LC & Catalina; macOS 10.15.x; Xcode 11.3.x; iOS 13.3.x support ???

prothero at prothero at
Thu Mar 12 15:35:09 EDT 2020

Well said, Jacqueline!

William A. Prothero
Santa Barbara, CA. 93105

> On Mar 12, 2020, at 11:58 AM, J. Landman Gay via use-livecode <use-livecode at> wrote:
> On 3/12/20 12:39 PM, hh via use-livecode wrote:
>> The uselist is not a LC-praising list. As long as we have the freedom of speech
>> everybody can say whether he is contented with LC or not. And nothing written does
>> change anything*with LC*, also not your positive-only (and excellent) posts ...
> Tone is important. There is difference whether the post is a discussion of a problem, or a rant against the team and the company. Discussions are useful and productive. A rant that attacks the dedicated people who are doing their best for us can cause some of us to become defensive.
> For myself, it feels like an attack on my friends. I know these people, how hard they work, and how much they want LC to succeed. I also know that they are deluged with work, they need to choose their priorities carefully, and they care very much. To date, they have met every requirement that the shifting sands at Apple and Google have thrown at them. They need to drop everything else to meet those deadlines, but they do it. Of course, that puts them behind on other things.
> These list posts go into a permanent archive where they can discourage others from trying LC well into the future; I see no point in making LC look bad to any interested parties. A frank discussion is fine, readers absolutely do need to know where traps may lie and what the current status of the product is. But sarcasm and scathing condemnation is neither acceptable nor productive.
> Basically: be kind. Think how you'd feel if what you are about to write was directed at you.
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> Jacqueline Landman Gay         |     jacque at
> HyperActive Software           |
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