Apple Releases Pro Application Support 4.0.1

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    Apple released Pro Application Support 4.0.1 today:
    The minor update is 7.6MB in size and available through your Mac OS X Software Update.

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    ahhhhh

    Few. FCP2 has been a bit too buggy lately. Hopefully this fixes some of the issues, especially Motion 3.
     
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    Fix Motion

    I really hope that they fix Motion 3. Many users w/ new Macbook Pros have major problems including myself.
     
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    Grrr, where is my iPhone update! I was really expecting to see an update by now to fix some issues that people are having. For example, I really really need to change my SMS ring tone and I don't want to hack it to make it work.
     
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    always nice to see apple updates.....hopefully we'll see some hardware tomorrow :eek:
     
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    Yes, me too! I am looking forward for some iphone updates.
     
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    Me too. iPod & Safari crashing, regularly, sucks. Wasn't an EOM update rumored? That leaves tomorrow.
     
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    I hope this makes a BIG improvement for Soundtrack Pro 2.0.1...but I'm not holding my breath.

    The current version is an embarrassment, a huge step back from the 1.x versions. It's hard to believe they'd release a version so unreliable, did they even have anyone beta test the app?
     
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    Glad to see they haven't left us users of FCS1 out in updates. :)
     
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    not seeing it in software update. do you need to have one of the pro apps installed to get the update?

    aussie_geek
     
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    yes
     
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    You mean "Logic Studio." ;)
     
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    You mean Logic Pro: Tools?
     
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    These updates give me the creeps...

    any issues???
     
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    don't you mean Logic L8?
     
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    I hope it has a better score editor / way of inputting notes into the score.

    That would be top. Writing up a score for just a string quintet, bassoon and clarinet is taking aaaages. It is taking days. I suppose it will teach me to compose on paper...
     
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    I like the euphemism: "improves general user interface reliability."

    Translation: "fixes bugs."
     
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    No, it's 8.3MB for my G5 as well.
     
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    After two hours spent with pro app support- I was told the only solution was a full reinstall of the OS and FCS2- and not to update. I was told the issue was not fixable by update, so the reinstall was the only solution.




    Soundtrack 2 is a worthless POS at the moment.
     
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    They do these 'updates' to check to see if you have a known pirated serial number. They come about every other month...
    Kind of like Windows Genuine Advantage for XP and Vista.
     
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    I have found that very often Apple releases updates to their flagship software a couple of weeks before introducing new hardware.
     
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