You preview a major Rich Text document, which QuickLook shows as completely empty. Has something terrible happened, or is it just a four year-old bug?
In the original JPEG image, the yellow and red are clearly distinguishable. By the time they’ve been rendered, they are hard to tell apart. Unless you’re colour-blind.
Obvious problems include QuickLook thumbnails and previews which display white text on a white background.
It may seem minor, but what TextEdit has been doing for the last 6 months is a travesty of what made the Mac.
Little changed from 10.14.5, the final release of Mojave still has many significant bugs. Here’s a partial listing.
In the next week or two, 10.14.6 should be released, the last version of Mojave, and the last macOS to run on cheesegrater Mac Pros. Where has it got us?
Only one previously reported bug appears to have been fixed in 10.14.5. Here’s a list of some of those which remain.
How to cater for Dark Mode when printing an AppKit view, and how to add a command to export a document in PDF format. Swift 5.0.
This Rich Text editor now opens and saves RTF, plain text, HTML, and PDF, in which it preserves as much text styling as possible.
Look in the Dictionary app, and entries are fine in Dark Mode. But access the same content via Spotlight, and they become unreadable. Why?