|« January 2013|
Dave was most amused. :-)
Internet Explorer and NetNewsWire do a good job of using the system proxy information in the Network preferences panel, but only after stopping and restarting them. Mozilla ignores the system setting, having its own setting. The worst part of that is that it isn't location-sensitive. I'm disappointed that Chimera hasn't yet abandoned the Mozilla-style preference in favor of the system-wide setting, but hopefully that'll come in a future release.
I have quite a few ideas for improving Blapp. I'd love to help Michael McCracken by adding some of these features myself (that seems better than becoming "that pest who asks me for three new features a day"). But that's going to be difficult, because you can't really send patches against the objects.nib file.
I suppose this is just a special case of the problems inherent in collaborative GUI development, but it's still annoying.