Apple Seeds Lion 10.7.3 Beta to Developers

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ouimetnick

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Hope we can make the launchpad icons smaller. I hate how 10.7.2 made them fugly large. On another note, has anyone with Lion is an 802.11x network have WiFi dropping issues? I and several Lion users have the same issues at my school. Snow Leopard is fine.
 

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ouimetnick said:
Hope we can make the launchpad icons smaller. I hate how 10.7.2 made them fugly large. On another note, has anyone with Lion is an 802.11x network have WiFi dropping issues? I and several Lion users have the same issues at my school. Snow Leopard is fine.
We also have the dropping issue at school GMU.edu

Solution: use Firefox

Safari use will cause the campus wifi to go crazy and not accept connections and drop you etc.

Awful, I know :/ good luck and let's hope .7.3 resolves it
 

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We also have the dropping issue at school GMU.edu

Solution: use Firefox

Safari use will cause the campus wifi to go crazy and not accept connections and drop you etc.

Awful, I know :/ good luck and let's hope .7.3 resolves it

The WiFi icon grays out as if its not connected. Its a system issue. FireFox doesn't change anything.
The odd thing, is I can just click the icon, the drop down list shows, and I can reconnect, and it connects BOOM! I'm all set.. then it drops. Its very intermittent. I don't have issues connecting to the network, just issues KEEPING the damn connection.

Can't believe Apple found it necessary to screw up something that was fine.
 

Slix

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Here's hoping improvements to the logging back in stuff.
I had a few problems with Mail recently too.
 

coder12

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Hope we can make the launchpad icons smaller. I hate how 10.7.2 made them fugly large. On another note, has anyone with Lion is an 802.11x network have WiFi dropping issues? I and several Lion users have the same issues at my school. Snow Leopard is fine.
Noticed the same 802.11x issue here at my university as well. Drives me nuts.

Also, I don't think the icons are THAT big, unless I'm on my external display that is :)
 

tpg

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Hopefully it'll fix the awful scrolling performance in mail conversations! It's really annoying...
 

yeah

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Here's an idea:

REMOVE LAUNCHPAD
I don't understand why we need it. We have a dock. :confused:
 

dustinsc

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Pinch to zoom in finder

I just want pinch to zoom in the finder back. I used to browse through lots of pictures in a folder much more efficiently that way.
 

verissimos

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yes... something is wrong with 802.11x, since I added the eduroam network (with the file that was made with the iPhone configuration utility), it requires me for the system password every time I want to disable the Wifi.

Did anyone experienced the same issue?
 

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Bring back pinch to zoom in Finder. Fix the desktop files bug that makes them invisible sometimes when switching spaces. Make it more easy to delete folders from the left bar in Finder.

Ow and fix the network issues!
 

Ryanoko

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i really hope they fix the randomising of my launchpad icon order, it's getting annoying having to keep manually placing them back how i want them.
 

Batteman87

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PLEASE FIX the Wifi signal dropping & inability to wake from sleep sporadically....C'mon already!!!! Snow Leopard worked fine until I updated to Lion.
 

d21mike

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While in a hotel I want to share my Wifi Signal with my iPad's and iPhone's. Since you can only use 1 device sometimes. I tried to share over bluetooth but could not. Maybe some type of Virtual Wifi or something.
 

Merks

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"I can go back to dragging a file and activating Mission Control at the same time."

This is a big one!!! PLEASE bring this back!
 

rainbowsofwhite

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Get rid of the message (or at least give an option to hide/disable in system preferences)

"Reopen windows when logging back in".

I have to uncheck this every single time I shut down.......ggrrrr.
 

frunkis54

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Another idea! Don't use it if you don't like it!

I don't understand why we have spotlight or Finder to launch our apps, We have a dock! :confused:
i use spotlight all the time to open apps don't remove that:(

btw think well see imessage for this version in the final release?
 

buckers

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Get rid of the message (or at least give an option to hide/disable in system preferences)

"Reopen windows when logging back in".

I have to uncheck this every single time I shut down.......ggrrrr.
Here's a trick. When you click Shutdown, or Restart and it comes up with the confirmation box, press the space bar; that unchecks the tick. You have to do it every time, but I find it quicker than clicking the box.

Or in short, I've gotten into the habit of hitting shut down, then pressing the space bar, then the return key. Done :)
 

rainbowsofwhite

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Here's a trick. When you click Shutdown, or Restart and it comes up with the confirmation box, press the space bar; that unchecks the tick. You have to do it every time, but I find it quicker than clicking the box.

Or in short, I've gotten into the habit of hitting shut down, then pressing the space bar, then the return key. Done :)
That's great!

Thanks for the tip.

:)
 
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