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Mac OS 10.2.6 is available

We didn't have to wait long for this update (well done Apple!).

&quote; Mac OS X: About the Mac OS X 10.2.6 update
  • Addresses an issue for Mac OS X 10.2.5 in which a kernel panic message may appear if certain USB hubs or devices are connected.
  • Improves printing compatibility for PostScript OpenType fonts.
  • Improves compatibility for Maya Auto Paint and Paint Effects features.
  • Addresses an issue for Mac OS X 10.2.5 in which English is the default language and Asian language scripts are not be available in the International preference pane, if a script's font is not available.
  • Improves compatibility for MacSoft Unreal Tournament 2003 on computers with GeForce 2MX and GeForce4MX graphic accelerator chipsets.
  • Address Book now supports the Sony Ericsson T610 phone.
Use your Software Update to download and install the 6.1Mb update.

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#1 by Kenneth MacArthur

23:18 on 15 May 2003

"well done Apple!" appears to be based on the premise that, because Apple has acknowledged a problem in 10.2.5 and rushed out the door an update which fixes this problem, Apple should be congratulated for the release of 10.2.6, which, in fact, is causing many more USB problems for many more users than it solves.

#2 by Chris

21:05 on 19 June 2003

10.2.6 locked up my compurter and now it won't restart. don''t install it!!!!!!!!!

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