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Apple on Thursday seeded an updated OS X 10.9.1 Mavericks beta to developers, noting that a few focus areas have been improved upon since the first build was sent out last week.

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The most recent build 13B35 of the forthcoming maintenance update notes fixes for Gmail, SmartFolders and other bugs associated with the Mail app. People familiar with the release said Mail is sill a focus area for testing, as is Safari, Graphics Drivers and VoiceOver.

In addition to the Mail enhancements, the latest beta addresses a VoiceOver issue when the system reads emoji characters, improves compatibility with VPN servers in OS X Server and adds a function to periodically update Shared Links in Safari.

Apple issued a fix for Mavericks Mail earlier this month, as well as an iBooks for Mac update, though each was a standalone release and not part of a larger maintenance update.

Developers can download the latest OS X 10.9.1 beta via Apple Developer Center or Software Update.

Update: Apple also released Seed 2 of Safari 6.1.1 and Safari 7.0.1 with focus areas including general website compatibility, accessibility, viewing and annotating PDFs, login and password autofill, Web Inspector functionality and extensions.
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How about we stop fixing Gmail and fix the spinning beachballs!!!!!!! That's an issue. People can use Safari or what ever browser they use to get Gmail.....come on already!!!!

 

Slide023

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And the Airport 7.7.2 update has hosed my 5GHz network with dual 802.11ac extremes.

 

Phew! Fixed. For some reason, the update enabled access control, with access denied by default!, on the nearest base station.


Edited by Cpsro - 11/21/13 at 3:46pm
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How about we stop fixing Gmail and fix the spinning beachballs!!!!!!! That's an issue. People can use Safari or what ever browser they use to get Gmail.....come on already!!!!

 

Slide023

 

Everybody thinks their experience is typical. No one wants to admit they have no clue what’s going on. Reach out and blame somebody else is the solution?

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Does someone knows if the bug where the keyboard layout wouldn't go back to the Japanese layout when switching the input language to Japanese from another language is fixed ? (for example you would switch to french, and so get the french keyboard layout, and when back in Japanese, the input would switch back to Japanese but the keyboard layout would still be the french keyboard layout, if you use a Japanese mac, once you'd use another keyboard layout you wouldn't be able to get back to the original layout of the computer..)
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Exactly.

 

Since I installed Mavericks, I've had exactly one problem: Something with Time Machine and my external disk.  But since the vast majority of people using Mavericks haven't had this problem, I figure it's something that 1) has to do with the way I had it set-up, or 2) just something I don't understand.  *shrug*

 

What I didn't do was assume that it was a problem with Mavericks.

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What beach balls? I've been running 10.9 Since Beta 4, runs silky smooth. Maybe you should stop taking your one (probably made up) problem and making it into something greater.

 

My grandma smoked two packs a day since she was 15, died at 98. By your standard that means it's perfectly safe to smoke and think you'll live a long happy life.

 

What beachballs? Do you read any other forum other than this one? Man, you have issues.....I'm not making this up. I come here and comment on a real issue, and you answer full of sarcasm pretending it doesn't exist.  You're an A -- -- hole.......Big time.

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What beach balls? I've been running 10.9 Since Beta 4, runs silky smooth. Maybe you should stop taking your one (probably made up) problem and making it into something greater.

 

My grandma smoked two packs a day since she was 15, died at 98. By your standard that means it's perfectly safe to smoke and think you'll live a long happy life.

 

Are all other issue with Mavericks made up too?  Like your quote that you included.  Go read some more forums, and you'll find "more solid evidence." instead of attacking a commenter. 

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What beachballs? Do you read any other forum other than this one? Man, you have issues.....I'm not making this up. I come here and comment on a real issue, and you answer full of sarcasm pretending it doesn't exist.  You're an A -- -- hole.......Big time.

 

Hardware specs are appreciated.

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Everybody thinks their experience is typical. No one wants to admit they have no clue what’s going on. Reach out and blame somebody else is the solution?

