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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by ferrarr View Post
    It's a "limited time" thing.
    Weird. Not sure I get the point of a time limit for editing, but you'd think it would be longer than 24-hours. Could've swore it didn't use to be like that, but maybe I'm dreaming
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  2. #32
    OnyX deleted all my Firefox bookmark locations!
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    We have always had a time limit on editing a post. The reason for the time limit should be obvious...

    In any event, if you feel the edit is important, ask a moderator or Admin to edit it for you. As long as the edit is within reason, we'll do it for you.

  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by chscag View Post
    The reason for the time limit should be obvious...
    Apparently not, or else I wouldn't have said I didn't get the point. I am a member of another major forum online for over a decade (that I'm far more active on than here) that has no time limit on editing posts, and I've never heard nor seen where it caused an issue. Not once. And it shows the edit time and date (and an optional field where you can add the reason) so it's clear that it's been edited.
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  4. #34
    OnyX deleted all my Firefox bookmark locations!
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    I'm not going to go into what other forums do, and since that's the way ours is setup, I won't offer any more comments except that if you really need to edit an older post, a staff member will do it for you.

  5. #35
    OnyX deleted all my Firefox bookmark locations!
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    I am getting my first mac so I am going to be real careful cleaning up

  6. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by rbrick49 View Post
    I am getting my first mac so I am going to be real careful cleaning up
    The issue has been fixed in OnyX, so no worries. The program YASU was also recommended in lieu of OnyX in this thread, although the developer doesn't seem to be on top of it as Titanium Software (who develops OnyX), as they have no Mojave release yet.
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    OnyX deleted all my Firefox bookmark locations!
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    Quote Originally Posted by usagora View Post
    The issue has been fixed in OnyX, so no worries. The program YASU was also recommended in lieu of OnyX in this thread.
    ok thanks usagora

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    The program YASU was also recommended in lieu of OnyX in this thread, although the developer doesn't seem to be on top of it as Titanium Software (who develops OnyX), as they have no Mojave release yet.

    From the YASU developer's blog:
    AUGUST 12, 2018
    A Fork in the Road
    A few months ago I opened a mailing list digest that I don’t normally open. Call it fate, call it coincidence, call it what you will, but with that email and the subsequent discussions, Yasu for Mac has taken a fork in the road. I don’t expect the path Yasu will take will be greatly different, but that remains to be seen.

    As of last Friday, I took over Yasu from Jim and my hope is to give it as much passion as he obviously did for so many years. Coming from a developer and tech support background, I’ve had plenty of experience with the code that Yasu is written with (AppleScript) and with using Mac Utilities. With that said, I’m excited to see where I can take Yasu, without completely changing what Jim’s vision was. There are plenty of multi-function Mac utilities in the same category as Yasu, but none are as simple to use. What I love about Yasu is I can put it on any client’s Mac regardless of their technical abilities and know that they’ll be able to use it as needed.

    I’m excited about being part of Yasu’s future and seeing where it goes, but more importantly I thank Jim for the opportunity to take Yasu further down the road.

    LaMonte M. Forthun
    https://yasuformac.com/2018/08/a-fork-in-the-road/





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  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by pm-r View Post
    From the YASU developer's blog:

    https://yasuformac.com/2018/08/a-fork-in-the-road/





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    I read the same, but that was back in August and still no Mojave release or further blog update about one that I could see. Latest release available for download is for High Sierra.
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  10. #40
    OnyX deleted all my Firefox bookmark locations!
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    Quote Originally Posted by usagora View Post
    I read the same, but that was back in August and still no Mojave release or further blog update about one that I could see. Latest release available for download is for High Sierra.


    Maybe he took the WRONG Fork in the Road and even got stuck!!!

    But Mojave does seem to be adding some extra and higher hurdles for most developers and some have more resources available. Even in the Free software world.







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