System Integrity Protection can get in your way, and may be recommended to solve compatibility problems. It’s also changing again in Catalina.
You can now change its font size between 4 and 24 points, and this update checks automatically for updates too.
At last you can change the size of the text used to display log excerpts. Also adds auto-checking for updates.
With recent privacy protection, notarization requirements, and extended checking of executable code, it’s getting more common for an app not to launch. What can you do when that happens?
Preparing software for distribution shouldn’t be harder than writing the code in the first place.
Confused as to what will and won’t run on macOS 10.15 Catalina? Here’s a clear guide for users from regular to advanced.
A simple command tool to write messages to the unified log in Sierra and later. Now signed, hardened and notarized.
Important changes for anyone distributing command tools in particular, and a good time to ensure you only ship signed and notarized apps if possible.
Coming up to its 12th birthday, Time Machine backups have changed a great deal, but still rely on a feature almost unique to HFS+. What is their future?
Was WWDC a damp squib after all? With only one new unaffordable Mac announced, and more dreadful privacy dialogs on their way, you might think so.