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Old Apr 21, 2008, 01:15 AM   #1
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Apple Seeded Mac OS X 10.5.3 9D22



On Friday, Apple seeded developers with Mac OS X 10.5.3 build 9D22. The latest build offers 15 new bug fixes to the latest version of Mac OS X Leopard. Apple has been aggressively seeded 10.5.3 seeds to developers. The previous seed (9d19) was released only 1 week earlier.

Once complete, the final Mac OS X 10.5.3 update will become available as a free update to existing Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) users via Software Update. No target date is set, but testing for a new version can extend over several months.



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Old Apr 21, 2008, 01:48 AM   #2
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Stoked, always like the updates but not before they are ready. Glad to see is as always extensively testing 10.5.3


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Old Apr 21, 2008, 01:53 AM   #3
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Can't wait. I've had a kung fu death-grip on 10.4.11 until now. Been waiting for a reason to upgrade to Leopard. I just ordered the 8800GT for my 1st Gen Mac Pro and it only works on 10.5.2 or higher so I will need to finally take the plunge to "Spots". Will be nice to get both 10.5.3 and a better GPU at the same time.
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 02:11 AM   #4
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Gah, useless without knowing which issues it fixes. It just makes me anxious in the meantime.
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 03:17 AM   #5
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 03:21 AM   #6
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One thing is certain: Safari will snappiest.
Yes, but will it be banned by PayPal?
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 04:57 AM   #7
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I think there pushing it quickly because its meant to fix the shutdown/restart problems that were introduced in 10.5.2, my 2 macs both regularly hang at this point since that last update.
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 08:27 AM   #8
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I think there pushing it quickly because its meant to fix the shutdown/restart problems that were introduced in 10.5.2, my 2 macs both regularly hang at this point since that last update.
What macs are they?
My imac seems to freeze when logging out if its been asleep can't figure out if its leopard or a hardware problem.
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 09:01 AM   #9
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Gah, useless without knowing which issues it fixes. It just makes me anxious in the meantime.
Areas of Change
New issues fixed in this seed:
- Network Preference no longer crashes when enabling System Mode
- Fix to MCX Client
- Fixed key type issue with checkoldprefs
- Kernel panic issue with cluster_write and File Systems fixed
- Fixed System Profile problem with Network pref pane
- FileSync issue with common external accounts resolved
- Fixed localization issue with Image Settings
- Joining AirPort network after wake issue resolved
- Fixed incorrect dating issue with Podcast Capture
- Directory.app problem with creating shared contacts with duplicate first names resolved
- Fixed Finder window issue with HLTB Windows
- Fixed clipping issue with CD or DVD sharing
- VPN no longer has to be reset when updating to a 9Dxx build
- Fix to password validation issue with Address Book Application
- Fixed delayed shutdown problem with kdcmond
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 09:46 AM   #10
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looking forward to 10.5.3. this is one step closer
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 11:34 AM   #11
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Areas of Change
New issues fixed in this seed:
- Network Preference no longer crashes when enabling System Mode
- Fix to MCX Client
- Fixed key type issue with checkoldprefs
- Kernel panic issue with cluster_write and File Systems fixed
- Fixed System Profile problem with Network pref pane
- FileSync issue with common external accounts resolved
- Fixed localization issue with Image Settings
- Joining AirPort network after wake issue resolved
- Fixed incorrect dating issue with Podcast Capture
- Directory.app problem with creating shared contacts with duplicate first names resolved
- Fixed Finder window issue with HLTB Windows
- Fixed clipping issue with CD or DVD sharing
- VPN no longer has to be reset when updating to a 9Dxx build
- Fix to password validation issue with Address Book Application
- Fixed delayed shutdown problem with kdcmond

Maybe this update they will fix the slow double mouse click speed setting. When the double click speed is set low the finder folders crawls to five seconds to open folders. Set it to high and no problems. Give it a try. I did for an apple store worker and they couldn't believe it.

