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10.6.4/Build 5: 'No Known Issues'
Wake up, Amerika.
Apple yesterday gave a 'select number' of developers access to build 5 ('10F58') of Mac OS X 10.6.4, according to World of Apple. Nothing wrong with that - that's the official line they always publish at these times. The same with the following - it's 'standard'.
'Build 10F58 includes a multitude of fixes and like the previous build of Mac OS X 10.6.4 contains no known issues.'
The upgrade which currently weighs in at a modest 600 MB is in other words to further correct a previous release which at the time had nothing needing correcting.
Included in the update:
- Resolve an issue that strands orphaned files in Mail's on disk hierarchy
- Resolve an issue allowing users to override standard Unix file permissions
- Resolve an issue that adds undefined and unnamed encodings to Mail menu
- Resolve a playback issue in DVD Player when using Good Quality deinterlacing
- Resolve an issue that causes the keyboard or trackpad to become unresponsive
- Resolve an issue that prevents hyperlinks in email messages from being clickable
- Resolve an issue that still allows some Adobe Creative Suite 3 applications to open
- Resolve an issue in table views delaying selection changes up to one second realtime
- Resolve a document controller issue where files are first destroyed before being saved
- Address issues with Finder in Cover Flow mode interacting with professional file servers
Apple are expected to offer a DVD of the upgrade for those without the necessary bandwidth.