Chris Nordqvist

Stockholm, Sweden Freelance Software Engineer Joined about 7 years ago

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  • Posted to Trackpad worth the upgrade?, in reply to dh . , Sep 25, 2017
    • Rechargeable batteries would work I guess, but it's more of a hassle.
    • Pairing is a total mess if you have more than one mac in a room (and want to switch between them), usb makes it 10x better actually.
    • Use force touch all the time, remapped it to bring up shortcuts for window management, so that's how I throw windows around.
    • I'd say it's noticeable anywhere, but def didn't feel limited by the old one on this.

    Old one def does a stellar job still, I'd say it's the second best trackpad you can buy, it's just that the new one is the best :)

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  • Posted to Any idea for a VERY simple time-tracker, in reply to Steve Orchosky , Sep 25, 2017

    +1 Love this tool

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  • Posted to Trackpad worth the upgrade?, Sep 12, 2017

    I've had both, and heavily prefer the new one, even though it's ridiculously expensive

    I'd say there's a few major upsides:

    • rechargable
    • easy to pair (just plug it in)
    • works over USB too
    • no moving parts (the old one clicks through it's rubber feet, mine broke)
    • force touch
    • larger touch area
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  • Posted to So, I'm buying a new MacBook. Question is, which one?, in reply to G Juchault , Jul 05, 2017

    +1 for this one, works like a charm.

    @luis, also worth mentioning: External GPU support via thunderbolt 3 is coming in High Sierra, so if you can live with being tied to a desk sometimes you might not have to sacrifice that much performance either.

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  • Posted to Best external monitor for Macbook Pro 2017?, Feb 16, 2017

    Absolutely love my Dell U3415W. It's 34" and certainly not cheap, but there's no going back from comfortably using three apps next to each other.

    Colors are nice, even though I like them better on the iMac etc. I do more dev work than design though.

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  • Posted to Apple — MacBook Pro, in reply to Asher Simonds , Oct 28, 2016

    +1 for the 12".

    Got the m7 a couple of weeks back, haven't noticed anything it can't do (of my dev work) that my old 2012 quad-i7 could yet, and the portability is a game changer.

    Hopefully USB-C/TB3 accessories will drop in price a bit now that all the apple notebooks use it, good times.

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  • Posted to macOS Sierra — Upgrade Now, in reply to Alex Chan , Sep 21, 2016

    I've been using it on my work MBP since beta 2, been as stable as El Cap for me :)

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