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TidBITS#1251/08-Dec-2014

As we return from the Thanksgiving break, we implore you to consider becoming a paid TidBITS member. In addition to receiving exclusive benefits and saving hundreds on Mac software, your support would help us fund great articles like those in this issue. To start, Adam Engst explains the hidden trick for changing the font in Yosemite’s Messages app, and Josh Centers shows how you can prevent the next version of Twitter in iOS from spying on your apps. Also this week, Michael Cohen looks at PDFpen 2 and its innovative way of enabling upgrade pricing on iOS, Jeff Carlson tells you how to remove the Slo-Mo effect from iPhone videos, Julio Ojeda-Zapata reviews Ergotron’s budget-minded standing desk solutions, and you can enter to win a copy of BeLight Software’s Printworks in DealBITS. Finally, we’ve been listening to the Apple community’s Yosemite complaints, and while we can’t solve every problem, we have rounded up fixes for five common annoyances. Notable software releases this week include Firefox 34.0, Boom 2.0, Airfoil 4.8.11, Downcast 1.1.5, Lightroom 5.7, Carbon Copy Cloner 4.0.3, and PopChar X 7.0.

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ExtraBITS for 8 December 2014

The bad news in this installment of ExtraBITS is that Apple has forced the removal of a key feature of Transmit iOS, despite not following its own App Store rules in another situation. The good news is that the company is offering free programming tutorials for kids in its stores this week.