| Sunday May 29th 2016

Leopard 10.5.2 Update is now live

apple-mac-os-x.jpgLeopard finally gets its second patch, and boy does it fix a lot of stuff. The first patch hit back in November, with test builds of the second making it out a month later. Here’s a list of the major things the 10.5.2 patch fixes (including menubar transparency and Stacks).

• Airport connection reliability and stability
• Back to my Mac for third-party routers
• Dashboard widget performance improvement
• Stacks fix! List view, Folder view, and updated background for Grid Vid View
• Menubar transparency disabling
• Less translucent menus
• Several iCal recurring meetings supports, bug fixes overall
• iChat Bugfixes
• iSync support added for Samsung D600E and D900i phones
• Finder bugfixes
• Mail bugfixes
• AFP network volume hanging fixed
• RAW support improved
• Preview bugfixes
• Time Machine bugfixes (some external drives not being recognized)

Plus lots of various other fixes (we tried to cover only the hot ones here). Isn’t it funny that Vista has been out for a year and they are still working on a service pack. Apple has Leopard out since October, and they have had two service revisions. Go Apple.


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