I’m intrigued how Pages on iOS displays localised font styles. I guess it might have an adjective parser (e.g. to know that “Ultra Light Italic” is two terms) and a long list of translations for common adjectives (regular, book, roman, italic, oblique, etc).
An update to my reading app is out that adds Shortcuts actions to automate and integrate with other apps. You can filter/sort based on many properties, including word count. There are also new lists for “Short Articles” and “Long Articles”.
Ostensibly proving I’m not a robot, but actually practising my French vocab.
A bit icy but otherwise great conditions in Ischgl/Samnaun today. AKA Expensive Swiss Lunch Day.
Realised a couple of recent articles showed up on Micro.blog and Twitter but not in feeds. For the record:
I didn’t notice this Reload Organizer command before. You can use to force Xcode to fetch new crash reports etc. from App Store Connect.
We have a PDF Viewer app user who updates their 1 star review after most updates to express disappointment we don’t translate our release notes into German. It’s amazing having such dedicated users.
There’s something up with the language model in iOS dictation that resulted in it transcribing “strawberry moose” instead of “strawberry mousse”. I guess homophone resolution is still tricky. 🍓🦌
Mixed conditions in the Zillertal to start my ski season. I understand it’s been dry until recently so this a huge improvement.
App Store ads are still keeping it classy. (To be fair, “meetup” could be interpreted this way, but the difference in tone is jarring between the ad and Meetup, the event management platform I’m looking for.)
I just found iOS 16 added viewing/copying the password of a known Wi-Fi network. Go to Settings > Wi-Fi > tap the (i) by the network > Password > auth with Face/Touch ID.
I used to use Keychain Access on my Mac to copy a password to Nintendo Switch. Much nicer from iOS.
⚡️🚙 London ➡️ Innsbruck, over two days. It’s time for mountains and skiing.
Just testing my micro blog. Here‘s some recent baking.