-Joe is just about vagrant status as he gives us an update on his life on the road
-Ashleigh has some troubles with her Air Pods and her model MacBook Pro
-Apple hardware costs are making the guys wonder about new purchases
-A conversation with a client with a “gaggle of Macs” about the upgrade path
-Watchman Monitoring helps to generate customized reports either internally or for the client
-As rumors swirl about an October hardware release, Jerry hopes for an iPad with a USB-C connection that can also be used as an external display.
-PSA for Backblaze customers - upgrading to Mojave could cause Backblaze to stop backing up. Follow the article below to allow full disk access:
-1Password can still autofill credentials but can no longer execute a login (ie. pressing Return) in the latest version of Safari
-Also in Safari 12, Citrix now has an issue running. One of Joe’s clients has this issue after upgrading on her own. Here is a post about the fix:
And a blog post from Citrix about the issue:
-Jerry wants the new phone for “George Clooney selfie mode”
-Joe has a client with a new domain that ends in .photography, which caused all sorts of issues as many apps don’t understand that it is a URL. His work entailed adding the domain to Google Search Console, along with adding variants, selecting defaults, and adjusting country/language settings. Here are Squarespace recommendations:
-Joe shares a problem and solution for an issue in Mail app when composing a new email
-Joe introduces yet another new segment: Joe's Corner Down by the River. Note that when removing ~/Library/Mail/V5/MailData/Envelope Index, Envelope Index-shm, Envelope Index-wal, ExternalUpdates.storedata, ExternalUpdates.storedata-shm, ExternalUpdates.storedata-wal, when rebuilding mail database, messages for IMAP accounts are re-downloaded from the server! Eats up limited cellular bandwidth.