Brad Vrolijk tweets:
Even some of Apple’s Catalyst apps have some sloppy oversights in Catalina. In Podcasts, you get different remove dialogs (one macOS-like, one clearly iOS) depending where you decide to remove an episode (show view vs. a station)
But, sure, this is the future of the Mac we all want.
When logging into Twitter for Mac, you can’t tab to the password field. Because something, something, Catalyst is the future.
Here’s Twitter for Mac running in fullscreen on an iMac. An extreme example perhaps – I know there aren’t many people out there using Apple’s most popular desktop model.
And just so we’re clear, here’s the same screenshot but with whitespace colored red.
Also, an unedited screenshot of the fullscreen compose view. I did not add the black myself like I did the red color above. This is what it really looks like.
Can we step back and admire how the Twitter for Mac “Preferences” window is literally the iPhone app’s settings screen?
I totally get if they were on a deadline and reworking this screen into a native window had to be cut, but they even left in the preference to adjust the app’s behavior when using wifi vs cellular.
On a Mac.
Clicking an inactive application icon in the Dock should re-open its main window, right? Not sure if this is Twitter or Catalyst’s fault.
This particularly egregious one has been all over Twitter. First reported by @marioguzman…
I mean, naturally, you drag a slider with your finger or holding down on the mouse… Well, that’s what I was trying to do with the slider in the Twitter iPad app for Mac… didn’t go so well. LOL #Catalyst
Nothing to see here. Literally.