http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=464580

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Old Apr 21, 2008, 11:42 AM   #12
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When the double click speed is set low the finder folders crawls to five seconds to open folders. Set it to high and no problems. Give it a try. I did for an apple store worker and they couldn't believe it.
Works fine here.. Odd.
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 11:44 AM   #13
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looking forward to 10.5.3. this is one step closer
To what, exactly?
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 11:50 AM   #14
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To what, exactly?
The poster meant that this build is one step closer to 10.5.3 (no kidding, right?)
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 12:47 PM   #15
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Maybe this update they will fix the slow double mouse click speed setting. When the double click speed is set low the finder folders crawls to five seconds to open folders. Set it to high and no problems. Give it a try. I did for an apple store worker and they couldn't believe it.

http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=464580
I just tried that and it works fine for me. Strange. I'm on 10.5.2.
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 12:55 PM   #16
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- Joining AirPort network after wake issue resolved
Hey hey! Maybe this'll finally fix my wake up from sleep issue where it'd occasionally take up to 2 minutes to wake up after opening my MBP lid, and the problem with not being connected, even though I've got an IP address and the little colored ball is green. The second problem is usually fixed with a restart though...
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 01:30 PM   #17
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Areas of Change
New issues fixed in this seed:
- Network Preference no longer crashes when enabling System Mode
- Fix to MCX Client
- Fixed key type issue with checkoldprefs
- Kernel panic issue with cluster_write and File Systems fixed
- Fixed System Profile problem with Network pref pane
- FileSync issue with common external accounts resolved
- Fixed localization issue with Image Settings
- Joining AirPort network after wake issue resolved
- Fixed incorrect dating issue with Podcast Capture
- Directory.app problem with creating shared contacts with duplicate first names resolved
- Fixed Finder window issue with HLTB Windows
- Fixed clipping issue with CD or DVD sharing
- VPN no longer has to be reset when updating to a 9Dxx build
- Fix to password validation issue with Address Book Application
- Fixed delayed shutdown problem with kdcmond
Are these particular to this seed only (cumulative of the last seeds, i.e. all of the 10.5.3 fixes or only this particular seed)?

Is there any mention of a fix for Samba/connecting to windows networks? There is a really nasty bug that makes it impossible to write to windows servers without reducing security settings on the server side. Its discussed here:

http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=467622
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 01:43 PM   #18
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Just curious..

How many builds does apple usually go through? I am assuming as many as it takes, but has there been a pattern say with the other OS's with how many have been "seeded"
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Does THIS finally fix this strange error of my Safari and Mail.app windows becoming invisible?
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Old Apr 21, 2008, 02:55 PM   #21
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Are these particular to this seed only (cumulative of the last seeds, i.e. all of the 10.5.3 fixes or only this particular seed)?

Is there any mention of a fix for Samba/connecting to windows networks? There is a really nasty bug that makes it impossible to write to windows servers without reducing security settings on the server side. Its discussed here:

http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=467622
This is only for the current seed release.

Below is the entire change log for 10.5.3...

