OS X Yosemite Beta 3 Bug Fixes and Changes

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  1. DavidBlack, Jul 8, 2014
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    DavidBlack macrumors 6502a

    DavidBlack

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    Post your bugs, new features, or changes in OS X Yosemite Beta 3 you have noticed. I'll try to keep this post updated... :apple:

    Changes:
    • Quicktime has a new updated icon.
    • Dark can now be accessed via System Preferences

    Known Issues:
    • iMovie and Final Cut Pro X will not work with Developer Preview 3.
    • PhotoStream may not be functional in Aperture.
    • Only the latest versions of iPhoto and Aperture will work on this Developer Preview.
    • Canceling an update in the Mac App Store will prevent that update from being installed at a later time. To fix this restart the system and try again.
    • Text in the WiFi Menu extra may not be visible in Dark mode.
     
  2. VanillaCrackerC macrumors newbie

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    From Dev Center ;)

    Notes and Known Issues
    Extensions
    Known Issue
    Finder Sync extensions may not function correctly.

    Family Sharing
    Known Issues
    Shared purchase history page on Mac App Store and iOS App Store are disabled.
    Items already owned by family members must be re-downloaded from the Purchased page (not Store pages) to get them free of additional charge.
    Under 13 account creation is disabled in Developer Preview 3.
    Finder
    Known Issue
    Some graphical corruption may be visible when using Icon View in Finder.

    Handoff
    Known Issues
    In some situations, Handoff icons may no longer appear in the Dock or application switcher on other devices. Quitting and reopening the app may fix this.
    Switching to a new tab in Safari may sometimes result in the previously selected tab’s URL being resumed with Handoff.
    Searches for directions and places of interest in Maps may not be available for handoff on another device.
    Resuming Mail drafts between Macs will not properly will not remove (or dismiss) the draft from the source Mac.
    NSUserActivity payloads may not transfer successfully between apps using handoff if running on two machines without an active internet connection.
    In some situations, apps may see updateUserActivityState: called too often.
    Calendar fails to advertise Handoff when viewing event details.
    iCloud
    Known Issue
    Turning on iCloud Keychain may not successfully enable the service.

    iCloud Drive
    A server-side data wipe on all CloudKit public and private databases will occur on July 7, 2014..
    With the release of OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3, iCloud Drive, iCloud Photo Library, Mail Drop, Safari history, and Call history will stop syncing on earlier seeds.
    iCloud Drive can be re-enabled from Setup Assistant after upgrade. If you choose to store your documents in iCloud Drive, your Documents & Data will automatically be copied to iCloud Drive. iCloud Drive will not update across earlier seeds or operating systems.
    Attachments sent through Mail Drop with Yosemite Developer Preview 2 or earlier will expire. Files will need to be resent.
    All containers used by CloudKit applications will be emptied.
    Notes
    iCloud Documents & Data created with OS X Yosemite Developer Preview will not sync with with Documents and Data managed with iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, or earlier operating systems.
    The UI for managing iCloud Documents & Data does not show the documents and data for iOS 8 Beta and OS X Yosemite Developer Preview. It only shows the documents and data synced with previous operating systems.
    Changes to iCloud Documents & Data in Pages, Numbers, and Keynote on Macs using OS X Yosemite Developer Preview are only available on other devices using OS X Yosemite Developer Preview or iOS 8.0 beta. Any changes from devices using earlier versions of OS X or iOS will not be available. Changes will also not be visible in Pages, Numbers, and Keynote on iCloud.com.
    Known Issues
    Some account password prompts may request the same login information several times before dismissing.
    iCloud Drive may not be functional on initial activation if multiple devices are signed in to the same account. Rebooting will fully enable iCloud Drive.
    iPhoto and Aperture
    Note
    Only iPhoto 9.5.1 and Aperture 3.5.1 will run on OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3. Older versions of iPhoto and Aperture will not launch.

    Known Issue
    PhotoStream may not be functional in Aperture.

    Phone Calls
    Known Issues
    Accepting a phone call on your Mac may not pick up the call some situations.
    Placing an outgoing phone call from your Mac may sometimes cause FaceTime.app to crash.
    Macs connected to a network via both ethernet and WiFi may sometimes fail to connect to an iPhone on the same WiFi network.
    Preview
    Known Issues
    The Preview sidebar may contain empty thumbnails for multi-page PDFs.
    Recent documents may not be visible in Preview.
    Safari
    Notes
    Subpixel rendering is now on by default for all web content. Web sites or in-app web views with extremely tight design constraints may render differently.
    In OS X Yosemite Developer Preview, CSS object model getters will return fractional double values based on subpixel layout and rendering metrics instead of rounded integral values.
    Known Issues
    Typing a partial site name and pressing Return can cause navigation to a search engine result page instead of the expected navigation to a commonly visited website identified as a Top Hit.
    Date & Size limits set in Safari are not enforced in Developer Preview 3.
    Safari may stop responding while loading video when playing Netflix content.
    Tools
    Notes
    In Developer Preview 3, unsigned or improperly signed kexts will not be loaded. To use unsigned kexts during development, this strict check can be disabled by adding a “kext-dev-mode=1” boot arg.
    AVFoundation changes the way some ID3 metadata values are represented as AVMetadataItems for binaries that are linked with the Developer Preview 3 SDK.
    Installing kernel extensions on systems running Developer Preview 3 may make your system un-bootable. To fix the issue, boot into the Recovery Partition and run the following:
    touch /Volumes/<10.10 Partition>/System/Library/Extensions
    kextcache -u /Volumes/<10.10 Partition>
    In OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 3 and iOS 8.0 beta 2, the NSURLSessionTask class provides a new priority property. Complete usage details are available in the NSURLSession.h header file, provided by the Foundation framework.
    Known Issue
    Storyboard may encounter and exception when using NSTabViewController.

    Other
    Known Issues
    Some operations in Disk Utility may fail on volumes that have installed OS X Yosemite. Use the diskutil cs command-line tool to make these modifications.
    Some text may not be localized to the selected system language.
    Some languages may have clipped or misaligned layout.
    iMovie and Final Cut Pro X will not work with Developer Preview 3.
    Enabling FileVault may hang while estimating time remaining if system is running on battery.
    Scrubbing video in QuickTime Player or Quick Look may lose audio.
    Local OS X group accounts may be lost after upgrading to Developer Preview 3.
    Text in the WiFi Menu extra may not be visible in Dark mode.
    AppleID screen sharing may not work in Developer Preview 3.
    Canceling an update in the Mac App Store will prevent that update from being installed at a later time. Restart the system to proceed with the update.
    Some users may see issues with sending/receiving iMessages.
     

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