> On 13 Oct 2016, at 23:59, Gerriet M. Denkmann <g...@mdenkmann.de> wrote:
>> On 13 Oct 2016, at 20:02, Charles Jenkins <cejw...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I don’t have any answers, but please keep us posted. Sierra is the first
>> macOS upgrade that proved to be a complete disappointment to me, because the
>> interesting new features are based on Handoff, which worked for me in
>> Yosemite and El Cap, but now doesn’t work at all.
>> Looks like Handoff is joining AirDrop and Siri as features that would be
>> incredible if they worked…
After long struggles with HandOff (a.k.a. NSUserActivity), I have now
established the fundamental theorem of HandOff:
It works, when it works.
With the corollary:
If not, then not.
Sometimes, when macOS refuses to see hand-offs from iOS, it helped to change
the Bunde Identifier of the iOS app, thus tricking macOS into thinking it got
something from an altogether different app.
But the more fundamental question:
Is it possible to do HandOff from macOS to iOS (without iCloud, sharing
documents etc.), just like one can do HandOff from iOS to macOS (using the
userInfo to communicate some small data)?
I tend to think this is impossible.
Any proof to the contrary would be most welcome.
Is there anybody on this list actually using HandOff?
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