There are still many outstanding from 10.14, and one going back many years.
A new version of Mojave brings some fixes, and introduces some new bugs. Here a few for starters. I’ll add more as we discover them.
It is easy to browse images and other documents in the QuickLook cache in High Sierra and earlier, but Apple has not blocked this – details here.
I was sceptical of Dark Mode, but have been trying it out for more than a week now. And for me, it works. But watch for the Flashlight Effect.
Displaying thumbnails and previews with white text on white background is a good party-trick, but quickly gets tedious.
Mojave’s first full release is looking relatively free of bugs so far. This list is updated as and when new information arrives.
Hopefully fixes a bug, and across-the-board minor improvements. Most important for those upgrading to Mojave, but useful for all users.
Some interface tweaks, and a new menubar app which puts these QuickLook cache controls within easy reach.
QuickLook keeps a cache of document thumbnails and previews which can be a security and privacy risk. Here’s why, and a new tool to help you maintain your privacy.
Telling what a file is – whether plain text, Unicode UTF-8, 32-bit code, and so on – can be hard. Just use a little magic, free in the command tool ‘file’. Includes Swift code to access magic numbers.