This new version improves control behaviours in the preferences sheet. Is it ready for final release now?
They’re almost everywhere now: UUIDs and GUIDs identify disk volumes, printers, even the processes running on your Mac. Here’s an explanation.
Signposts from Sierra 10.12.6 recording key steps when logging in, out, and fast user switching. And a fascinating process which serialises its log entries.
Developers should consider letting users export and import suites of settings, to determine an app’s persona, or flavours of working environment.
Adds the ability to export and import libraries of custom predicates, styles, and filters to property list files, independently of preferences – a leap forward.
Which String.contains() variant should you use, and how can you give access to regex searching? More answers coded in Swift 3.1.
Stop wasting time wading through hundreds of hits: refine your text searches using regex, as supported by many Mac apps.
Different search and filter tools have different purposes – as demonstrated by exploring the log using Consolation 3. Regex at work!
How to breeze through the startup process log using new tools in Consolation 3.
Filters are here: Consolation can now apply simple text filters, or regular expressions (regex) to refine your log browsing.