If you've been following the news, a lot of people have experienced issues between Mavericks Mail and Gmail--so much so that Apple even seeded a Mail beta to developers.

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my time machine updates to my external drive have become much slower, although they do complete, there is a discussion thread on Apple's forums regarding the issue.

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my time machine updates to my external drive have become much slower, although they do complete, there is a discussion thread on Apple's forums regarding the issue.

 

Yeah, I've read (a lot of) those threads.

 

Mine won't even complete, and tells me that there's not enough room.  Why it's not just eliminating older backups to make room for the new one, I'm not sure.  Isn't that what's supposed to happen?

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Originally Posted by Slide023 View Post
How about we stop fixing Gmail

 

I’m all for that. Let Google burn.

 
…and fix the spinning beach balls… 

 

You mean the ones that don’t happen?

 

Originally Posted by Slide023 View Post
What beachballs? Do you read any other forum other than this one? Man, you have issues.....I'm not making this up. I come here and comment on a real issue, and you answer full of sarcasm pretending it doesn't exist.  You're an A -- -- hole.......Big time.

 

So… nothing but insults and a continued refusal to explain anything you’re talking about.

 

That’s nice.

 

Originally Posted by Slide023 View Post
Are all other issue with Mavericks made up too?  Like your quote that you included.  Go read some more forums, and you'll find "more solid evidence." instead of attacking a commenter. 

 

Again, more anecdotes and a refusal to explain what you’re talking about.

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Oh, know what I want to see in 10.9.1? An iTunes that supports h.265 and an iTunes Store that has reencoded all of its content to be h.265 to cut file sizes in HALF. Then it’s just a hop, skip, and a jump to redownloading that delicious, smaller-filed stuff. 

 

VLC’s latest update added h.265. HandBrake will add it shortly. Come on, Apple! Get back in front of the curve!

 

Oh, and for SSA subtitles to be supported by MP4 files. Come on, Apple. Do it. SSA is ludicrously superior to SRT. You can make subtitles MOVE on the screen, for heaven’s sake. You can change font, color, give it a stroke, position the subtitle anywhere (not just the bottom center)…

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If you've been following the news, a lot of people have experienced issues between Mavericks Mail and Gmail--so much so that Apple even seeded a Mail beta to developers.

 

My post was not about Gmail. It was about beach balls. You might want to re-read and check the context.

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Do we have any idea when OS X 10.9.1 Vista will actually be released? 10.9 as it is, is really terrible with many annoyances.

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There are 15,000 visits to Apple's support forum regarding a serious Exchange server synchronization issue with Mavericks. I'd like to think this release is fixing the issue but all I hear is 'Gmail'. And 15,000 systems administrators searching for answers likely means 150,000, even 1.5 million pissed off corporate users.
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Do we have any idea when OS X 10.9.1 Vista will actually be released? 10.9 as it is, is really terrible with many annoyances.

 

For instance?

 

I'm not saying you aren't having problems.  I'm just curious as to what they are.

 

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There are 15,000 visits to Apple's support forum regarding a serious Exchange server synchronization issue with Mavericks. I'd like to think this release is fixing the issue but all I hear is 'Gmail'. And 15,000 systems administrators searching for answers likely means 150,000, even 1.5 million pissed off corporate users.

 

You don't know that those are 15,000 different users, though.  

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For instance?

 

I'm not saying you aren't having problems.  I'm just curious as to what they are.

The time it takes to launch apps. The disk activity that goes with it. I counted 31 bounces and another 25 seconds  before iPhoto opened. That's not an isolated occurrance - other apps also take excessive amounts to time to start. 

 

Under load the machine is unresponsive, unusable almost.

 

Intermittent problems with Safari not quitting cleanly, needing to be Force Quit; and with the address bar losing focus when I'm typing into it; and with two-finger swiping causing tabs to become unusable. Safari randomly forgets the links I clicked, I guess when its cache is full, so I don't remember which articles I read.

