Icons are a fundamental part of a graphical interface, and convey valuable information. Although QuickLook thumbnails can enhance, they can also conflict unless carefully thought out.
Safari 12.1.1 will write a folder of weblocs from its Bookmarks page, but forgets to close and release those files. Look at the problems which result.
Only one previously reported bug appears to have been fixed in 10.14.5. Here’s a list of some of those which remain.
First full release version, which conforms to macOS clearance convention, and lets you know which flags it has changed.
How this occurs, why, and what to do to manage the problem when it affects you. Complete with a visual summary and references.
Try using this workaround: it requires quick actions, and despite Apple’s promise, it only works until you next save the document.
How a security feature trying to block malicious documents has rendered a Finder feature useless, causing users and developers problems.
Two sets of log excerpts demonstrate how macOS can prevent a user from opening a document, then mislead them into thinking it’s the app at fault.
You double-click to open a document, and see a security alert telling you it’s from an unidentified developer and your security settings prohibit opening. What the hell?
An ingenious idea to save storage space: leave out empty areas in large files – make them sparse. Do they exist in APFS as claimed?