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2023-09-11 17:45:05.122852+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Sure, people used to mock IE for always being 15 minutes behind, but have these folks experienced the Mac crash reporter that offers to re-open the app long after that app has been restarted and the new project is being worked on?

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#Comment Re: Sure made: 2023-09-11 20:41:08.565161+02 by: brainopener

I thought it was just me...

The Apple Mail app will crash on me once every few months (always when checking mail).

Some time "recently" (year? 6 months? 18 months?), I'm able to get the Mail app back open, mail checked, and an e-mail open and reading it before the crash reporter dialog pops up.

#Comment Re: Sure made: 2023-09-11 22:14:04.8281+02 by: markd

It might be groveling the file system getting versions of the millions of frameworks everything links with these days.

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