While I'm generally rather content with Mojave, one thing that bugs me massively is what Apple has done to the printer dialogs in their own apps, i.e. Preview, Safari, Mail, TextEdit, etc. I want to preface this with stating that I'm using a Canon printer. I cannot completely rule out that my observations are specific to a certain types or makers of printers, and I'm interested to know if anyone else, maybe with different printers, has made the same experiences. So, where's the problem? Before Mojave, the printer options where spread over four pages as shown below: Quality & Media, Color Options, Borderless Printing, and Duplex Printing & Margin. Each of these pages contained tidily arranged control elements, as for example here for Quality & Media: And now? Only a single page for all these printer options. (The following pictures will all be in German – you will see why.) This page contains of a long, unsorted list of drop-down menus, which looks as if an intern slapped it together in five minutes on his lunch break. And maybe you already noticed why I posted these screenshots of the German version: apparently no one bothered to properly localise this mess. Everything marked with a red arrow is unlocalised, which includes also the (in the previous picture not obvious) options for Halftoning ("Halbton"): (And that's even ignoring the fact that this menu makes as little sense as a dropdown menu labeled "Ferrari", giving you the options to choose between "Car" and "Mercedes": Halftoning and Diffusion are subtypes of dithering.) It gets worse. See the menus I marked with blue arrows? These are duplicate entries. Is this what Apple's dedication to give the user a quality experience looks like nowadays? This complete mess that even puts the worst hobbyist open-source projects to shame? And before you ask: this has nothing to with the drivers. All third-party applications still have the tidy printer options they had before the upgrade. The screenshot above I gave as "before" example was actually taken five minutes before the others under Mojave in MS Word. This crap is purely limited to Apple's own applications.