Details of their locations, purposes, and the current installed version. These have changed a great deal since Mojave.
Do you want Photos to show its library selection dialog when it opens? Here’s one solution without the Option key.
Where to look for that vital preference file? Here’s a list of those you’ll find most useful in Mojave.
Inside all those hidden settings which control App Nap to Trackpad scaling factors: what they are and how to set them.
Do you want to see exactly what protected resources an app can try to access? Or check that your own app is correctly configured?
Sometimes macOS decides you want to open documents using the wrong version of the right app. Here’s how to fix that.
In amongst the hundreds of thousands of files which together make macOS Mojave work, there are security and […]
If anyone recommends that you change the Advanced Options for a user, please read this first. It could save you a lot of pain and grief.
Maintaining a menu gathered across all the open documents could be tricky. Here’s a simple solution using UserDefaults and NotificationCenter.
Where to find hidden global default settings, and how to change them without paying for a utility like MacPilot.