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29 September 2017

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    @infovore I don’t even know if I do this… Joy.

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    @infovore The period of time between a new macOS release and when StackExchange is fully populated with how to fix all the things the upgrade broke.

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    @tomcoates @tominsam @infovore @gwire Does turning off WiFi in the macOS menu bar do the same in High Sierra? (I haven’t upgraded yet.) If not, maybe it will, or should?

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    @jjsanderson That is good. I’m also impressed my install of MT still mostly works, given I haven’t updated in so long. Flaky, but still going.

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    @jjsanderson It’s like archaeology. I’d briefly forgotten about Trackbacks.

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    Writing a script to export Movable Type entries just like [whatever year it was I last did this].

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    @tominsam @infovore @gwire @tomcoates No no I’m the normal one! My needs are the important needs Tom! I demand continued access to a convenient, simple off button. Off means off!

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    @tominsam @infovore @gwire @tomcoates Most people are weird. I want to turn off something I’m not using in order to save battery. Off means off. That’s my campaign slogan.

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    @infovore @gwire @tomcoates Keeps WiFi on but stops it looking to connect to networks… or something? Similar with Bluetooth? daringfireball.net/linked/2017/09…

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    @gwire @tomcoates Likewise. This is the most annoying thing for me about iOS 11. Now I have to keep going into prefs to switch WiFi off.