global default settings, and how to change them without paying for a utility like MacPilot.
We’re being nudged to upgrade, now by a silent pushed update which is set to remind us every week until we do.
New options find and show startup and wake events, and can perform log load analysis on the last 20 days or so of log entries. A unique tool.