iLife '06 Updated

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Apple has released updates for all elements of iLife '06, which are now available via Software Update. The updates include:

iWeb 1.1.2 (24.1MB)
This update addresses compatibility for accessing Aperture 1.5 content in iWeb.

iPhoto 6.0.5 (57.7MB)
This update to iPhoto contains new calendar, greeting card, and postcard themes for use with Apple print services, including a variety of holiday card designs. It also addresses compatibility for accessing Aperture 1.5 content in iPhoto.

iMovie HD 6.0.3 (7.0MB)
This update addresses compatibility for accessing Aperture 1.5 content in iMovie HD. It also improves overall stability and addresses a number of other minor issues.

iDVD 6.0.3 (6.6MB)
This update addresses compatibility for accessing Aperture 1.5 content in iDVD.

GarageBand 3.0.4 (30.5MB)
This update addresses compatibility for accessing Aperture 1.5 content in GarageBand.
iTunes 7.0.1 was released yesterday.
 

flyakite

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Pages and Keynote are updated as well:

Pages 2.0.2:
This update addresses compatibility for accessing Aperture 1.5 content in Pages.

Keynote 3.0.2:
This update addresses compatibility for accessing Aperture 1.5 content in Keynote.
 

Doctor Q

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Most changes are important only for Aperture users, but iPhoto changes might be worthwhile for everyone else.
 

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For months my Software Update has been idle, now all this at once! I think I have an addiction with keeping my system up to date. ah well, downloading now... slowly...
 

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In iWeb when you launch the app and then click "New Site" in the file menu, nothing happens. You must click it again to wake the app up, then a result. Let's hope this issue is sorted out. The same goes for "New Page" when you launch the app. I'll report back soon!
 

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Something more major than just Aperture compatibility would have been nice to see in these updates, but ah well, I'll download them anyway. ;)
 

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I must say, Apple's developers must of really had a flame lit under their bums- this must be a new record for Apple!

Now I know why Leopard is still so distant...
 

Mac Fly (film)

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Mac Fly (film) said:
In iWeb when you launch the app and then click "New Site" in the file menu, nothing happens. You must click it again to wake the app up, then a result. Let's hope this issue is sorted out. The same goes for "New Page" when you launch the app. I'll report back soon!
This bug is still here!! Apple are you listening, cause I sent in this feedback a few times now??
 

Peel

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Wow, Apple is fast and furious with the software updates this week. Think they'll top it all off with 10.4.8 tomorrow afternoon (after releasing Aperture in the morning)?
 

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skoker said:
I must say, Apple's developers must of really had a flame lit under their bums- this must be a new record for Apple!
I don't think so. For iLife and iWork, they've made compatibility changes, and they threw in some improvements that were otherwise already ready.
 

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<rant>Is it just me that is getting annoyed by all the 7.0.0 --> 7.0.1 updates!? I can understand it for minor bug fixes, but this is silly - we're never going to see iPhoto 6.1 before iPhoto 7 is released. Probably we'll never see iTunes 7.1 at this rate.

I remember when I updated to *gasp* iTunes 4, and over the next few months we went through 4.1, 4.2 all the way through to 4.7.1 (for what seemed like an eternity, then 4.8 and finally 4.9 for another eternity. Then in a year we got from 4.9 to 5 to 6 to 7.0.1!

</un-understanable rant>

Uber :eek:
 

steve_hill4

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I have very minimal need for this, (at least until I update Aperture and notice performance issues). I'll still update eventually.

It would still be nice if rather than waiting for iLife '07, if Apple could periodically release a new feature rather than address stability and performance issues.
 

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Let's hope they fix the Overlap crash in iMovie HD.
Everytime you put an Overlap transition between photos, iMovie crashes.
VERY ANNOYING.
 

steve_hill4

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Mac Fly (film) said:
This bug is still here!! Apple are you listening, cause I sent in this feedback a few times now??
I don't seem to have problems with that, (not updated yet).

Of course, if you are having problems, I'm sure helpful comments like that are always appreciated fully. :)
 

Peel

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slackersonly said:
software update give me 'no new software updates are available'.
what gives?
Are your apps located in the default location? The iLife apps need to be in the top level of the Applications folder, and the iWork apps need to be in a folder called iWork '06 in the Applications folder. Any changes to that and Software Update can't find them, so assumes you don't have them installed.