Now includes all Mojave beta updates. Not needed for High Sierra or earlier, though.
Two tools to help you diagnose and fix problems arising from incorrect permissions in your Home folder and elsewhere.
Apple showed a new App Store app, and Apple News, which had been ported to Mojave using its new cross-platform tool, Marzipan. But what will it do?
Has repairing permissions on Home folders proved successful in Sierra? Should it be considered as a solution in High Sierra and later? Is it even available there?
Create and resolve Finder aliases from the command line, and convert Unicode strings into any of their normalised forms.
If you’re running Mojave and using a scripting language which can’t itself access Signposts, Blowhole now gives you access to them.
Apfelstrudel, which explores Unicode normalisation and string operations; Dystextia for obfuscating Roman text using spoofing; and Rosettavert for converting between text encodings.
Documents and data which you want to remain private can leak via macOS. Here’s a proposal for an app to do something about it. Could it help you?
The Mojave public beta is exciting. Here’s some advice on installation, and supporting tools available from here.
Seven updated apps covering iCloud, Spotlight searching, checking permissions, and more. Mostly for Mojave fixes, but worth it for other users too.