- Apr 12, 2001
Mac OS X 10.3.1 7D12 has been seeded to Apple Developers. MacNews.net.tc lists changes in USB, Graphics Drivers, AFP server, WebDAV and international text.
Originally posted by Ambrose Chapel
yeah minor issues here too. i hope it fixes my bug of having 2 CD icons after burning... i wonder how long it take them to sift through through bug reports from the os x feedback page.
Use the ColorSync Utility to repair ColorSync profiles on your computer and then go to this folder:
System -> Library -> Displays -> Overrides
Now, highlight any folder named "DisplayVendorID-" and move them to the Trash. When I did this, it asked for my user password. I didn't actually delete them (just in case), but I did put them in the Trash and restart my computer. After restarting, I went into the Color option in the Displays system preference and clicked on calibrate, and I was finally able to use the display calibrator. I then restarted the computer after I was finished and my new setting held.
Originally posted by Powerbook G5
Do you have a 3rd party hack? It seems odd that the switching would not show up after a while unless another program is interfering with its function.
Originally posted by j33pd0g
I hope 10.3.2 will fix all the cosmetic bugs. I'm not really having any of these other issues. Everything has been fine. Don't get me wrong, I'd like to see less of the rainbow beachball.
Originally posted by rodnarms
I find with Panther that Safari likes to crash. Safari seems to go under once every hour.
Then it sounds like a Java problem, not a Safari problem The page may have a Java version dependency or some such. Are you running 1.3 or 1.4? The ADC site currently has a Java 1.4.2 seed available, so that update should be coming out in the not too distant future.Originally posted by ITR 81
The only update I'm looking for is Safari 1.2! All my crashing is only due to one page and it's because of certain java code they run. It will run normal and all sudden while on the that page it will crash. It doesn't do it on other pages.