At first I thought it was my mistake. Then it looked like a simple error in the interface. But this bug in Mojave’s signposts is more complex. Here’s a workaround.
For around 5 years, if not longer, the Finder has suffered from an obvious bug which disrupts the workflow. Will Mojave fix it?
In this version, the feature to install named security updates finally works, the Help book is updated, and it now works properly in Dark Mode. Recommended for all.
If you’re already using the developer preview of Mojave, or considering being one of the public beta-testers, here’s detailed information about compatibility of all my apps and tools.
How does the ‘Optimize Storage’ feature work? Indeed, does it work? A look at its confusions and a couple of bugs.
High Sierra 10.13.4 may have stopped leakage of APFS encryption passphrases, but that is only a small part of an accident chain going back many years.
I wrote yesterday that macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 finally fixes the leakage of APFS encryption passphrases into the […]
The latest update to High Sierra, bringing it to 10.13.4, does fix the bug discovered by Sarah Edwards […]
Did Apple keep quiet for more than 3 months about the leak of encryption passphrases into High Sierra’s log files?
I previously described a serious vulnerability in macOS High Sierra versions to 10.13.1 which was discovered by Sarah […]