MacBook is done, and seems to be running a tad faster for it. Will do the MacMini in the morning though, all the other Macs in the house are currently using it to install (it's setup as a caching server).
Yeah i have airport extreme back-ups but it's still a hassle and a nervous wait to see if the NI stuff is going to play ball or not, their software is great when it works but if anything goes tits up their support is abysmal, I've an old Kore hardware unit that used to work great with my NI Komplete 7 package and was a hoot to use as a plug in with Ableton but it spat the dummy for no reason a year or so ago and NI just don't wish to know, fingers crossed my Maschine and S4 will last a good while longer.
Anyone using GPGtools, going into Mail, Preferences and hit update before upgrading to Mavericks. Mail automatically disables the plugin in Mavericks as it's not compatible, and the upgrade facility in System Prefs won't download the new one, and you can't download it from their site yet either.
You'll be fine if you upgrade it before upgrading to mavericks though.
True, but it doesn't address the original question. In that what is Apple doing with it? If they actually put some effort into it, and I dunno, release some new widgets for the first time in about 3/4 years it could actually be useful.
...although the answer seems to be they have forgotten about it.
Upgraded from the one before last with no issues. Seems a mite slow right now, but I have a feeling it's still tidying up after the reboot. I'll give a few more minutes and see what it does.
Other than that? It looks about the same. Maybe a bit smoother, a couple of extra icons (Maps???) in the dock, some missing from System Preferences, I have a strong feeling it installed Java for me too (which I don't want).
Will you stop using pathfinder in maverick or are the maverick changes good enough?
Main reason is dual pane view...which can have multiple tabs per pane....but Path Finder really is very powerful. Size browser, batch file renaming, drop stack, easy toggling of invisible files, preview, customisable folder views etc.
Bartender is a great little utility for tidying up the mac toolbar. Not essential, but nice if you're a bit of a tart who likes a nice neat toolbar without a million icons up there. Not available in the Mac App store.
Not sure about popclip tbh based on the brummies video. I'll check it out though, rude not to. Looking at your spaces link had me confused for a while. These are the desktops, right? I cant work out how to assign apps though as the instructions on the clicky you provided don't seem relevant to 10.8?
Yoink. wowsers. Another one of my pet peeves solved today. At this rate I'm starting to develop a bit of a man crush