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Turns out for webdev you don't need full Xcode, trash it and install the stanalone developer tools via `xcode-select --install`. Just as well as the App Store has been redownloading Xcode all day yesterday.

 

2019 and I still love to add `fortune` to my shell profile.

 

If you or your company have a contact form on a website, please send a test email today to confirm that someone reads them! Many times I hear nothing back, particular from small business.

 

"remote working is..."

 

It's all gone pythong.

 

Web developers, consider how visitors may want to share your page with others, so don’t cover up items on your handy shopping list page with a Consent Prompt when saved as a PDF.

 

Does universal clipboard for work anyone? https://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/apple/how-copy-paste-between-mac-iphone-3659951/ Copy a URL in Firefox on mac, doesn't paste in IOS. I guess the app must support it?

Update: it turns out that Handoff on my MacBook wasn't working until I signed out and in to iCloud. (Full diagnostic instructions can be found at https://www.idownloadblog.com/2016/03/15/troubleshooting-continuity-ios-mac/.) This then broke my Calendar until I forced quit it, and deleted the iCal preference as per https://discussions.apple.com/thread/8559377.

 

What do the macOS menu bar, a clever css filter I came across today, and a great iOS accessibility feature have in common? Grayscale makes for a quiet user experience.

 

Just got an upgrade prompt for Reeder 4. What an app, it’s my favourite RSS reader. Much improved and I love how I can unsubscribe now and reorganise my feeds. Everyone make sure your feeds aren’t breaking! https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/reeder-4/id1449412357

 

When business talks about accessibility, they talk about a legal issue. Developers talk about accessibility as a usability issue. This hurts users! Please raise it as universal usability.