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Apple today released a pair of software updates for iMovie and Aperture users.

iMovie 8.0.2 weighs in at 24.5 MB and requires OS X 10.5.6.This Software Update fixes an issue with projects having a size of 0 KB. Attempting to open these projects would cause iMovie to quit unexpectedly at launch.

This Software Update also addresses a problem where full-screen mode could not be accessed on some systems.Aperture 2.1.3 weighs in at 48.11 MB and requires OS X 10.4.11 or 10.5.3 or later.This update improves overall stability and addresses minor issues in a number of areas, including the display of thumbnails on import and image rotation.Update: Apple has also released Server Admin Tools 10.5.6v1.1, which weighs in at 92.7 MB and requires OS X 10.5.6. Information on the update, which includes two changes to System Image Utility and two to Server Admin, can be found in the accompanying support document.

Article Link: Apple Releases iMovie 8.0.2, Aperture 2.1.3 and Server Admin Tools Updates
 

Bad Paper

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aha! I've been counseling my skeptical wife on our new workflow in Aperture on our new iMac (vs Photo$hop on our old PC), and we were bitten by the image rotation bug. She was not pleased.
 
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Makosuke

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Glad to see that the bug with propagating permissions in Server Admin has been fixed--I'd run into it a few times. Odd, though, that it's still showing v10.5.3 after installing; did the installer fail, or is that a bad version number?
 
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ndash

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problems updating to 2.1.3 Aperture

I am using aperture 2.1.1. I downloaded the update 2.1.3, but when I try to install it an error box pops up and states I need to have Aperture 2.x or greater and does NOT install. Any suggestions??
 
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fivenotrump

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Glad to see that the bug with propagating permissions in Server Admin has been fixed--I'd run into it a few times. Odd, though, that it's still showing v10.5.3 after installing; did the installer fail, or is that a bad version number?

Something odd about this update: the linked page is from January, when
the original SATools 10.5.6 came out. Nothing about this version 1.1...
 
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Doctor Q

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Update: Apple has also released Server Admin Tools 10.5.6v1.1, which weighs in at 92.7 MB and requires OS X 10.5.6. Information on the update, which includes two changes to System Image Utility and two to Server Admin, can be found in the accompanying support document.

Apple has finally fixed the problem where Macs booted from an image or restored from an image end up with the same computer name. That problem plagued us at school.

We keep the Server Admin Tools in the netrestore image that we use to set up each student computer, but in a password protected disk image. That way, students can't launch these programs, but an administrator can use any Mac to access the server.
 
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