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OS 10.5 - Leopard 10.5.2 update


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how many of you guys have installed this update?
do you experience more/less problems than before...

I bought my imac when the 10.5.2 patch was already released, so I don't have anything to compare to
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Not a problem with 5 different Macs from a G4 1.5Ghz, G5 2.1Ghz to Intel Mac. I really did not have any real issues before the upgrade but the few things I noticed in 10.5.0 and 10.5.1 are fixed and more control in Stacks and the Tool Bar.
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No real problems. I do however have a problem with the pop up menus and such going a little less transparent. Almost opaque. But like I said, no real problems.
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No problems at all if you do not include Safari which still can not open any number of sites.

Personally recommend downloading updates from Apple web site by download only, run Repair Permissions, drag update to desktop and install by double clicking and running Repair Permissions again.
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