Archive for the 'Apple' Category

OS X Yosemite

Friday, October 17th, 2014

OS X Yosemite is now available, and if you rely upon any Red Sweater apps, you’ll be happy to know that we are good shape with compatibility. I’ve been running the beta releases for a few months and fixing little things here and there as I run into them. For the most part, Apple made […]

OS X Mavericks Compatibility

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

All Red Sweater apps are compatible with OS X Mavericks. Over the past-several months we have tested all our apps against pre-release versions of OS X Mavericks. Minor bug-fixes were required here and there but have been actively deployed in the released versions of apps for several months. Should you run into any issues at […]

Exceptional Apps

Friday, August 24th, 2012

Today I went to launch VMware 4.1.0 on my OS X 10.8.1 Mac and was met with this surprising refusal to open: Well, that’s interesting. Mac OS X supports the ability for applications to specify in their “Info.plist” files the minimum system version they require, but as far as I know there are no keys […]

Can I Get Your Address?

Friday, July 27th, 2012

Mac OS X’s centralized Address Book empowers developers to offer users features that go above and beyond what would be possible in the absence of such a resource. For example, an envelope-printing utility on Mac OS X doesn’t need to demand that you painstakingly type in the name and address of your friend before mailing […]