Skip to comments.Apple releases Mac OS X 10.6.7
Posted on 03/21/2011 2:06:49 PM PDT by Swordmaker
Apple today released Mac OS X 10.6.7 Update which is recommended for all users running Mac OS X Snow Leopard and includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac, including fixes that:
For detailed information on this update, please visit this website:
For information on the security content of this update, please visit:
Mac OS X 10.6.7 is available via Software Update and also via standalone installers.
More info and download links here.
Ping myself - so I came come back when I switch over to my Mac after work tonight.
nothing against mac but, what yer saying is??????????
By the time I had looked up a fix, though, the problem had resolved itself. Huh.
Careful there, bub. Questions as to the validity or content of the
spam er.. advertisement er...article is not allowed or they'll start pinging the mods or Jim and crying, "Abuse!!!"
It does that occasionally as the battery on the wireless keyboard gets weak... the dock not appearing may have something to do with no input... but I have not seen that. It may be something hanging on start-up.
I’m still running 10.5.8 on my iMac but my First Wife’s new MacBook Pro will get the upgrade in a few days...
wait a minute .... it does what “occaionally”, wow I’m so stupid I had to make sure I copied “occasionally” correctly.
dang if only I had a MAC.
When the battery on the bluetooth keyboard gets weak, it will occasionally not connect as quickly as it does when it is strong. It means you need to replace the batteries in the keyboard. That's all.
Thanks for the ping Swordmaker. At least the main article was Apple related. More and more the Apple threads tend to be inhabited by those dwelling under the bridge, therefore void of meaningful information.
again... will my phone ring? and will i be able to call others? jees the mac, pc war just doesn’t do it for me.all this pda stuff is way above my head so I guess I’ll steer clear of comments. however I still find myself monitoring these threads, not sure why.
The upgrade to 1.6.6 and subsequent Adobe updates eventually caused a 'licensing' error on Adobe Acrobat 9, which came as part of Adobe Create Suite Master Collection CS5 (Fireworks, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, Illustrator, Soundbooth, Encore, and probably fifteen other minor programs, like Bridge and Contribute).
Adobe technical support even has a 'tool' that you download to fix the licensing problem, which I used with Adobe tech support on the phone, and, when it didn't work, they shared my screen and walked through the next seven possible fixes.
It crashed my entire Adobe licensing system, so the Acrobat little error became a major error for all of CS5, a major problem for me, and a major problem for my non-profit clients.
It couldn't be recovered through Time Machine, because that would just lead to the licensing error again, and Adobe didn't know how to fix it because none of their traditional fixes worked.
I spent EIGHT CONSECUTIVE BUSINESS DAYS (you read it right - eight days) on the phone with Adobe, up to nine hours a day, and only got the problem fixed last Friday. I'm now reinstalling 113 plugins, from Alien Skin Blow Up 2 to Zaxwerks Invigorator Pro (and that doesn't include over 160 extensions) - on both a MacPro and a MacBook Pro.
Do you really think I want to gamble that Adobe has its act together?
Why are you even USING Adobe Acrobat on a Mac? Macs use Display PDF natively and can create and edit PDFs easily from any application using the OS. I can understand the other Adobe applications but I do not recommend using Acrobat to any of my clients. Adobe programers have some serious problems... most other people don't seem to have problems writing apps for Macs.
Take it up with Jim Robinson... that attitude got a couple of the trolls in trouble.
Take it up yourself...
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