 

Intermittent problems with some Preference panes hanging (namely iCloud and Internet Services), requiring Preferences to be Force Quit. This also applies when trying to access certain panes in apps, such as when trying to edit an email account in Mail.

 

The sound in iTunes becomes choppy when pausing and resuming video playback. Again it's intermittent. It no longer remembers the playback position if I stop watching on my Mac and resume on the Apple TV (haven't tried if that's the case the other way around).

 

Zooming has caused the Mac to freeze a number of times, requiring holding down the reset button to reboot. It's at the point where I don't trust it any more.

 

Mail.app sometimes takes longer to deliver than the USPS. And then it's quite funny. I see the notification come in. About five seconds later the badge updates. Anywhere up to 10 seconds after that I hear the tri-tone alert sound. Mail frequently forgets certificates or passwords, especially for my own domains email accounts, and I have to remind it. It forgets the password for my Gmail-affiliated account on occasion and the certificate for my ISP email on occasion.

 

There's other, less annoying niggly quirks, which I'm sure will disappear over time.

 

None of this happened under Mountain Lion, which itself is hardly a wonderful OS.

 

And not to mention the cosmetic changes. Whoever though to put Jony Ive in charge of software design is an idiot. From the beautiful and pleasing aesthetics of Snow Leopard to the drab, grey, featureless look we have today? 

 

But oh, my iPad2 is even worse with iOS 7. That's a complete train wreck. But that's another story.

 

I have a well-specced-out 2009 iMac that ran like a dream under Snow Leopard. But with every new release of OS X Apple just keeps adding really numb-nuts features, like Autosave and Autoresume. And there's no way to disable them, which is the frustrating part.

 

Give me Snow Leopard with rubber-banding, natural scrolling, full-screen apps (now that it's working well) and Spaces. Take away everything else that came with Lion and onwards, because it's junk. Utter garbage.


Edited by trippy - 11/21/13 at 9:10pm
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The time it takes to launch apps. The disk activity that goes with it. I counted 31 bounces and another 25 seconds  before iPhoto opened. That's not an isolated occurrance - other apps also take excessive amounts to time to start. 

 

Under load the machine is unresponsive, unusable almost.

 

[SNIP]

 

See, this is why I ask.

 

With the exception of the aforementioned TimeMachine problem I am having and can't seem to fix, Mavericks runs smooth as silk for me, and even fixed a few problems I was having in ML (w/ Mail, for instance).

 

So it's always interesting to hear what others' experiences are.

 

I will say this, though: There are certain problems I'm unlikely to face, maybe, as opposed to you.  I have a Fusion Drive, for example, and applications pretty much open instantaneously -- even those which I never use (I just tried with iDVD, which I don't think I've opened in many years).

 

As to the other problems, don't know.  I hope you get them fixed, though.

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Okay, my apologies to everyone, sincerely. I'm using a mid 2012 MacBook Air 1.8GHz, 4GB RAM 128SSD. I and others are getting these momentary beachballs. They last only a second, and do no affect performance at least not for me. It starts after a clean install, or if I install on top of Mountain Lion. They're more  irksome than anything. I've read this over at MacRummors. It could be a minority of us that are experiencing this, but I swear to you they do exist. Some thought it was because of the Time Colaser. I just wish I knew why I'm getting them. I've never noticed them on Mountain Lion.

 

Other than that I love Mavericks. It's a move in the right  direction. I hope they add more features  that are iOS like.

 

I'm sincerely sorry. To the poster I called an A hole.....I'm sincerely sorry. And not to be redundant sincere apologies  all around. I like this forum and would like to be more active in it. My post was subjective and emotional. 

 

If you guy's give me one more chance, I promise you no more subjective and emotional posts.

 

Sincerely,

 

Slide

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As to the other problems, don't know.  I hope you get them fixed, though.

