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@alexyakushev I haven’t seen that one. For me Emacs has some general redraw glitches on Mojave, but at least it works.
For poor souls out there that suffer from this, switching
cider--display-interactive-eval-result seems to fix this, however, you lose nice font-locking. Still, better than not seeing any output.
I found a thread where someone had the same issue: https://old.reddit.com/r/emacs/comments/a59iom/emacs_in_osx_mojave/. No real solution though. I've tried installing the nightly (from May 28) and it didn't help.
Yeah, it’s GNU Emacs that’s using more of macOS’s core APIs. Hopefully one day this work will its way upstream, but I’m not holding my breath. 🙂 (the Emacs core team notoriously doesn’t care much about better support for non-free operating systems)
However, it switched Option and Super for me, and the solution to undo this doesn't seem to work:)
I have Option and Command swapped on the OS-level, and this emacs seems to revert this.
this has some really sweet mac specific settings though:
(if (fboundp 'mac-auto-operator-composition-mode) (mac-auto-operator-composition-mode))
> the Emacs core team notoriously doesn’t care much about better support for non-free operating systems I wouldn't either, I'm counting days towards when I can finally throw away this piece of shit and install a normal OS.
Oh that's what it is lol! I have been kicked out of a couple of calls because of that 😅
Wow, that sounds like a megafeature to me. Perfect excuse to leave a long boring call.
Well, I tried running it through a base64 decoder and it didn't work. It might be trimmed, or something else. No idea! Looks base64ish
The really annoying thing was that occasionally zoom would just start eating cpu and kill the call
And the remote code execution wasn't great either. Give me a safe sandboxed browser!
Most of colleagues on Linux had some type of issues with Zoom, but overall it seems to work.
I hear that Slack is also eating up more memory there, but hopefully this was addressed by now.
For me the only things keeping me in macOS land are proprietary apps that I have to use for work and the general Apple lock-in (the nice integration of all their devices). Unfortunately these days the Macs are their worst devices… 😄
Today I was once again wanted to break my shitty macbook after its left shift got stuck…
Totally agree, the worst keyboards ever! My mechanical keyboard addiction kinda saves me from it
Dunno, I use linux more then 10 years now and I have not so many pb as other folks says :girn
I do work and all things with Linux OS and everything works fine. So I would definitely reccomend to switch to Linux or Unix (freebsd) but Unix like might be to hardcore 😁
I think that any major Distro in Linux works great, from arch to debian/ubuntu, opensuse or fedora/centos etc
Largely things work for me, yeah. Zoom is particularly weird though. Because it's all hard-compiled against a version of glib as well, makes things annoying like when the update.
It's very sad with the Mac keyboards. But there is no way I would consider anything else but macos. I just plain love it. And I also hate everything else. Haha.
I'm just thinking if this could be possible, like kind of swiper emacs but for the cider history.