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bio website ivan.vucica.net
location Dublin, Ireland
age 26
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seen Aug 11 at 22:11

Croatian developer, focusing mostly on iOS and Mac development.

Most interested in game and web development, with game development experience on Mac, Windows and GNU/Linux.


Aug
9
awarded  Teacher
Aug
9
answered Does the Mac support multitouch screens in any way?
May
28
comment Temporary jailbreak of iPhone 4 for purposes of deleting a dictionary
@TomGewecke If you google around, the Japanese-to-Japanese dictionary blocks Japanese-to-English dictionary from ever appearing. On iOS 6 only. The only documented solution on iOS 6 is to get rid of the Japanese-to-Japanese dictionary. For a beginner studying a language, a monolingual dictionary is useless; on iOS 5, the bilingual dictionary was practical, detailed and very easy to use.
May
28
comment Temporary jailbreak of iPhone 4 for purposes of deleting a dictionary
One of the large issues I have with this is the inability to go to-and-from jailbreak as I please. If I jailbroke now, use it jailbroken, then want to undo it -- I can't, because I'll be forcibly restored to 6.1.3, and unable to jailbreak again. I do have 6.1.2 SHSH, but nonetheless. Plus, keeping the phone jailbroken and then simply loading it with a bunch of cr*p like I did on the iPad and previous phones is too tempting. ;-)
May
28
comment Temporary jailbreak of iPhone 4 for purposes of deleting a dictionary
@grgarside No reason for tethered jailbreak per se. I am currently uninterested in jailbreaking the current phone. It does everything I need, except for the dictionary. I'm happy with jailbreaking the tablet, but have no need to do so on the phone.
May
28
awarded  Student
May
27
awarded  Editor
May
27
revised Do iOS devices have a pop-up Japanese-English Dictionary like on the Macintosh?
added information on restoring Japanese-English on iOS6
May
27
asked Temporary jailbreak of iPhone 4 for purposes of deleting a dictionary
Jan
12
comment Do iOS devices have a pop-up Japanese-English Dictionary like on the Macintosh?
@TomGewecke Someone posted on ASC that Apple Support told them it's a bug. Hopefully that's it -- it's just a bug.
Jan
10
answered Do iOS devices have a pop-up Japanese-English Dictionary like on the Macintosh?
Nov
6
comment Backing up a disk image with Time Machine
I was asking precisely because I'm interested if I can force Time Machine to treat this volume as a physical one. I'm only separating it to make HFS+ happier and snappier.
Oct
31
asked Backing up a disk image with Time Machine
May
31
awarded  Supporter
May
31
comment Can I browse the Mac App Store without Snow Leopard?
Does not provide all the features for browsing (e.g. I couldn't find how to see New & Noteworthy apps), but still quite useful. I suspect Apple built it primarily for SEO.
May
31
comment Is it safe to remove the “Install Xcode” application after installation?
I believe that launch services will notice your new drive, check the internal list of partitions stored in launch services' database, and finally mark as available all applications registered as belonging to a newly-available partition. In any case, whatever is done is ran upon making new partitions available. In any case, App Store most certainly uses the API -[NSWorkspace absolutePathForAppBundleWithIdentifier:].
May
20
comment Is it safe to remove the “Install Xcode” application after installation?
I believe just launching the app is enough for the launch services to notice where the app is located. So launch the installer and quit it. Failed move upon entering a password is strange.
Apr
3
comment Is it safe to remove the “Install Xcode” application after installation?
As far as I know, sudo mv does not allow launch services to track the location of the application. Use Finder to move the app by entering the password when asked for it, so Mac App Store can see that the app is still installed. Otherwise, it'll think it has magically moved.
Jan
28
awarded  Autobiographer