Originally Posted by dwr50
It sure seems like Apple has let quality drop out of it's business plan. They seem to be following Microsoft's plan of letting customers do the flaw finding, instead of there own developers. I'm sure glad I didn't buy a new Apple computer, and I won't be buying one until they solve their quality control problems.
And, yet, when anyone does a statistical survey, Macs continue to have exceptionally high user satisfaction ratings and extremely low problem incidence. Maybe you'd do better if you based your decision on facts rather than a few loud whiners.
Originally Posted by Galley
It doesn't matter. It's happened about 30 times so far.
Hmmm. You'd think that after about the 20th time you'd figure out that it isn't working and try something else. Some people apparently don't learn.
Originally Posted by pchadwic
I've reproduced this problem on several MacPro clients and an XServe Xeon/XServe RAID server over AFPall running 10.5.3.
I wouldn't call that obscureit's all out-of the-box Apple.
Out of the box Apple? You're saying that your xServe RAID came with Adobe Photoshop CS2 AND CS3 pre-installed? Go figure.
By the way, this problem has been reported with Photoshop on Windows, as well. That kind of takes the wind out of the sails of the claims that it's all Apple's problem, doesn't it?