I’m browsing images in the Finder, when my software firewall tells me macOS is trying to phone home to one of Apple’s servers. We all know what that means, don’t we?
You preview a major Rich Text document, which QuickLook shows as completely empty. Has something terrible happened, or is it just a four year-old bug?
What are all those files and folders doing inside an app? Which can you safely change to customise an app? Why all the helpers?
It’s enough to make you and Edvard Munch scream: every QuickLook thumbnail and preview has rounded corners. They scream out the arrogance of the designer.
Strange moiré effects seen in some QuickLook thumbnails lead down another rabbit hole in what we thought was reliable code.
An explanation of the magic which takes place when you double-click a document, the things that can go wrong, and how to fix them.
Obvious problems include QuickLook thumbnails and previews which display white text on a white background.
Three Finder bugs in 10.15.3, from the plain silly to infuriating. Every Mac still has a hard disk, Preview Options that don’t work, and a very old fiend.
Need to clean documents of metadata, remove versions, and zero their datestamps? Here’s the utility to help, when used wisely.
Little changed from 10.14.5, the final release of Mojave still has many significant bugs. Here’s a partial listing.