RIP Philo

WWDC 2018 .. anything?

https://www.techradar.com/news/apple-wwdc-2018-keynote

http://www.businessinsider.com/apple-wwdc-most-important-announcements-ios-macos-2018-6


WWDC 2018 brings iOS 12, macOS 10.14, watchOS 5 and more
Permalink Fool Boy 
June 10th, 2018 3:16pm
anything update on coreML?

https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2017/703/
Permalink Fool Boy 
June 10th, 2018 3:16pm
is the opengl story news?

https://forums.developer.apple.com/thread/90545
Permalink Fool Boy 
June 10th, 2018 3:17pm
Where is the money to be made now?
Permalink Fool Boy 
June 10th, 2018 3:17pm
"With Siri Shortcuts, you can create unique phrases that perform multiple actions in either one or several apps."

This feature was announced for MacOS System 7 in 1991. It worked very well in fact.
Permalink Reality Check 
June 10th, 2018 3:36pm
"in macOS Mojave, a new feature called "Stacks" easily organizes all the random contents on your desktop into neat little batches of documents located on the right side of the screen. Stacks can be arranged by file type, date, or tag. If you click on a stack, you'll see all the contents. From there, you can double-click to open a document, or click the stack again to put everything away."


Jesus fucking Christ, I've been using Stacks since they were introduced in OS 8.6, then reintroduced in OS X 10.3.

So I guess they removed Stacks at some point and now these motherfuckers are bringing it back and acting like it is new? Typical Apple.
Permalink Reality Check 
June 10th, 2018 6:07pm
Stacks are like Pringle potato chips in a can?
Permalink DrPepper 
June 10th, 2018 6:19pm
In that case, I have been using stacks since 1988.
Permalink DrPepper 
June 10th, 2018 6:20pm
I can't eat Pringles anymore, they give me acid-reflux.  I think it's the over-use of stacks.
Permalink SaveTheHubble 
June 10th, 2018 7:38pm
>If you click on a stack, you'll see all the contents. From there, you can double-click to open a document, or click the stack again to put everything away."

How is this different from a folder?
Permalink Grumpy Old Git 
June 11th, 2018 12:31am
It is a folder, but it's a smart folder that is a hybrid of a folder and real time search results. It's also kept as a tab along the bottom of the screen, and pops up/springs back if you click on it and then click away from it.

The previous version could be any kind of folder not just a smart one.

Windows that can collapse into spring loaded tabs were introduced in 8.6 and stayed through 9.2. This disappeared from 10.0 through 10.2 and was then reintroduced in 10.3 and renamed Stacks.
Permalink Reality Check 
June 11th, 2018 7:18am

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