Christopher, one of my highly-paid sechsta sinn colleagues, has spent some of his expensive hours to compile a panorama screenshot of a DVW map. But it all pays off when the fans are happy.
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I installed the Safari 4.0.4 update yesterday on my OS X 10.5.8 (Leopard) and got GWT 1.7.x crashes ever since then. That’s a pitty since I’m involved in a larger GWT project (featuring GWT Canvas). There’s already a ticket and a simple workaround available but that’s no choice for production environments.
So if you have a Google account, please vote for it so it gets resolved soon. Apparently it’s a Webkit bug which will be fixed in Safari 4.0.5.
Update: I could downgrade back to Safari 4.0.3 using Pacifist and the Safari 4.0.3 installation package. I opened the package with Pacifist and chose “Replace” as the option for all files. Trying to apply the package alone won’t help because it detects that a later version was installed, even if you try to remove Safari competely using AppZapper.
Safari’s “About” screen shows version 4.0.3 again, OS X asks me to update to 4.0.4 again and my GWT application is back running. Not sure whether there are any other side effects, though, so handle with care.
Another update: Someone wasn’t as lucky as me and screwed his system with that approach. Better follow this instruction.
One of the best things I did last year around this time was writing ELFrun together with Martin. It was great fun and I think we both really enjoyed it. This year, I have even more pretentious projects but I hardly find the time to sit down and work on them. Sometimes I really want to cocoon myself and eliminate any external influences for hours or days. I guess that’s why I love working at night.
I was always working on PCs before and bought my MacBook Pro solely for the purpose of writing an iPhone app. It’s funny how things have changed in the meantime: I bought an HTC Hero, which is an Android phone, meaning I eventually turned away from the iPhone, but I spend most of my time in front of the MacBook Pro and use my PC mainly for playing games. I even consider buying the new 27″ quad-core iMac – if it ever gets a matte screen.
Funny how things have changed.
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