Be nice. Or else.
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Oh, nice! Thanks for the heads up.
I had to downgrade because Messages stopped working properly. It "timed out" immediately after you had sent a message, so no new messages were received. In order to get new messages again I had to write one myself and wait 30-60s for it to "re-connect" or something.
Apart from that system animations were definitely running more smoothly. That's about the only noticeable thing for me.
Well this ad backfired tremendously. :D
Not to mention the value of keeping people in the ecosystem.
If it was completely inconsequential to them I don't think they'd have spent all that R&D money on the trash bin Mac Pro in the first place.
Woot, the thing about colour support really surprised me. But it makes sense. Thanks!
I just returned both of mine yesterday. The IQ is great, but it's so riddled with bugs of all manners that I just don't want to pay for it.
So this thread came in quite handy for me too!
Indeed. I believe when TypeKit updates their fonts, you need to manually 'publish' your kit again to receive any changes.
I guess it's easier when you need an account and build your own kits that are unique to you.
Supposedly strengthens your core muscles as opposed to destroying them!
I tried to use one. Lasted but a few minutes before I fell down. :P
It looks OK—considerably better than say LastPass—but it's slow. Not so slow that it's unusable, but enough to make it feel like an inconvenience. I just want my login details to be autofilled as I hit the page, not browse through menus and watch animations.
However I was told, just after I ditched 1Password a few months ago, that autofill is or will become available in the extension. I'll have to revisit, because if that's the case, I'm probably switching back.
Be nice. Or else.
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