@panic @matteolovatti @spinnerzmedia Awesome, I've sent over a DM. Thank you! :)

Nov 13, 2019

@panic @matteolovatti @spinnerzmedia Damn! Been refreshing my mailbox and Twitter every few minutes since seeing the Nova page update! Great to see so much interest though, I'm sure it'll be brilliant. :)

Nov 12, 2019

@panic Hello! I noticed you updated the Nova site with Coda 2 users on November 11, but I haven't received anything about it to my email yet (I subscribed to notifications). Do you know when something will come through, I'm dying to take it for a spin! Thanks! :)

Nov 12, 2019

@mrgan I love the custom icons in HomeKit, and the little animations they have when they’re changed. Brilliant attention to detail there. https://t.co/ku8cK1gW7h

Nov 8, 2019

@DonaldLamont12 @Edinburgh_CC This is an excellent point. Travelling along Niddrie Mains Road takes almost the same time it takes to get to there from Surgeons Hall all because of the stop-start nature of traffic. Would be great if bus lanes could be installed along that road.

Nov 6, 2019

@DuncanBannatyne "Let's just promise things we know we will never have to deliver and hope the electorate are gullible enough to believe it."

Nov 6, 2019

@JonyIveParody I ended up just obliging probably 30 times and it eventually went away for me. MacBook's been rebooted and on different networks without issue.

Nov 5, 2019

@travisatkins @AppleSupport @Amineiphone You tap and hold on the caret itself, and it can be moved between characters as needed. Alternatively, press and hold down on the spacebar and it can be moved that way. iPadOS still has the two-finger drag on the keyboard to move the caret too.

Nov 1, 2019

@billatnapier AppleCare should cover non-fault damage like that (presuming you used your HE options). Best booking an appointment and seeing what happens, they're usually pretty good at trying to help.

Nov 1, 2019

@billatnapier I think the problem is trust itself: older folks especially are most likely to trust anyone, and they're most likely to be targeted. Perhaps it's more about educating until the technology is "smart" enough to protect the user. TeamViewer warning about Indian IP's is a good start.

Oct 29, 2019

@mrgan Will definitely keep all of that in mind, thanks for the tips! :)

Oct 28, 2019

@Ubisoft @assassinscreed One of the best games I've played, and probably the best art direction in a console game. A true masterpiece! https://t.co/zlWCJyPdpK

Oct 28, 2019

@mrgan It's been a combination of getting a dough that tastes great, and being able to roll it thin enough without it falling apart. We found a supermarket bought one that was great, but they discontinued it recently - back to square one! :)

Oct 28, 2019

@mrgan @rjhall Super, thank you! Will look to give it a try sometime. :)

Oct 28, 2019

@mrgan @rjhall Your pizzas look amazing! Do you have a solid dough recipe you can share? It's been the one thing we've been struggling with. :(

Oct 28, 2019

@billatnapier I've been using the "new Edge" on and off for a while, and it's been really good. Just Chrom/e/ium under the hood, but none of the nasty Google tentacles! (I'd trust Microsoft with my "data" over Google any day.)

Oct 28, 2019

@billatnapier Both of my parents have worked in the NHS (Scotland) - the organisation is a decade behind in virtually anything to do with IT and the management around it.

Oct 25, 2019

@akavora @JonyIveParody Restrictions such as...? Also, Apple made the 2019 devices thicker to now return some of the best battery life available just now.

Oct 24, 2019

@csswizardry Nice, I never thought to try portrait mode without a person - will give it a shot! :)

Oct 23, 2019

@Doug24Seven @reneritchie They could certainly make it round, but it would be too much of a compromise for them to make. Reading messages / emails on a round display is a less than pleasant experience. And I agree with you on the round iMac comment, not really comparing apples with apples there.

Oct 23, 2019