Thanks, I hope so too!

 

This just happened as I was replying to you...!

 

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Okay, my apologies to everyone, sincerely. I'm using a mid 2012 MacBook Air 1.8GHz, 4GB RAM 128SSD. I and others are getting these momentary beachballs. They last only a second, and do no affect performance at least not for me. It starts after a clean install, or if I install on top of Mountain Lion. They're more  irksome than anything. I've read this over at MacRummors. It could be a minority of us that are experiencing this, but I swear to you they do exist. Some thought it was because of the Time Colaser. I just wish I knew why I'm getting them. I've never noticed them on Mountain Lion.

 

Other than that I love Mavericks. It's a move in the right  direction. I hope they add more features  that are iOS like.

 

I'm sincerely sorry. To the poster I called an A hole.....I'm sincerely sorry. And not to be redundant sincere apologies  all around. I like this forum and would like to be more active in it. My post was subjective and emotional. 

 

If you guy's give me one more chance, I promise you no more subjective and emotional posts.

 

Sincerely,

 

Slide

 

Eh.  Don't worry about it. :)

 

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Thanks, I hope so too!

 

This just happened as I was replying to you...!

 

 

Huh.  I wonder if it's a difference in HW thing?

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If you've been following the news, a lot of people have experienced issues between Mavericks Mail and Gmail--so much so that Apple even seeded a Mail beta to developers.

This issue is not really with Apple Mail if you really read those forums. The real issue and the more worrying issue is that Google continues to use a bastard form of IMAP which is not compatible with the IMAP standard.

 

Apple can't fix that bar telling Google to change to proper IMAP but considering they dislike each other now I can only suspect Google will make the problem worse.

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Oh, know what I want to see in 10.9.1? An iTunes that supports h.265 and an iTunes Store that has reencoded all of its content to be h.265 to cut file sizes in HALF. Then it’s just a hop, skip, and a jump to redownloading that delicious, smaller-filed stuff. 

 

VLC’s latest update added h.265. HandBrake will add it shortly. Come on, Apple! Get back in front of the curve!

 

Just one problem - Apple hasn't added H.265 hardware decoding to Apple TV or any of its mobile devices yet (as far as I'm aware).

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Originally Posted by trippy View Post
Do we have any idea when OS X 10.9.1 Vista will actually be released? 10.9 as it is, is really terrible with many annoyances.

 

How about you just shut up and go away; how’s that?

 

Originally Posted by trippy View Post
The time it takes to launch apps. The disk activity that goes with it. I counted 31 bounces and another 25 seconds  before iPhoto opened. That's not an isolated occurrance - other apps also take excessive amounts to time to start. 

 

All this crap is isolated to your machine, though. Reinstall.

 
But oh, my iPad2 is even worse with iOS 7. That's a complete train wreck. But that's another story.

 

Once upon a time, a liar whined about something he did of his own accord that he wasn’t forced to do. The end.

 
numb-nuts features, like Autosave and Autoresume.

 

Enjoy living in 1983. This is how software should have always behaved.

 
And there's no way to disable them, which is the frustrating part.

 

Enjoy pretending you’re not lying.

 
Take away everything else that came with Lion and onwards, because it's junk. Utter garbage.

 

So why are you whining at all? Just shut up, reinstall Snow Leopard, and give up on the future.

 

Originally Posted by RichL View Post

Just one problem - Apple hasn't added H.265 hardware decoding to Apple TV or any of its mobile devices yet (as far as I'm aware).

 

So? Software update. It doesn’t need to be hardware decoding yet.

Originally Posted by helia

I can break your arm if I apply enough force, but in normal handshaking this won't happen ever.
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Originally Posted by helia

I can break your arm if I apply enough force, but in normal handshaking this won't happen ever.
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I have a well-specced-out 2009 iMac that ran like a dream under Snow Leopard. But with every new release of OS X Apple just keeps adding really numb-nuts features, like Autosave and Autoresume. And there's no way to disable them, which is the frustrating part.

