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Discussion in 'OS X El Capitan (10.11)' started by wwwjfy, Aug 19, 2015.
Ready to upgrade, any forewarning appreciated.
If you have a Mac Pro with a non-EFI nVidia card stay away. Completely screwed my system.
Exchange still broken.
my rmbp wont boot, get an error saying your computer restarted because of a problem
Mines actually a lot faster you see a big jump in speed with this beta now lets hope ios one is same
booted into safemode and the install "finished" after a few more reboots we are back in business! really glad I didnt have to do a restore.
My clock in the menu bar at the top is not appearing. Attempts to toggle the setting causes SysPrefs to freeze for a solid 30 seconds, and nothing happens when it unfreezes, although the preference is toggled.
Rebooting hasn't solved it.
Edit: it seems to keep opening and crashing
Exchange working for me with no issues in all the PB of El Capitan. Have you tested in a new User?
replace with istat menus
Exchange hasnt worked for some of us since PB1. I think it's a problem with Exchange 2010 specifically. Seems to authenticate, pull mails and calendar, then clunk out after a period of time. Sending outgoing messages also kills the authentication. My suspicion is that Echange 2010 doesn't like reauthentication when it already has an authentication session open.
The problem only exists when using Exchange through the OS (Internet Accounts in System Prefs). Using a different mail client like Outlook or Airmail works fine. But the OS integration is buggy for Exchange 2010.
"Ambient light compensation" checkbox in Settings -> Display is gone.
Anyone else finding how Time Machine backs up has changed? Instead of backing up in /Volumes/[drive]/Backups.backupdb/[nameofmac] it now creates a sparsebundle file in /Volumes/[drive]/[namesofmac].sparsebundle
Three of my Macs cannot backup because the drive is full.
Same issue for me!
Mine isn't doing that. It backups the same way as before.
I had to update Dropbox to latest version to get my files syncing.
I'm having issues with mail.app crashing
Im having issues with icons not showing up in the finder menu.. they seem to only be affecting my NAS.
This is happening to me and it's driving me crazy. Everything was fine until I restarted today. It crashes for several minutes and then settles down.
Exchange works when adding the account to Internet Accounts (in System Preferences) on the first mac it is added to.
When adding it to subsequent macs, the exchange account is not imported properly. When inspecting the Exchange account in mail preferences on the mac with the failed Exchange account, none of the Exchange Server or server paths are populated. (And they are greyed out as they are controlled by the "Internet Accounts" System Preferences pane).
Copying a lot of files to a USB drive is still very shakey
Ah, thank you - that explains the inconsistent experience and why mine works on one computer but not the other. Roll on beta 8!
So far I've just dealt with the issues in Preview 7 (it is developer, I get it) - but this one has certainly been way more buggy than the previous one. Hope beta 8 is better.
Otherwise it's been an 'OK' experience. Most things working with the exception of Office 2016 crashes and overall interface bugs (clock/menu bar crashing after reboot, dock randomly switches to another monitor, external monitors sometimes don't activate, firewall/allow-access prompts randomly for same applications).
In my experience, beta 7 is the most stable of the betas so far and is very closed to the finished product. The only bug I can report is the one with constantly reloading status icons (I also have it occasionally). Most importantly for me, it has fixed the annoying WiFi bug that prevented me from connecting to WPA2 networks.
Update: This appears to be related to having VPN connections setup in my Network Preferences and having them checked to show in the status bar. I was working on adding a new VPN connection and noticed that they were unchecked as showing and when I checked the box whole status far freaked out again and eventually the system unchecked the boxes by itself and everything was fine.
For now, I've left the VPN connections off, and it 'seems' stable.
Office 2016 still crashes frequently.