@sumisa22 said in EU Planning to Force Apple to Give Developers Access to All Hardware and Software Features:
I am wondering why apple does not give much control to their developers when it comes to hardware and software features of their products.
Apple thinks they own your iPhone. They've even gone so far as to ban a news and social media app for political reasons! In other words: They only want you reading Apple-approved news on your phone.
With that level of arrogance, and thinking they know better than the user: Of course Apple doesn't give developers the nice toys.
Have you tried updating your browser? This happened to my friend as well but it was fixed after she updated her browser. Also, if the problem is not fixed by the update, try uninstalling and installing google chrome. If you are not using google chrome, try using it now. Firefox is not. a good option because I think it's mostly not compatible with most websites or features.
Vinegaroon meets streptococcus. True about Terminal. I keep it in my Dock for ready but cautious reference. I am using Safari, Brave and Tor until Vivaldi gets fixed. Firefox Sucks. I sprung for a subscription to Malwarebytes and had another whiplash HUHHH??? event when Remote Disc showed up in this fresh new Sierra in the disguise of a social media facilitating tool. I had several years experience with RDAC, Remote Desktop Assistant Client that the Data Services Department in Dallas County Government used to manage the army of office computers. That began in the early 90s. employees could not resist breaking the rules and were regularly disciplined. I was allowed to have a computer for my work as Lead Industrial Electrician but it was taken away because coworkers abused the privilege. Firewall will not stop a person with the right keys from using RDCA to commit mayhem.
Life should naturally focus on the real world with work, social life and family. But video games, as long as they are not abused, can be a great alternative for free time, instead of sitting in front of the TV (which one of these days I will replace with an aquarium, in view of the programming they offer), Since it helps to keep neurons in shape, especially at the age of retirement with a lot of free time.
The decision not to play should depend in any case on the user, not the manufacturer of the HW
@pycur For what it's worth, the escape button wasn't removed per se. The escape key? Now that is gone, but the virtual replacement is in same place and doesn't change much other than the feeling of clicking an actual button.