Articles posted in March, 2015

OS X Activity Monitor: Yet more evidence of Apple’s sloppy work in Yosemite

Friday, March 13th, 2015 • 5:00 pm

Here’s another example of Apple’s sloppy work in OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) that is very easy to reproduce (at least on my Mac Pro): Open the Activity Monitor application (in the Application/Utilities folder). Option-click on your desktop to hide the foreground application, i.e. Activity Monitor, and switch back to the Finder. Click on the Activity […]

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OS X 10.10 (Yosemite): Preview fails to keep up with fast window resizing (continued)

Monday, March 9th, 2015 • 1:31 pm

Since my original post about a bug with window resizing in Preview in Yosemite, I have received feedback indicating that not everyone is able to reproduce this bug on their system. This leads me to suspect that the problem might be limited to specific hardware configurations, like the other responsiveness issues that I have be […]

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OS X 10.10 (Yosemite): Preview fails to keep up with fast window resizing

Friday, March 6th, 2015 • 5:56 pm

Here’s a typical example of the many things that are wrong in Yosemite in terms of performance and responsiveness. When you first upgrade to Yosemite, you might notice all kinds of different responsiveness issues and it can be all quite confusing, giving you a general impression of unresponsiveness even though you cannot quite clearly pinpoint […]

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Word 2011 for OS X: Easily confused

Thursday, March 5th, 2015 • 3:44 pm

If you’ve ever felt like confusing the heck out of Word 2011 for OS X just for fun (and who wouldn’t, really?), try this: In the Finder, create a folder called “Confused Word” on your desktop. In Word 2011, create a new document and save it as “Test1.docx” in the “Confused Word” folder. Leave the document open […]

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