Issues fixed in previous seeds:
- Joining AirPort network after wake issue resolved
- Issue with ImageCapture and downloading from multiple cards fixed
- Fixed issue with streaming errors
- Fixed AirPort preference issue with computer to computer networks
- iCal localization issue with General prefs fixes
- Set Affinity now displays correctly in File Management Pane
- Memory cache leak fixed
- Fix to CoreGraphics and DVD Player
- Fixed issue with servermgr_web_crash
- Fix to BootCacheControl
- Fix to CoreGraphics and Spaces utility windows
- Issue with Muted Volume UI resolved
- Fixed issue with Mail and displaying old email messages
- Fixed overlap button problem with selecting target disk
- Printing PDF from Preview fixed
- Fixed hanging issue with Directory Services and large group numbers
- Fix to NSURLConnection
- Fixed video corruption issue with 30" displays
- Fixed issue with IconsStorage and Remote Disc icons
- FileSync issue with common external accounts fixed
- Binding issue with Active Directory resolved
- Fixed extension issue with ImageCapture
- Mail log issue with CFNetwork fixed
- Fixed Command key problem with Dvorak layout
- AD issue with unresolved value for owner/contact fixed
- Fixed LoginWindow issue with Bezel brightness buttons
- NTLM authorization issue fixed
- Fixed issue with Spaces preferences
- Fixed issue with Spaces and keyboard navigation
- Fixed overlap problem with .Mac pane
- Fix to QT Pixlet
- Libinfo and getgrouplist issue fixed
- Fixed issue with Mail RSS and invalid feeds
- Fixed issue where certain systems may not shut down or restart properly
- Smartcard hang issue fixed
- Confirming auto-activation dialog now works correctly
- Fixed issue with Time Machine backups
- Fix to CoreGraphics and system-modal dialogs
- Fixed group membership publishing issue with Directory.app
- Leak issue with NSTask objects
- Issue with ImageCapture and downloading from multiple cards fixed
- Fixed issue with checkoldprefs
- Fix to new_vnode
- Fix to HLTB Windows
- Muted Volume UI issue resolved
- system_cmds fix to postinstall
- Integer overflow issue with precincts fixed
- Performing an authenticated bind now works correctly
- MCX Client and workgroup settings
- Fix to AirPort airportd
- Selectable options now work correctly in Screen Saver pane
- Fixed issue with Spaces where two windows may be brought to the front
- "Alternate number" hot keys now work with Spaces pref pane
- Fixed transition issue with .Mac pref pane
- Fixed issue with Kerberos authentication
- Fixed option issue with Network Setup Assistant
- Issue with Daimon memory footprint and Directory Services fixed
- First time activation of Spaces and hot keys now work correctly
- AFP Server and share points
- Fixed issue with makequeues and Printing
- Issue with Aperture and Printer Settings resolved
- Managed Client and smart card login issue fixed
- HLTB Events issue with opening document from Finder resolved
- Automator Find Mail Items now works correctly
- Time Machine backupd and new AFP backups
- Issue with password auto retrieve and AirPort 802.1X fixed
- Fixed issue with Spaces preferences
- NSConnection now notifies ports when a thread exits
- CUPS "-P" option for the "lp" command now works correctly
- Graphics corruption issue resolved
- Issue where Mail messages may not display correctly fixed
- Layering issue with Spaces fixed
- launchd and FCS2 restart now works properly
- KerberosHelper now finds ticket from managed realm
- Fix to CoreFoundation and Xcode run log
- Fixed Automator Action with To, CC, and BCC fields
- Fix to Comms SW and Ethernet Adaptor
- Fixed Sleep issue with MBA
- Resolved issue with AppleUSBEthernet plist
- Fixed communication issue with Back to My Mac and .Mac servers
- Resolved AirPort connection issue
- DashboardClient processes now work correctly after .Mac syncing
- Adding a Mobile account and Portable Home Directories issue fixed
- Text-to-Speech and Japanese text
- Dashboard sync and placement of widgets with different screen resolutions
- Web Content Filter and Parental Controls
- iCal Synchronization and adding Task with Attendee no longer gives an incorrect error
- twisted.mail.module now installed with Python 2.5
- ImageIO fix
- Fixed issue with Go to Folder and Finder
- Date arithmetic now gives correct results
- AppleScript 2.0 and formUniqueID fix
- NTLM auth and CFURLauthentication working correctly
- Text-to-Speech and Hysterical voice no longer causes hang
- Minimizing a window with a negative size no longer causes Dock to hang
- When Dock hiding is enabled, activating Spaces while a Stack is open now works correctly
