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Animal Crossing New Horizon companion app in SwiftUI

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Swift-only code to check Apple App Store receipts.

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Documentation markdown for all Vapor packages.

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HTTP, WebSockets, Streams, SMTP, etc. Core transport layer used in https://github.com/vapor/vapor

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Command line utility that removes alpha channel from PNG images.

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A sample that shows how to move a running Mac application to the /Applications directory

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A suite of tools to help translating Mac and iOS apps.

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Modern framework for managing global keyboard shortcuts compatible with Mac App Store. More details:

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Modern Swift API for NSUserDefaults

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CGSSetUniversalOwner

According to CGSConnection.h, sets a "Universal Owner" for the connection ID. Currently, that owner is Dock.app.

My theory was on Mojave

  1. kill the dock like so "/bin/launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.Dock.plist; /bin/launchctl start com.apple.Dock.agent"

  2. CGSMainConnectionID 2a) (Dock only) _RegisterApplication

  3. CGSNewConnection

  4. CGSSetUniversalOwner with CID from step 2.

  5. CGSSetOtherUniversalConnection using CID from step 2/step 3.

5a) Attempt to move a test window that I have open and know the WID of.

  1. re-launchctl the dock.

That was the theory, looks almost exactly what the Dock app is actually doing. But it's not working.

My questions...

  1. Which OS did this work on for Skylight? If I roll back to OS 10.x should it work?

  2. Is there something I am missing?

  3. Is there an example someplace that works? Maybe I am being mentally challenged.

  4. Is there a contact at Apple that could tell me what I am doing wrong?

Thanks!

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CGSSetUniversalOwner

@jslegendre thank you. Apple is full of undocumented "helpful" security features.

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CGSSetUniversalOwner

CGSSetUniversalOwner requires a private entitlement only Apple-signed binaries can have.

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Add rotation to the menu bar

Would it be possible to add rotation (0°, 90°, 180°, 270°) to the menu bar? I’ve found that vertical monitors aren’t so useful when screensharing, and so I’d like a quick way to switch between rotations when I spin a monitor around.

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Require macOS 10.12 in SwiftPM too

Thank you! I’m a bit behind on my SwiftPM stuff, just now getting into it.

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Merge pull request #6 from pointum/swiftpm-10.12 Require macOS 10.12 in SwiftPM too

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Require macOS 10.12 in SwiftPM too

Fix: Swift Package failed to build since it required 10.11

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issue openedavibrazil/RDM

1920x1080p HiDPI doesn't do anything when I select it

Not sure what I'm doing incorrectly, I've disabled csrutil and followed these instructions but nothing happens when I attempt to change to 1920x1080 HiDPI.

I also tried 960x540 hidpi and it doesn't work either.

Every other mode works.

I'm using this LG monitor.

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1720x720 HiDPI does not work, non HiDPI works

https://github.com/usr-sse2/RDM/releases

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issue commentavibrazil/RDM

The 16:9 monitor can not use highdpi mode

I have a 4K Philips TV (e.g. 3840x2160 and my macbook Pro 2018 can display native 4K on it @30Hz, TV model 55PUS7809), and I'm trying to render 1080p HiDPI.

I've followed all the necessary steps: enabling HiDPI mode with sudo command, generating and copying plist files to the right path in both /System/Library and /Library folders using comsysto's tool, installing RDM, rebooting at every step of the process. I still cannot select the HiDPI 1920x1080 resolution. It appears in the RDM menu list but doesn't do anything when I click on it.

I even downloaded the trial version of SwitchResX to see if it somehow was doing something I missed. It does create a new plist file in the /Library directory but has the same problem: the HiDPI 1920x1080 resolution is there (at several Hz options) in the list but it doesn't do anything when I click on it. (sidenote: it suspiciously works for >30Hz, so only resolutions that aren't supported for 4K output and results in regular, blurry 1080p)

Consulting the SwitchResX FAQ page, I find this (also mentioned in another issue thread):

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Sure enough, I found this error message in my console after trying to set the 1080p HiDPI resolution.

Even the developer of SwitchResX admits that there is this unavoidable "bug" in macOS that is preventing people from using the Retina HiDPI image rendering on non-Apple-approved TVs, specifically for the most common and actually-likely-to-work upscaling resolutions (50% and 25% of 4K). I don't think that this is a coincidence...

For those of us stuck in the 4K -> 1080p HiDPI rabbit hole, is there anything else to try? Could it be a hardware issue with the screen/connection? Specific lack of compatibility with Philips TV's?

Note that like others in this thread the non-16:9 HiDPI's seem to be working... I think this is specifically an issue with these MacOS-"blacklisted" resolutions that are also the most practical for 4K TV owners.

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