I’ve two which I couldn’t do without. StopTheMadness restores Mac features like menus, autocomplete, copy and paste. Better is my choice of tracker blocker.
Searching for third party Quick Actions, I came across the excellent Yoink, the only app which seems to have solved them. Or has it?
The built-in Quick Actions and those bundled in installed apps are managed by the daemon pkd, and PlugInKit. Not so Automator workflows, though.
The problem of Undo is a major consideration when building or using any Quick Action, Automator workflow, AppleScript, or other lightweight solution.
Making your own Quick Actions in Automator is very simple, provided that it has the actions built in or provided with apps which can do the task.
One of the significant features of Mojave, Finder Actions deliver significant features without you having to open an app.Are they extensions, and where are they installed?
Stepping through key points in the log as Mojave 10.14 starts up. Most of the key waypoints are similar to those in High Sierra.
Don’t rush to upgrade if you rely on Extensions, which might be disabled. There’s also a vulnerability in running old versions of plugins like Flash.
Adds details of the sequence of screens displayed at each stage, to help diagnose boot problems.
Practical tips for those intending to upgrade early, from checking compatibility, preparing workarounds, to making a copy of the installer.