Where to look for that vital preference file? Here’s a list of those you’ll find most useful in Mojave.
Preference files are involved in many Mac problems, and are often their solution. Using them now isn’t simple: here is some guidance.
Source code workthrough of one method of checking for and automatically downloading updates to an app, in Swift 5 for macOS 10.11-10.14.
You want to read in a property list to structured data in Swift. The solution – in Swift 4 – is in a Coder, as explained here.
Got a setting that you just can’t get to stick properly? Here’s a listing of preference files for Sierra, and pointers to all sorts of other settings too.
Having problems with preference files? Here’s a step by step guide to solving them, including a new version of PermissionScanner.
How HelpHelp accesses a large nested Property List files, handles its data as arrays, and uses NSHelpManager.
These have changed little since El Capitan.
A complete guide and index to locating those troublesome property lists containing preference settings.
Preference settings have been a problem since the first public beta of OS X. Why have they never been properly sorted out?