Preciziun can now open documents from their macOS Bookmarks, and preview them in Quick Look.
Wouldn’t it be good to be able to locate important documents using Bookmarks, which endure even when you restart, or move the document? Now you can.
More insights into how to create and use references to files which are unaffected when you move the file, or restart your Mac. And a new version of Precize to help.
If apps can remember old documents in the Open Recent menu command, how can I do the same?
The Desktop and Finder illusions are held together by Launch Services, which associates file types with apps. This and more now hinge on the UTI.
The Desktop and Finder illusions rely on files having a type and creator, and an icon association. These were kept in the Desktop Database, and are now the responsibility of Launch Services.
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.