From installation problems to Xsan, Apple’s latest notes provide valuable information for Mojave users.
Fixes a couple of bugs in version 1.1, mainly for Mojave users.
Survey of changes which have occurred since the first version of the unified log in macOS Sierra, with particular emphasis on Mojave.
Apple released macOS 10.14 Mojave at 1700 UTC on 24 September, as scheduled. Although the App Store didn’t […]
How you can tell which Mojave apps have been notarised, and why they are worth seeking out.
Natural language parsing, privacy exploring, update investigating, xattr-tweaking, iCloud poking, log browsing: they’re all here for Mojave.
Two updates aimed primarily at Mojave users, but Taccy now gives more detailed info on code signatures for all users.
With luck, High Sierra will turn out to be Apple’s nadir, and the vast majority of us preparing to upgrade to Mojave won’t look back.
Adding support for Mojave’s new privacy system is mandatory for apps which need to access protected data. How easy is that?
A detailed look at how users control Mojave’s privacy protection using the Privacy pane, and tccutil.