Paintings by Joseph Wright of Derby, William Dyce, Walter Crane, JW Waterhouse, Velázquez and others with allusions to the thread of time.
Painting time as a concept is very difficult. Once solution is to show the Fates, as depicted by Rubens, Goya, Burne-Jones, Jacek Malczewski and others.
When a “fixed” formatting string proves anything but fixed, then breaks without warning or even mention in a release note.
How Apple made changes to Foundation routines which format dates and times which can break their formatting when in 12-hour clock mode.
Two basic rules: M1 Macs run Arm-native code when it’s available, but won’t mix ARM-native and Intel code in the same process. Here are the details.
Time has changed in M1 Macs, with the Mach clock ticking every 41.67 nanoseconds. This affects all log entries too, and works differently in Rosetta.
New version of Mints tells you the scaling factors required to convert raw Mach absolute time values to nanoseconds, which change on Apple Silicon Macs.
Since we switched to Intel Macs, Mach precision time has ticked away in nanoseconds. That’s won’t be true in Apple Silicon Macs, and could have strange results.
Father Time, a grey-haired old man with a beard, wearing ultramarine blue, and holding a scythe and hourglass.
Why couldn’t a user specify times before 0100 and after 1300, when the DatePicker worked fine using the 24-hour clock?