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I can’t stop myself, I have to contribute my opinion.
Keystone is the real villain here. Google’s auto-update mechanism that has root privileges and can change any file anywhere on my system at any time without my permission. Sure, what could go wrong with that!??
Back in 2017 I warned colleagues about the risk of it going wrong and linked to a page of Keystone clear-out instructions. See if you’re infected and what it’s been up to with:
$ defaults read com.google.Keystone.AgentThere are standalone/non-auto-updating versions available if you really need Chrome for testing/compatibility purposes.
Scot1 said:I am on iOS 14.5 beta and tvOS beta and I just calibrated using the iPhone 10. Seamless operation. 🤗
appleinsideruser said:appleinsideruser said:ihatescreennames said:I wonder if it will work with my projector. Obviously the phone would have to face the projector and not the screen.
I think it's pretty obvious when you actually, you know, think about it.Pretty clever when you think about it. 😉