well it fixed my iChat problem, once i set the option...
you can fix this yourself. install XCode off the tiger disk, then spotlight Quartz Debug and run it. under the first menu should be beam syncing. turn it off, then force quit (alt+apple+esc) Debug. expose should be faster, after login.MBHockey said:Choppy exposé still not fixed
aristos said:Software Update unexpectedly quit, so I had to download and install the Delta update manually. Safari's version is, IIRC, 402.2, and the About this Mac box displays version 10.4.2, but Finder -> About Finder yields "The Macintosh Desktop Experience 10.4.1"
Anyone else seeing this, too?
This is one funny bug. My iBook was working fine on 10.4.1 - using old airport and an airport express. Reconnection was almost instant - like it was in Panther. Then I gave it to my daughter, zeroed the drive and re-installed Tiger and updated it to 4.1. It stopped connecting to the wireless network. I didn't have anything third party that may have caused it to connect or disconnect, but :-\Viro said:I never had a problem with Airport Extreme, and now after the update I have trouble joining networks (!!) when waking from sleep, something that has never happened before that was supposed to be patched in 10.4.2.
Scottfab said:Its a Safari add-on. I'll go check the Saft site to see if its updated.