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Apple has seeded the eighth Developer Preview of OS X Mavericks to developers, nearly two weeks after the release of the seventh Developer Preview. Registered developers can receive the update via the Software Update tool in the Mac App Store.

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OS X Mavericks, which is expected to be released this fall, includes multiple new features like a tabbed Finder, full screen dual monitor capabilities, Safari improvements, and a new Maps app.

Apple is reportedly targeting a late October launch for OS X Mavericks.

Update: As noted by 9to5Mac, Developer Preview 8 includes an updated version of iTunes 11.1 that adds an option to turn off song change notifications.

Article Link: Apple Releases OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 8
 

M5RahuL

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549 MB update thru the App store. :)

No seed notes in the dev. center.... yet [ as of 5:23 pm Mountain Time ]

Build : (13A584)

Notes and Known Issues

Installation

- Network migration from earlier versions of OS X requires the Migration Update for Snow Leopard, Lion, or Mountain Lion, available from the Mac Dev Center.
- Migration from Windows requires Windows Migration Assistant 1.0.3.4, available from the Mac Dev Center.

Other

- Moving a full-screen Aperture window to a secondary display may prevent the app window from being visible in subsequent attempts to use full screen.
- In Full Screen in Aperture, some menus and thumbnails aren’t immediately available until interacted with by the user.
- When in Full Screen in Aperture, the toolbar at the top of the window may not be usable until it is locked.
- Purchased music may not show cover art in Preview. To resolve, run the following command in Terminal: qlmanage -r cache
 
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b0fh

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Hopefully my Mail crashes and freezes have been fixed...drives me nuts to have to force quit almost every hour.

I don't, but Mail have to be restarted every now and then - it just doesn't update after a while.
 
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FrancoisC

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Added more 27" Retina wallpapers .... interesting...

So a Retina iMac:apple: or a Retina TB Display is on the way...

Pardon the question, but how can a wallpaper be 27"....?

I guess you meant the resolution is double of 2560x1440, which with apple mean a 27" monitor? :)
 
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