Support Questions

Looking in the support mailbag, I noticed a couple of good questions recently that I thought would be worth sharing more widely.

How do you switch the calendar to the Dark theme?

Quick Calendar for the Mac is a useful widget for Notification Centre. Mojave is the New Shiny from Apple. While Quick Calendar works on Mojave, it doesn’t fully support all the new things currently — it comes out in the wrong colours when in dark mode for example.

The good news is that I’m working on a new release that will support Dark Mode and also have a couple of other new features.

Despite being free to download, keeping it working on the latest operating systems does take time and effort. Your donations to the tip jar keep it alive!

Any news about Quick Calendar for iPhone/iPad?

I lied, no one asked about this, but since I’m already talking about the Mac version… Anyway. There’s a new version. It should be released at the same time as the new Mac version. I can’t commit to a timescale, but it should be relatively soon.

Yummy 3 asks for my Pinboard account name and password — where is that info stored and how secure is it?

In hindsight I’m surprised that no one has asked this before — it’s a good question. It’s partly answered in the Privacy Policy (“Wandle apps do not collect analytics that can be traced back to a specific user; Wandle apps do not “call home” periodically”), but a more complete answer would be:

It’s stored in your iPhones keychain, which is the technology Apple provide for storing things like passwords. The password is sent to pinboard to access your bookmarks over a HTTPS (i.e., secure) connection. If you have iCloud Keychain enabled, it may be encrypted and sent to Apple’s servers. Wandle Software has no way to access either your username or password.

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