The recently-released OS X 10.4.7 update included a not-announced Dashboard widget update feature which silently checks to make sure that your widgets are valid. I agreed with the need for such a feature, but wrote about how I think Apple could have implemented things a bit better.
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- @lapcatsoftware Wait, so you're saying Finder was first? That explains SO much. 06:39:45 AM January 16, 2020 in reply to lapcatsoftware
- I'm afraid our downstairs robovac has become sentient—it stopped running earlier, and I found it here, having used… https://t.co/7z0ZuoQSGm 05:48:06 PM January 15, 2020
- @RonnieGreher I haven't bought a DVD in a while, but here's how I rip Blu-Rays: https://t.co/htV2vXdw3R It still… https://t.co/0YTmmYCyk0 11:55:34 AM January 15, 2020 in reply to RonnieGreher
- @RonnieGreher Yep, no resume, but to me, that's not a big issue—I don't do a lot of resuming on TV shows, given I t… https://t.co/WEsHU1wIXF 10:30:44 AM January 15, 2020 in reply to RonnieGreher
- @RonnieGreher Ah OK, I was mainly referring to movies. With old TV shows, I'll buy the box set and then rip them my… https://t.co/ekd3NNdFyC 10:22:29 AM January 15, 2020 in reply to RonnieGreher
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