Web Design and Development
New video tutorial showing you how to use storyboards to visually lay out and connect the views in your Mac app.
New video tutorial showing you how to use the new live scripting environments called Playgrounds in Xcode 6.
Drupal.org will be affected by maintenance Thursday, October 23rd 14:00 PDT, 21:00 UTC.
An increase of the MySQL innodb_buffer_pool_size will cause a short downtime for Drupal.org while MySQL is restarted. We plan on a 30 minute window of potential instability, though the actual outage should be 5 minutes or less.
Please follow the @drupal_infra Twitter account for any issues encountered during the maintenance window.
Thanks for your patience!
Now that Yosemite (OS X 10.10) is in the wild, you may or may not have tried the new dark ui mode. All this really means is that it will make your dock and menu bar black. You can switch to dark mode by checking off the option in the General section of System Preferences as shown below.
Once you switch to dark mode you may notice that a lot of icons either are invisible or look like crap. For example, the Wallpaper by Behance app that we recently released shows no icon when in dark mode.
The fix doesn’t involve providing an alternate icon for dark mode. The solution is actually ridiculously easy. You simply need to set your status bar icon to be a template image. When you do this OS X will take care of adjusting your icon to different visual modes. Here is some code that shows how to do this:// Load icon var icon = NSImage(named: "statusIcon") // Fixes dark mode icon.setTemplate(true) // Create status item var statusItem = NSStatusBar.systemStatusBar().statusItemWithLength(NSVariableStatusItemLength) // Set with tempalte image statusItem.image = icon
So with that one line of code added you can see that the Behance icon is now inverted whenever the user is in dark mode.
If you are using a custom view instead of an image for the menu bar icon then you will have to do some logic in your drawRect method.
Drupal 7.32, a maintenance release which contain fixes for security vulnerabilities, is now available for download. See the Drupal 7.32 release notes for further information.Download Drupal 7.32
Upgrading your existing Drupal 7 is strongly recommended. There are no new features or non-security-related bug fixes in this release. For more information about the Drupal 7.x release series, consult the Drupal 7.0 release announcement.Security information
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Drupal 7 and 6 include the built-in Update Status module (renamed to Update Manager in Drupal 7), which informs you about important updates to your modules and themes.Bug reports
Drupal 7.32 was released in response to the discovery of critical security vulnerabilities. Details can be found in the official security advisory:
To fix the security problem, please upgrade to Drupal 7.32.Known issues
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