Mac OS X 10.4.11 Coming Soon?

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    Apple has seeded yet another build of Mac OS X 10.4.11 to developers this evening. The latest build (8S2146) comes only 5 days after the last seed (8S2144). Apple typically accelerates their seedings prior to release.

    Apple released 10.4.10 on June 20th, 2007.

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    YAAAY!!! so they should.
    good on them.
    i hope this fixes the errors i have when trying to connect to windows computers in "network" hmph
     
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    Have OSX dot-releases ever come this close together?
     
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    so no news on what improvements it may bring?
     
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    Maybe this update Safari's memory leaks will finally disappear. Its annoying how it is always eating up 500MB+ of my RAM.
     
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    MacBook Airport fixes?

    Alu iMac video drivers?
     
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    i thought a safari update would fix that... not a system update :confused:
     
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    If it's in WebKit, it's likely to be called a system update but Safari updates rarely come without a system updtae anyway.

    Apple have a lot to fix. If it's coming soon, chances are that they haven't fixed it all. I just hope they're aware of the various problems introduced by 10.4.10.
     
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    New iMac drivers for the love of all things holy.

    Fix the MB airport problems too.

    Everything else is gravy to me at this point...
     
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    How is it that 10.4.10 had so many issues anyway?
     
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    ^^ maybe the rushed it and didnt test as toughly as they normally would?
     
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    Please fix the MB/MBP Airport connection issues!!! I'm sick of playing open & close with Firefox for 5 minutes at least once every hour.
     
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    Please fix the 'first keystroke missing' issue on many MBP's.
     
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    Is it possible that they're not really fixing 10.4.10 issues, but adding "backwards compatability" for 10.5?
     
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    Excuse me?
     
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    Wow. I thought my MacBook was the only affected machine.
     
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    Apparently the new "desktop sharing" is giong to work with Tiger. That support must have been added to Tiger at some point, or will be. What other new features require tweeking to Tiger to allow some interaction between the two versions?
     
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    aaahhh he makes a valid point. just worded it wrong. nice thinking!!! you may be onto something, i thout they would have implemented it a while ago though.
     
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    Yup, sounds good. However, that alone doesn't warrant a .11, or does it?
     
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    bug reporting

    It's useless to post bugfix reports here and expecting Apple to have them fixed. You may have more success if you go to http://bugreport.apple.com
     
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    I liked the way he worded it. Took a few minutes to get what he was talking about, but it was a good riddle.
     
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    Desktop sharing uses Apple Remote Desktop - the client of ARD has been included in MacOS X since 10.3 - just look in your Sharing preferences.
     
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    Hope not, I've been rebooting OS X (for updates) more often than bloody Windows recently :rolleyes:
     

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