What do you do when you open a document, only to find that the wrong app opens it? Here’s how to tackle that and more.
Digging into macOS Sierra and its logs to examine how Recent Items works. Useful insights into Launch Services, and potential historical info about documents opened.
It’s a System Prefs problem. No, a preferences file problem. No, it’s something else, but Apple once again won’t tell us how Recent Items works, or doesn’t.
Finder revision class: two valuable enhancements for working with batches of items, to rename them, and display previews.
Lists bugs in macOS itself, not those manifest in third-party software running on it. Please report and I’ll keep the list updated.
Currently they all look like old bugs, some going right back to Mavericks and earlier.
It’s tempting just to put the folder in the Trash. But this could be a quick way to acquire a more complex problem.
Sierra 10.12.4 has had a lot of significant bugs fixed, at last. Here’s a list of those known to remain.
Please post comments adding to this list if you think you have found a bug, so that others can be aware too.
It can be valuable to know how to restart, run a command, and open an app using Terminal, AppleScript, and different methods in the Finder.