Many users have reported that Mac OS X v10.1.4 is now available from Apple. The standard System Preferences / Software Updater drill to get it. Progress!
Nope, everything works fine under classic for me.Originally posted by maclamb
My mouse (cursor) disappears when I click on a classic app.
Have tried this with Phototshop and Lotus Notes.
All working fine under 10.1.3
Now mouse is gone.
Anyone have similar problem?
I said thanks in advance because I figured someone with 10.1.4 would check. Please, would someone check for me?Originally posted by Billicus
Does this in anyway replace the AppleSCCSerial.kext inside the /System/Extensions folder? If it does, this could be the PPP solution, but I don't want to disturb the kernal extension replacement (which works like a dream) that I set there to stop my dial - up hang. Can anyone verify what I'm talking about? aka is the version number on AppleSCCSerial.kext different from 1.2.1? Thanks in advance.
I did not know what you were talking about but, after opening the System Extensions there is the file "AppleSCCSerial.kext".Originally posted by Billicus
I said thanks in advance because I figured someone with 10.1.4 would check. Please, would someone check for me?
My appologies, I use the software update.... then again, why are squirming over 2Mb here and 3Mb there out of 40Mb, let's be a little more grown up... I have retracted my earlier comments.Originally posted by King Cobra
madamimadamtimallen, I have the .bin file version of the Combo Update to 10.1.3, and it is 38.4MB. Considering that things are nice and compressed with .sit and .bin files the extra 2.2MB with 10.1.4 alone may only be, maybe, 1.8 or 1.9MB. So that total will come out to be a little more than 40 for the .bin file.
I don't usually save the .dmg files. They are too large. I save the .bin.
Any time is a great time for iPod.