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Open Radar 32787072: Xcode Project Navigator does not consistently persist folder layout

WORKAROUND

see the workaround at https://stackoverflow.com/a/48982427/113461.

  1. Input any number of letters in the file filter (input field at the bottom of the project navigator)
  2. Close Xcode immediately
  3. Reopen your Xcode
  4. MAGIC

Not the most intuitive user flow from Apple, but I'll take what I can get.

By enquiries at June 21, 2018, 10:53 p.m.

Open Radar 41321868: MapKit should display indoor maps, too

Screenshots

https://twitter.com/ortwingentz/status/1009717989325844480

By futuretap at June 21, 2018, 8:43 a.m.

Open Radar 40807782: iOS 12.0 Beta 1 WKWebview cross origin requests fail - Preflight response is not successful

It look like Xcode 10 beta 2 respectively iOS 12 beta 2 solves the issue...it deserves a try

By flusterfluster at June 19, 2018, 9:05 p.m.

Open Radar 32596156: iOS 11 Safari drag-n-drop is not standard

Apple Developer Relations

Because the original issue is resolved, we are closing this report. For any documentation issues, please file a new bug report.

Open Radar 32596156: iOS 11 Safari drag-n-drop is not standard

darryl

Ah, it does work on iPad.

It's definitely not clear from the documentation at https://developer.apple.com/library/content/documentation/AppleApplications/Conceptual/SafariJSProgTopics/DragAndDrop.html that it's an iPad-only feature. It says "supported with Safari 11 in both macOS and iOS" with no distinction for different devices.

Open Radar 32596156: iOS 11 Safari drag-n-drop is not standard

Apple Developer Relations

Appears to be working for me. See: http://whsieh.github.io/examples/draggable-emojis for an example of the draggable attribute in action (I just tested this on iOS 11.3, on an iPad Pro).

One thing I noticed that I didn’t before, is that you attempted this “on Safari on iOS 11.3 (iPhone 6S)”. We don’t support drag and drop in Safari at all on iPhone, and that is expected behavior.

Please verify this on iPad.

Open Radar 41101647: WKWebView not making CORS OPTIONS requests

darryl

This appears to be fixed in iOS 12 beta 2

By darryl at June 19, 2018, 8 p.m.

Open Radar 41101647: WKWebView not making CORS OPTIONS requests

darryl

Further testing has shown that this apparently only happens if you try to add/set HTTP headers when calling fetch (or XMLHttpRequest, which is also affected).

By darryl at June 19, 2018, 8 p.m.

Open Radar 41222162: Xcode Editor overscroll is ugly and can't be disabled

Apple response

As you noticed, there’s a configuration option for this feature. It’s enabled by default for popular reasons, as well as for discoverability. We anticipated there will be people who do not like it, and that’s why we provided a configuration option. We are now closing this bug report. If you have questions about the resolution, or if this is still a critical issue for you, then please update your bug report with that information. Please be sure to regularly check new Apple releases for any updates that might affect this issue.

By futuretap at June 19, 2018, 4:14 p.m.

Open Radar 41222162: Xcode Editor overscroll is ugly and can't be disabled

I noticed there's actually a setting to disable this. I'd like to advocate for the default setting to be "None" since this is the default in any other Mac app handling document.

By futuretap at June 18, 2018, 8:40 p.m.