There you go again, apple releases a new OS and Dave starts bitching about how Sierra is broken. Here’s a list of things that stopped working and that I’m really upset about:
- I use a different keyboard layout called ColemaP. A slightly optimised version of Colemak. And it relies on the Caps Lock key being turned into a backspace key. For this I used a small software called Seil. It STOPPED WORKING.
- Outlines, outlines, outlines, some run a space program with outlines. I used OmniOutliner for the past 10 years uninterruptedly because it is a great software that simply made outlining easy. Now with the upgrade to Sierra, it STOPPED WORKING and crashes every time I launch the program.
- I use GPGTools for singing my emails and encrypting messages — You are encrypting your emails, aren’t you?. It worked great and integrated very well with Mail. Guess what? It STOPPED WORKING. Sure, I can still encrypt/decrypt text manually, but the integration with Mail was so nice.
- Ocasional App crashing. It seems that now and then some app refuses to open and crashes with a message. While the previous bullets are systemic and the apps STOPPED WORKING completely, others have random cases of computer fury and bail out on me. Well, let’s see if incremental releases make this Sierra something tamer.