Mojave’s handling of Rich Text in Dark Mode is now broken in several places, including the new version of TextEdit, in QuickLook, and Pages.
More accurate datestamping in its reports, and a default filename which incorporates date and time. Worthwhile for all users.
Has Apple changed App Store behaviour in 10.14.2? Does it now leave updates in the cloud, or is it just broken?
There are still many outstanding from 10.14, and one going back many years.
Not as large as the previous update to Mojave, it still replaces a lot of apps but Apple documents almost no changes. Here’s a summary of the detail.
Not mentioned in the release notes, the new version of TextEdit is a bold attempt to provide a Dark Mode which is infuriating, confusing, and inconsistent. Avoid it.
More work to be done before your migration is fully complete: check your workflows, key security settings, disk health, licensing, backups.
Apple has just pushed an update to the data used by Gatekeeper, bringing its version number to 157, […]
Apple has just pushed an update to Gatekeeper’s security data, bringing it to version 157, macOS Mojave 10.14.2 […]
What if you can’t or don’t want to use Migration Assistant to move your files from your old to a new Mac? Here it can get more complicated. Tips and solutions to help.