31 Jul '12, 6pm

1Password-Typinator conflict rekindles memories of OS 8.6 and Conflict Catcher

1Password-Typinator conflict rekindles memories of OS 8.6 and Conflict Catcher

In the 90′s I used Jeff Robbin’s Conflict Catcher 8.0.1, from Casady & Greene, to prevent system extensions from interfering with each other. It cost a pretty penny (US$80) but I bit the bullet and bought myself a copy. With it, I reached a wonderful stability despite using a diverse array of extensions. So much stability it offered that I skipped OS9 entirely, and in 2002 I I leapt into OS X rather dramatically. Conflict Catcher was abandoned with great joy! All this reminiscing because Typinator failed to work. Thankfully its menubar icon was displaying an odd colour and I clicked to see this message: I quit my applications one by one and then I realised it must be 1Password. And sure enough it was. So 1Password 3.8.20 inactivates Typinator 5.1. A conflict! Hmph! I thought I left this behind in 2002! With OS X disabling the “event monitor” as 1Password operated in “secur...

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otterman.wordpress.com 31 Jul '12, 4pm

If you were an NUS OS X Snow Leopard user back in 2009, we experiennced a hiccup with Juniper’s Network Connect which is i...