My friend and fellow Mac developer Daniel, known for the productivity tracker Timing 2, assembled a list of general-purpose productivity apps for Valentine's Day and offers exclusive discounts. My own app, the Word Counter, is on this list, too.
Check out his post and enjoy your lovely treat of discounted apps for Mac.
For whatever reason, my current app project's find bar does not make the text view
firstResponder again when you hit Escape or click the "Done" button to close it. This is very uncomfortable for users: they type away, hit ⌘F to find a phrase, then hit Esc – and now they're in limbo. To my astonishment, the
hideFindInterface is not triggered when you make the find bar disappear. Its opposite,
showFindInterface, is triggered when the find bar slides back in, though. Intercepting in
NSTextView.performTextFinderAction(_:) does not help, then.
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