Currently, many major apps keep all the active editing view in Light Mode, irrespective of whether the rest of macOS is in Dark Mode. Is that the best option?
Until these bugs are fixed, versions in iCloud simply can’t be trusted. And mixing them with Handoff becomes even more confusing.
Dark Mode isn’t in the least bit simple. Some “Apps that look great in Dark Mode” still dazzle with brilliant white views. But the problems are worst with websites – for the time being.
Shared documents in iCloud have patchy version histories with duplication. They are also inefficient, leading to download of many identical files. And they can take forever to sync.
Working on shared documents in iCloud Drive is attractive, and support by Pages, Number, and Keynote. But there is flaw with versions. Can it be worked around?
We’re still writing most text in black on a white background on displays with wide colour and high-resolution. Why not use colour for additional meaning?
Document versions can be a lifesaver when you need to reverse some changes or recover missing text. So why don’t they work on documents shared in iCloud?
You can now share old versions of documents in iCloud Drive. But don’t expect it to work properly, and stand by for profound confusion.
Welcome and useful additions, particularly to Pages, where these additions fit in well with styles. But some surprising shortcomings too.
Four versions of the same app to demonstrate different app states in Sierra and High Sierra, and how your apps can join the undead.