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PureLogic    0
From what I read there were problems with iDisk syncing, JavaScript, some Lexmark printers and I think that is it.

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Just removed build 8A393, the Spotlight menu was constantly locking-up and restarting. Big issue in that build. :pinch:

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divinatum    2

I didn't see that issue in 8a393. It was quite nice.. I cant wait for the launch :)

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PureLogic    0
I didn't see that issue in 8a393. It was quite nice.. I cant wait for the launch :)

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Yesterday I installed it again, and the spotlight menu locking-up problem was gone :blink: Maybe something went wrong during the installation the first time.

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Starman    0

Just got the notice that 8A420 was seeded.

Mike

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NinjaMonkey82    0
Just got the notice that 8A420 was seeded.

Mike

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I wonder if this is gold master or if there will be one more release. Time is getting short if they are going to announce a release date next week.

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topher1078    0
Does anyone know whether Tiger will natively write to NTFS drives?

Radish?

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According to Macrumors, we might see that support in the last revision of Panther. Build 10.3.9 7W82 was seeded to developers and included, among many other things, "support for NTFS formatted volumes" - I think it is safe to assume that means read/write support as we already have read support.

Read the entire article and seed notes here -

http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2005/03/20050322220911.shtml

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PureLogic    0
According to Macrumors, we might see that support in the last revision of Panther.  Build 10.3.9 7W82 was seeded to developers and included, among many other things, "support for NTFS formatted volumes" - I think it is safe to assume that means read/write support as we already have read support.

Read the entire article and seed notes here -

http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2005/03/20050322220911.shtml

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Wow that would be really sweet :D

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RadishTM    315
According to Macrumors, we might see that support in the last revision of Panther.  Build 10.3.9 7W82 was seeded to developers and included, among many other things, "support for NTFS formatted volumes" - I think it is safe to assume that means read/write support as we already have read support.

Read the entire article and seed notes here -

http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2005/03/20050322220911.shtml

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Yeah I know because I posted the thread in BPN :)

http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=299871

Radish?

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NinjaMonkey82    0

I hate to burst anyone's bubble but I doubt we'll see NTFS write support in 10.3.9

The list of improvments listed on MacRumors and other sites seems to be for the combo updater, so it shows features from previous 10.3.x updates. Just look at USB 2 support for iPods and bluetooth support for Apple wireless keybords an mice. I think a previous update had improved support for NTFS volumes included though I can't remember which one.

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