Previous versions could fail if run from a user account which is a member of very few groups. This update fixes that.
Adds CSV export of log extracts, and fixes two bugs. Is this now ready for final release?
Now uses monospace font, can write and read logarchive bundles and individual log files within them, and more.
When you can’t save to somewhere else, only to your startup volume, even though you’ve shown user intent. Privacy through perversity perhaps?
Survey of changes which have occurred since the first version of the unified log in macOS Sierra, with particular emphasis on Mojave.
If you’re already using the developer preview of Mojave, or considering being one of the public beta-testers, here’s detailed information about compatibility of all my apps and tools.
How much help does macOS provide for the diagnosis of iCloud problems? What does iCloud ‘throttle’, and what are its ‘budgets’?
High Sierra 10.13.4 may have stopped leakage of APFS encryption passphrases, but that is only a small part of an accident chain going back many years.
I wrote yesterday that macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 finally fixes the leakage of APFS encryption passphrases into the […]
The latest update to High Sierra, bringing it to 10.13.4, does fix the bug discovered by Sarah Edwards […]