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.
Icons are a fundamental part of a graphical interface, and convey valuable information. Although QuickLook thumbnails can enhance, they can also conflict unless carefully thought out.
Only one previously reported bug appears to have been fixed in 10.14.5. Here’s a list of some of those which remain.
Several serious bugs have been fixed in this update. Here’s a list of those which still remain. Please add more as you come across them.
It has been one of the oldest problems on Macs, when a document shows with the wrong icon. Why, and how to fix it?
Three bugs may have been fixed in 10.14.3: About This Mac’s Storage bar (at last), App Store glitches showing apps need to be redownloaded, and some black on grey text.
Together with the Quick Actions bar, they force you to scroll to view an item’s metadata, even on large displays.