- AD DS Plug-in and Domain Controllers issue fixed
- Issue were running apps make display incorrectly in the Dock fixed
- Exiting Front Row with the remote control menu button works correctly
- Fixed memory leak issue with CoreAnimation
- Network pref pane now lists domain options correctly
- Folder permissions with archive and install fixed
- iCal now presents previously used alarms when creating a new event
- Calling lockFocus on NSImage in secondary thread no longer causes crash
- Selecting login items for mobile accounts no longer freezes preferences
- Fixed issue with Installer App
- Printer Proxy now integrates with the Apple Help system
- SpotlightIndex and issue with rebooting fixed
- Binding client to a directory no longer creates multiple copies
- NSString isEqual now works correctly
- Mobile Account group MCX settings now preserved when offline
- iCal no longer sets all-day exception date to local time
- Fixed iCal syncing issue with recurring events
- Printer Proxy and language display issue resolved
- Fixed memory leak issue with iCal
- Error getting external address 3 with mDNSResponder fixed
- Fix to CoreImage and NSBitmapImageRep
- Issue where FireWire camera may block FireWire device recognition resolved
- CATransaction no longer crashes when committing in layoutSublayersOfLayer
- Fixed ToDo due date time zone issue in iCal
- Disk Utility Repair Permissions progress bar now behaves correctly
- Issue with NSView and opening & closing windows with GC on fixed
- Layer-backed view printing now works correctly
- URLMount fixed
- NSBrowser now works with NSTreeController with countKeyPath set
- Spotlight search on server shares now return correct results
- Fixed issue with printing PDFs from Preview app.
- AFP X Client now creates folders with correct privileges
- Issue with infinite loop and NSCoding fixed
- Venezuela time zone issue fixed
- Debug bild of DVDPlayback.framework now allows running in gdb
- ICADownloadFile now works correctly
- HLTB DataBrowser: Scrolling in languages issue fixed
- IKPictureTaker no longer crashes when garbage Collection is enabled
- CISunbeemsGenerator no longer crashes when Garbage Collection is enabled
- Fix to CoreAnimation
- MCX Client setting fixed
- Mail no longer deletes or adds Alarms on a Task when Alarm is changed on a Task
- CIFilter objects no longer lead to crash when released
- When checking domains multiple times, CFPreferences now checks correctly
- fsck_hfs now handles file hard links properly
- Pax archives now extracted correctly into File Systems
- BSD Kernel and unbuffered i/o no longer hangs
- Fix to Type 1 Scaler
- Fix to 802.1x authentication
- Saving an Automator Workflow now saves correctly when right-clicking from menu
- Searching for files by date with Automator Action now behaves correctly
- Fix to 'New iCal Event' Automator Action
- Fix to 'Get Selected Finder Items' Automator Action
- Password authentication and Mail POP fix
- Mail IMAP and change to IP address issue fixed
- NSGraphicsContext printing problem fixed
- Fix to dynamic menu issue with HLTB Menus
- Mail message list no longer shrinks after search
- Fixed issue with recently used fonts and NSFontPanel
- AppleScript Automator Action now saved correctly
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This is only for the current seed release.

Below is the entire change log for 10.5.3...
Thanks a bunch- my issue isn't specifically mentioned...looks like I may be out of luck.
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- Disk Utility Repair Permissions progress bar now behaves correctly


Hmmm sounds good for those that use it! For those that don't, then ignore this msg--))))
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This is only for the current seed release.

Below is the entire change log for 10.5.3...

Issues fixed in previous seeds:

-snip really really long list-

that's a huge list of fixes. Good to see a list of fixes too. I bet in software update the description it will just say it will improve stability and addresses a number of security issues.
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that's a huge list of fixes. Good to see a list of fixes too. I bet in software update the description it will just say it will improve stability and addresses a number of security issues.
Although it doesn't include the one I'd really like - The ability to make the Finder sidebar text large, like the option in Mail, iPhoto, iTunes etc.

Leopard was touted as great for accessibility, its crazy this is not possible.

Hopefully more phones will be added to iSync.
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