Archive for the 'Red Sweater News' Category

Title-free Touché

Tuesday, November 29th, 2016

I have been impressed by the response to Touché, my macOS utility for testing Apple’s Touch Bar without the need for Xcode. What’s surprised the most is the number of people asking for minor usability changes. These are not the kinds of things you fret about when you’re using a utility here and there for […]

Introducing Touché

Monday, November 14th, 2016

When Apple announced the new MacBook Pros, featuring a hardware Touch Bar above the keyboard, I was immediately intrigued. Apple provided a “simulator” to developers, so they can get a sense for how the Touch Bar works, and test their own apps with the Touch Bar, without having to buy a new MacBook Pro. The […]

Automatic Window Tabbing

Saturday, September 24th, 2016

I wrote recently that there were no known problems with our apps on macOS Sierra. It turned out I had overlooked one subtle aspect of the update, which did have a negative impact on two Red Sweater apps. Automatic window tabs grant the ability to almost all apps on the Mac to organize multiple documents […]

macOS Sierra Compatibility

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

macOS Sierra (12.0) went live today. There are no known issues with any of Red Sweater’s apps on the new OS. I have been running macOS Sierra on my personal development Mac for several months, and it’s been a pretty solid update both with respect to Red Sweater apps and with respect to most other […]