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comatory

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Original poster
Apr 10, 2012
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I was having them, they were pretty bad. Everything works well on Mavericks though. I was wondering, for those who had GPU glitches, did the update fix it?
 

three

Cancelled
Jan 22, 2008
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I don't have the answer as I haven't gotten around to updating yet, but I'm also curious if anyone else who has updated has found that they have been fixed.
 

randomgeeza

macrumors 6502a
Aug 12, 2014
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United Kingdom
I was having them, they were pretty bad. Everything works well on Mavericks though. I was wondering, for those who had GPU glitches, did the update fix it?

Finder is still stuttery when opening windows. Time Machine is a graphics mess and choppy... Window transitions are iffy...

Overall the visual side needs further fine tuning IMHO.
 

IA64

macrumors 6502a
Nov 8, 2013
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No they are not gone, as worse as ever.

And honestly I don't think they will ever be fixed. It's just how OS X has been coded.

If Apple could release Yosemite with all these graphic jerkiness then I'm afraid to say that they find it very normal :)

Awkward moment when Windows 8.1 is much smoother on an Mac machine.
 

xgman

macrumors 603
Aug 6, 2007
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No they are not gone, as worse as ever.

And honestly I don't think they will ever be fixed. It's just how OS X has been coded.

If Apple could release Yosemite with all these graphic jerkiness then I'm afraid to say that they find it very normal :)

Agree, and the glitches would have to be wide spread for Apple to even acknowledge.
 

Beavix

macrumors 6502a
Dec 1, 2010
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Romania
They've started to fix the graphical glitches in 10.10.2. In the first beta animations are much smoother and the volume bezel looks good when the transparency is reduced.

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