 

Oh, btw: These are change-able in Settings.  

 

PS: One thing that DOES bother me, and I don't understand (just me being dumb, I'm sure), is when I'm involved in Safari (say), and I click on Settings, do some stuff, and Quit -- all of a sudden it slashes me over to iTunes (which I have set fullscreen in a different Space).  What is that about?  Do I have something set incorrectly in the Settings?  It's weird.  It should set me back to Safari, no?


Edited by AaronJ - 11/22/13 at 4:24am
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Originally Posted by trippy View Post
I have an issue with some software.

 

And are pretending it’s an inherent issue with said software and not just something on your machine.

 
You have bigger issues.

 

You certainly do. Grow up, please.

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Anyone struggling with slowness, spinning beach balls, etc. should start a thread on Apple's Community forum (https://discussions.apple.com/community/mac_os/os_x_mavericks?view=discussions).  Plenty of expert advice and help.  Lots of users are having problems with Mavericks but there is usually a solution.  A good place to start is by running EtreCheck (http://www.etresoft.com/etrecheck) and post the results on the Community forum.


Edited by Mateus109 - 11/22/13 at 7:51am
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My post was not about Gmail. It was about beach balls. You might want to re-read and check the context.

Just stop. If you have beach balls, you have a problem with your HDD, or some corruption in the installation of the OS or a particular App.

 

Its the OS out of the box...its your unique machine and scenario. But, much easier to whine ignorantly about, "Mavericks got problems" and blame Apple, then to deal with a complicated issue.

 

I've been working on Macs professionally for nearly 2 decades....and OS X from its first day. If I see beach balls, I know it has NOTHING to do with Apple's programming.

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I have an issue with some software.

 

You have bigger issues.

No, you have issues with your machine. Very typical of un-educated computer users to throw their hands up, blame the maker, and whine on the internet.

 

That always fixes problems.

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Okay, my apologies to everyone, sincerely. I'm using a mid 2012 MacBook Air 1.8GHz, 4GB RAM 128SSD. I and others are getting these momentary beachballs. They last only a second, and do no affect performance at least not for me. It starts after a clean install, or if I install on top of Mountain Lion. They're more  irksome than anything. I've read this over at MacRummors. It could be a minority of us that are experiencing this, but I swear to you they do exist. Some thought it was because of the Time Colaser. I just wish I knew why I'm getting them. I've never noticed them on Mountain Lion.

 

Other than that I love Mavericks. It's a move in the right  direction. I hope they add more features  that are iOS like.

 

I'm sincerely sorry. To the poster I called an A hole.....I'm sincerely sorry. And not to be redundant sincere apologies  all around. I like this forum and would like to be more active in it. My post was subjective and emotional. 

 

If you guy's give me one more chance, I promise you no more subjective and emotional posts.

 

Sincerely,

 

Slide

Take it to Apple. Before you run out of warranty.

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Oh, btw: These are change-able in Settings.  

 

PS: One thing that DOES bother me, and I don't understand (just me being dumb, I'm sure), is when I'm involved in Safari (say), and I click on Settings, do some stuff, and Quit -- all of a sudden it slashes me over to iTunes (which I have set fullscreen in a different Space).  What is that about?  Do I have something set incorrectly in the Settings?  It's weird.  It should set me back to Safari, no?

I have no idea, mate. Sounds strange to me.

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This issue is not really with Apple Mail if you really read those forums. The real issue and the more worrying issue is that Google continues to use a bastard form of IMAP which is not compatible with the IMAP standard.

Apple can't fix that bar telling Google to change to proper IMAP but considering they dislike each other now I can only suspect Google will make the problem worse.
My whole family and I have now stopped using google mail since 2 weeks ago we discovered you can't email a keynote file as an attachment to a google mail address. Google mail thinks keynote files are malicious or executable files for some reason and blocks them. I switched to icloud email long ago but my wife and kids hung onto gmail, against my advise. Google search engine is the best, yes, but everything else google does is crap and I want nothing to do with it.

