Apple Releases iLife Support 8.1.1

sananda

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May 24, 2007
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me too. it says: This update supports system software components shared by all iLife ’08 applications, improves overall stability, addresses a number of other minor issues, and supports general compatibility issues. It is recommended for all users of iLife ’08.

well, i've installed it and ...er... i must say safari does seem snappier.
 

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Apple Releases iLife Support 8.1.1



Apple released an update to iLife '08 today:

iLife Support 8.1.1

This update supports system software components shared by all iLife ’08 applications, improves overall stability, addresses a number of other minor issues, and supports general compatibility issues. It is recommended for all users of iLife ’08.



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FJ218700

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Mar 8, 2007
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is anyone else noticing more responsive image-flipping when scrolling over an event in iPhoto? I'm on a G4 (dual 867) and feel like the update gave a very noticeable speed increase.
 

mrweirdo

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good to know allthough I probably wont install it yet. Just because I will be installing leopard tomorrow so i'll be waiting until then ;)
 

Yuppi

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I have the strange problem that when I start iPhoto I get the message that the new 7.1 version is there. But when I open the update Dialog it does not show anything, except for the 1.1 iMac update. Does anyone have the same problem?
Edit: I found the problem, I moved all iLife applications to an iLife folder within my applications which seems to be an bad idea.. Moving apps in general seems to be a bad idea as I learned now :(
 

tigerphilosophy

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Jul 7, 2007
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Anyone had this happen?

Well just in time. :eek: Been doing major editing iPhoto slideshows to fit music before exporting to movies. iPhoto stalled and simply lost 7 of my sideshows. :( Downloaded and installed the iLife update (hoping for stability to fix lost slideshows). Could not find help on help forums and telephone lines busy today so couldnt get help (and dont expect to tomorrow with Leopard release).

I think I need to resolve where they disappeared to before installing Leopard (arrives FEDEX tomorrow morning). Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.:eek:
 

DWKlink

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Yeah!

Fixed the problem where opening preferences would cause the spinning beach ball for several minutes on my G5! I'm psyched!
 

Yvan256

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Jul 5, 2004
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What about those WITHOUT iLife'08?

I keep getting a Software Update notice that I should download "iLife '08 Support 8.1.1" (as well as iDVD 6.0.4)... but I don't even have iLife'08 on my machine! :confused:
 

Eidorian

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Mar 23, 2005
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Out if interest what's your issue with iPhoto over NFS? It works fine for me.
I don't have permission to read the new package format of the iPhoto Library.

Now note, I do have permission but it I don't think it likes that my home directory is /private/var/automount/homes/"username". :rolleyes:

It isn't the first time that applications have broken like this. I'm looking at you Adobe.
 
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