taking the plunge into Leopard...

Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by Claytoniss, Jul 29, 2008.

  1. Claytoniss macrumors regular

    Claytoniss

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    So as of now I have leopard at home, I have been using it on my PPC g5 running CS3 apps. Slightly testing it to see what kind of issues I could be having. I still feel it is buggy, (especially ID) this could be a g5 thing.

    At my work I have 4 g5's and 1 mac pro intel.

    I would like to keep everyone on the same page, but I will be purchasing another Mac Pro, with leopard on it.

    Anyone in this boat? Should I upgrade everyone, or just leave the one person with leopard while the rest of us work in tiger?

    Thanks!:)
     
  2. Darth.Titan macrumors 68030

    Darth.Titan

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    You should be fine leaving everyone else where they are. Leopard and Tiger can play together nicely.
    I'm wondering what makes you think Leopard is still buggy though. I've been problem free since day 1 on one Mac Pro, one Mac Mini, on G4 Quicksilver, and my Core Duo MacBook Pro.
     
  3. snickelfritz macrumors 65816

    snickelfritz

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    Leopard has only one serious bug that I've found; Spaces does not work well at all with CS3.
    (Application windows/palettes do not focus correctly when switching apps)
    I simply disabled Spaces.

    Otherwise, Leopard is a stellar system for graphics IMO.
     
  4. Claytoniss thread starter macrumors regular

    Claytoniss

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    Well ID has been freezing on me and not really doing any heavy graphics. I also noticed that I can't hide ID, I love hiding my apps.

    Thanks for the halp!

    I really want leopard for back to my mac. That would be nice, I also think that quick view is perfect for graphics. I think my old school people would like these features.

    How is leopard with win servers? SMB?
     

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