Mavericks is great. The only issue I've had is computer freeze while using the new version of keynote. But I attribute this to the new iWork. It's buggy and will get fixed in the next few updates I'm sure.
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Just stop. If you have beach balls, you have a problem with your HDD, or some corruption in the installation of the OS or a particular App.

 

Its the OS out of the box...its your unique machine and scenario. But, much easier to whine ignorantly about, "Mavericks got problems" and blame Apple, then to deal with a complicated issue.

 

I've been working on Macs professionally for nearly 2 decades....and OS X from its first day. If I see beach balls, I know it has NOTHING to do with Apple's programming.

You have me confused with the original poster. I was mocking him as you are. The guy waltzes in here squawking about beach balls and demands Apple do something about it. He has no clue but makes a statement as if it is a known fact. What’s even more hilarious about these bozos is that every time an update is rumored, announced, released we get these same inane comments. “I hope this fixes my annoying bug that no one else has but I am certain everyone has experienced.” “Apple better fix such and such this time or else.” And then when their bug remains they go into a rage about “Steve is dead and Apple’s QA sucks now.” “Don’t they test this stuff before they release it.” These types become literally obsessed with their issue. They focus totally on it. They think about it all day long. They invent an entire universe of similarly minded misfits. They count Google hits. They report pages and views in Apple’s discussion forums. They start blogs and invite fellow bitchers and whiners to pile on. They threaten to expose Apple’s hidden agenda and personal vendetta against them. They claim they are moving to another platform in revenge but they keep on raging away. And they start petitions!

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Originally Posted by trippy View Post

…duibo…

 

What is a ‘duibo’? When Urban Dictionary doesn’t even have a single definition (used by one guy and his friends in one town, downvoted to oblivion), that tells me you just got the word wrong.

 

Is it a portmanteau of ‘dweeb’ and ‘guido’? I’m neither Italian nor a dweeb.

 
…changes your words from “say anything bad” to “lie”…

 

Right, because that’s when you get people defending Apple. Not what you claim.

 
…as if to suggest that Apple couldn’t possibly do anything wrong, or worse, be anything less than perfect.

 

Nice strawman. When you want to actually discuss anything whatsoever, including your original problems that only your machine is having, feel free to post again.

 

Originally Posted by lkrupp View Post
And they start petitions!

 

Five signatures down, 99,995 to go!

Originally Posted by helia

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Anyone else use Reminders?  I found that reminders work really well to keep my calendar uncluttered.  I use them as a suspense file....have around 15 categories and a total of maybe 300 reminders which pop up at the appropriate time to...remind me of stuff.  Then if it's important enough to go into a calendar I can do that.

 

The reason I ask is that since I find it such a powerful tool I naturally notice all the things that could stand improvement.  Anyone else on board with this one?  And, if so, do you find that Reminders is kind of flaky in many respects (Ex:  Completed items take a long time to move, sometimes do not move, move to the top instead of another page, and in ios7 we lost the ability to select a calendar date from a real calendar to see what's happening on that date in all categories.

 

I'd kind of like to see some work in this area as well as in Mail, which still has not recovered.

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15,000 systems administrators searching for answers likely means 150,000, even 1.5 million pissed off corporate users.

I'd be pissed off if my PC had to connect to Exchange!
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Everybody thinks their experience is typical. No one wants to admit they have no clue what’s going on. Reach out and blame somebody else is the solution?

 

Does this include the people saying that they themselves are not having problems?

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What beach balls? I've been running 10.9 Since Beta 4, runs silky smooth. Maybe you should stop taking your one (probably made up) problem and making it into something greater.

 

 

Your experience is just as anecdotal as Slide023’s — you see that, right …?

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