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 It's a gold mine. I have a few submissions of my own in there. :) I'd go hang out on there for a while after Flash CS 5.5 would crash for the half dozenth time in day from the same bug and erase my progress.  I should've taken screen grabs of all the Creative Cloud installer errors I got while updating to 2015, each one asking me to go quit certain open applications... which were actually effing background processes (at least one of which was one of Adobe's with no actual...
Here comes the hover-to-reveal mystery meat navigation a la iTunes 12 to iOS.
 Without swearing *at you*, I'd like to point out that as someone who's been using Photoshop since 1.0, Adobe's UI situation has been a steaming pile of shit for quite some time now, their full-screen mode included. Or rather, I don't find their full screen mode less shitty than any other aspect of their UI. I used to take breaks whenever I'd get frustrated and visit http://adobegripes.tumblr.com just to remind myself that I wasn't alone. Sadly, that Tumblr isn't updated...
I don't think I've ever pictured open apps living behind the Springboard, so that'll take some getting used to. My gut tells me it should be far left and underneath them all — but with Apple, I *assume* they've thought this through and the hierarchy is being represented the 'correct' way, and I was wrong. :)   I also realize sometimes they're just wrong about stuff (see iTunes), so maybe not.
That button invokes Clippy.
I can see this being useful in developing areas/off the grid situations (or The Road/Fallout-style post-apocalyptic environs), but otherwise this is just polishing a turd.   Disposable alkaline batteries are garbage. Anyone still using those for commonly used household devices — stop and switch to a decent set of rechargeable. Yes, they are expensive in comparison, initially. But I'm surprised at how few people seem to know they last SO much longer for each use than...
 Turn off "Store drafts on the server" in Preferences.
Wait, you can't do that? That was one of the primary things I envisioned being useful on the Watch (which I haven't ordered). I am increasingly trying to train myself to use both of these often between my iPhone and Mac, and assumed I'd be able to read/add from the Watch as well. Do you get geofenced or timed Reminders on the Watch?
 This must be your first time listening. They don't ask those questions, because they're smart enough to know they won't get answered, so it's a waste of their chance to ask a question that might actually get answered, and of everyone's time including everyone listening. Tim's no fool, it's not like he's going to change his mind about what they disclose — I recall a year or two ago someone asking about something in a roundabout way, and Tim answered something along the...
Thank the heavens I can finally have a calculator watch.
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