A clear guide to the complexities of privacy protection in Mojave – written for the user rather than the developer. Also free PDF version for download.
A neater interface with its own app icon at last, and notarized for your better protection.
When the user wants to access protected data using an app which doesn’t have the entitlement, the result is at best confusing, and could end up with a crash.
I’m all in favour of better security, so long as it doesn’t make my life any more difficult. Does Notarization fulfil that?
Parsing multiple languages in the same text, discovering which parse types are supported in a language, and finding ‘roots’ of words.
As shown at WWDC, 10.14 can parse natural language text into its parts of speech. Here’s a demo app for beta-testers, to give an idea of its powers.
Apple showed a new App Store app, and Apple News, which had been ported to Mojave using its new cross-platform tool, Marzipan. But what will it do?
Apple tells us not to use hard-coded colours like .black, but sets the default for scrolling text views to .black, causing text to be rendered in black on dark grey when in Dark Mode. Here’s a simple and universal fix.
It’s not just inversion of display colours, but has colour tinting from the Desktop, accents which change the colour of controls, and all icons need to be redesigned. Just to be cool?
Fire up your eGPUs, engage Dark Mode, and open Xcode: our Macs are once again going to be at the centre of invention and reinvention.