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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.

 

Can’t believe the firewall is still off by default in 2019!

 

Outlanders is a fun game but it reminds me that I like the free form mode of settlers best.

 

Keeping the task summary updated and clear when the acceptance criteria evolve and comments are added helps everyone work efficiently.

 

Is tool-layering the main threat to approachable web development?