@stux I’ve been using it for the past couple of months on the Dev Beta. I’ve found it pretty nice to use but it seems to have broken some of the things that I use such as the GPGSuite mail plug-in

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Orders from the Top: The ’s Timetable for Dismantling -to-End

The last few months have seen a steady stream of proposals, encouraged by the advocacy of the and Department of Justice, to provide “lawful access” to end-to-end encrypted services in the .

eff.org/deeplinks/2020/10/orde

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@steveroy I don't mind the App Library so much. When the first dev beta came out I found that some apps would categorise differently to what I would expect. It would be nice if they allowed the end user to disable it in a later update. You could always submit feedback at apple.com/feedback/

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@steveroy
Unfortunately not, you can set it so newly installed apps go straight onto the home screen like they always have but the App Library cannot be turned off

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So, I joined about two weeks or so ago and I've still not gotten around to my so here goes:

Hi everyone, I'm an electronics engineer who likes to code. I am fascinated by languages (currently learning Esperanto) as well as science and engineering

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