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Discussion in 'macOS' started by WhySoSerious, May 29, 2008.
Plain and simple.....Did you have any systematical issues updating?
Two major/minor issues depending on how you look at them:
1. Finder acts weirdly if more than one Finder window open at different spaces and you drag one window to another space. For some reason, you will also drag another Finder window with you. Also focus is lost on any finder window you navigate to via Spaces.
2. Starcraft won't launch. This is quite a big deal for me...
starcraft won't launch is clearly a major issue...
Got an issue after thinking that I was in the clear. Computer will not shut down. Only get the timer "loop" spinning around and around. Only way to shut down is to hold the power key. Computer also won't start up if any external drives are plugged in. Still won't shut down if everything is unplugged.
This is my first issue since running 10.5
For me too.
I have the same problem with none of my macs shutting down properly after this update. I get this problem on my...
2x2.0GHz Power Mac G5
2x1.25GHz Power Mac G4 MDD
2x2.16GHz MacBook Pro
PPC 1.42GHz Mac mini
How does Apple let a major release get out the door without testing that it is able to properly shut down?
Launches perfectly fine here(late 2006 Macbook)
My first Mac problem hit w/ 10.5.3
Network performance with both Ethernet and Airport has fallen by 2/3. Seems like Airport keeps resetting or something. Does Apple have instructions for a complete reset/rebuild of the network configuration without a total reinstall of OSX ?
Or do I wait for 10.5.4 ?