Linked by David Adams on Wed 20th Jul 2011 15:13 UTC
Apple As widely anticipated, Apple's new major OSX release is available this morning, download-only, for $29.99 USD in the Mac App Store. There's a quick copy and paste job of the feature list after the jump. Also as expected, there's a new, Sandy Bridge-based Macbook Air. Update: A reader pointed out John Siracusa's Lion review at Ars.
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RE[3]: :(
by _txf_ on Thu 21st Jul 2011 22:57 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: :("
_txf_
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2008-03-17

As with most new apis, it is strictly Opt In. iWork 09 got updates to support it though...

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RE[4]: :(
by Bill Shooter of Bul on Fri 22nd Jul 2011 04:12 in reply to "RE[3]: :("
Bill Shooter of Bul Member since:
2006-07-14

Yeah, now some of the apps you use you wont have to press the save button, and others you will. Does that really decrease the odds of data loss, or increase it? I guess there really isn't any other way to transition to an always autosave world. Ah well.


Also, Iwork is not for me. I'm not sure who it is for, but with google docs, MS office, or libre/open office I don't really understand its purpose/place. I mean I paid money for it, and I'd rather use a free one.

Edited 2011-07-22 04:16 UTC

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RE[4]: :(
by kaiwai on Fri 22nd Jul 2011 15:17 in reply to "RE[3]: :("
kaiwai Member since:
2005-07-06

As with most new apis, it is strictly Opt In. iWork 09 got updates to support it though...


If you use NSDocument then you automatically get it - the problem is that Apple didn't use NSDocument for iWork's applications.

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