[quote]Originally posted by Brian Paulsen:
<strong> Address Book - geez, what a disappointment. Here I was thinking that the address book would actually use LDAP. In other words, I thought that maybe the OS would be running an LDAP server that the address book would connect to. This would make it so damn easy to transfer all the contacts to my main server.</strong><hr></blockquote>
Can't help you there, mate, sorry.
Although, Adress Book DOES support drag and drop exporting and importing, as well as exporting the information to vCards if you select more than one.
[quote]<strong> Sherlock: no google, and no customization? Thanks for nothing.</strong><hr></blockquote>
Again, can't help you there. That's an issue with you, the Sherlock development team, and maybe somebody from the co that created Watson.
[quote]<strong> Speed. This isn't a knock against Jaguar, but I don't see much of an improvement. Then again, I didn't think the speed on 10.1.5 was all that bad.</strong><hr></blockquote>
Jaguar is MUCH faster if you have 768 megs or more of RAM. RAM is cheap, so don't bitch! (too loud.) (Although I have NO right to complain about OS speed: I have a 933 G4 with a GeForce 4Ti and 1024 megs of RAM, speed has never really been an issue so I can't really relate.)
[quote]<strong> CiscoVPN doesn't work because kmodload and kmodstat weren't installed. It seems very bizarre that Jaguar was released without a way to load modules. (In fairness, perhaps they have been moved to some other directory)</strong><hr></blockquote>
Again, sorry, can't help you there. <img src="graemlins/hmmm.gif" border="0" alt="[Hmmm]" />
10.2 was an excellent upgrade, in my opinion, and judging from the lack of complaints here in the AI forums, I would say that most agree. Sorry you don't think the little tweaks in Jag plus all the huge features weren't worth it. <img src="graemlins/hmmm.gif" border="0" alt="[Hmmm]" />