Now THAT’S an Update! 10.5.2 released – 341 MB! - Macenstein

Now THAT’S an Update! 10.5.2 released – 341 MB!

After weeks of “It’s coming any day now” speculation, Apple has decided today’s the day, and released Leopard 10.5.2. The 341 MB monster addresses everything known to man, and yes, our “Stack List View” was included. Like every update Apple issues, The Mac OS X 10.5.2 Update is recommended for all users. Click (more) to read everything that’s changed.

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What’s included?

This update delivers several improvements for both PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs (as well as improvements provided in the Mac OS X 10.5.1 update.)

Active Directory
Addresses issues which could hinder or prevent binding Mac OS X 10.5.x clients to Active Directory domains.
Improves connection reliability and stability
Includes 802.1X improvements.
Resolves certain kernel panics.
Back to my Mac
Adds support for more third-party routers, as detailed in this article.
Improves performance of certain Apple Dashboard widgets (such as Dictionary).
Addresses an issue in which Dashboard widgets may no longer be accessible after switching to or from an account that has Parental Controls enabled.
Updates Stacks with a List view option, a Folder view option, and an updated background for Grid view.
Addresses legibility issues with the menu bar with an option to turn off transparency in Desktop & Screen Saver preferences.
Adjusts menus to be slightly-less translucent overall.
Improves iCal so that it accurately reflects responses to recurring meetings.
Addresses an issue in which a meeting may remain on the calendar after being cancelled.
Addresses stability issues related to .Mac syncing of iCal calendars.
Resolves an intermittent issue in which editing an event with attendees would cause the event to shrink and not register that the event was updated.
Addresses an issue with simultaneously-logged in accounts in which iChat sounds generated from one account might be heard in another account.
Fixes an issue in which iChat idle time is affected by Time Machine backups.
Improves connectivity when running iChat behind a router that doesn’t preserve ports.
Enables logged chats from previous versions of iChat to open faster and more reliably.
Addresses an issue with text chats in which users may be unable to receive messages from the sender.
Addresses an issue that may prevent rejoining an AIM chat room without reopening iChat.
Addresses video chat compatibility issues with AIM 6 and third-party routers.
Fixes an issue with case-sensitivity of AIM handles.
Adds support for Samsung D600E and D900i phones.
Addresses an issue in which Finder could unexpectedly quit when displaying folder contents in Column view.
Addresses an issue in which Finder could unexpectedly quit when accessing Users and Groups in a Get Info pane.
Resolves an issue that prevented setting permissions on a folder alias.
Resolves an issue in which the Eject command could write to a disc in the optical drive.
Fixes an issue in which the scroll bar might disappear when deleting a file within a folder that includes files that are out of view.
Fixes an issue in the Sharing & Permissions section of Get Info windows, in which the gear icon appears to be gray/disabled after authentication.
Addresses an issue in which the Show Icon Preview preference might not be not saved when turning it off.
Fixes an issue that could occur when trying to print an image from the Finder.
Addresses an issue with Message menu’s Mark > As Read choice.
Fixes an issue in which duplicate On My Mac folders may appear in the sidebar after upgrading to Leopard.
Improves the accuracy of the Data Detectors feature.
Resolves an issue with scrolling through a Note that is displayed using the split view in the message window.
Fixes an issue with deleting messages located in the Drafts folder.
Fixes an issue in which dragging the icon in the Safari URL field into a Mail message creates an attachment instead of a link.
Addresses an issue found when opening a item in the Notes folder that is not a Note.
Fixes an issue that may prevent RSS feeds from being delivered in Mail.
Resolves an issue in which a selected message could “flash” from blue to gray when in Organize by Thread mode.
Fixes an issue with scrolling between multiple To Dos in an email message.
Fixes an issue in which the body of email messages with certain MIME structures may not be displayed.
Improves performance with America Online (AOL) account-based messages in Mail.
Addresses issues with some ISPs during automatic set-up in Mail.
Addresses an issue in which Mail might not send mail on some networks to some SMTP servers.
Mail now automatically disables the (unsupported) third-party plugin GrowlMail version 1.1.2 or earlier to avoid issues.
Adds an option to view large icons in the Mailbox list.
Addresses a hanging issue that may occur when connecting to an AFP network volume.
Parental Controls
Improves stability when opening the Parental Controls System Preferences pane.
Fixes an issue that may prevent changes to the email address for permission requests.
Addresses an issue with printer administration for a guest account enabled with Parental Controls.
Addresses an issue with setting printer administration privileges from another Mac on the local network.
Fixes an issue that could prevent certain applications from being allowed.
Addresses accuracy issues with the web content filter.
Improves stability when scrolling through a PDF document.
Fixes an issue that prevents tabbing within a PDF document after clicking on the PDF.
Improves the Mail Document feature so that email attachments are more reliably created from Print Preview.
Addresses an issue in which remote printers may be deleted when the computer is put to sleep.
Improves printing performance when using some Microsoft Office applications.
Resolves an issue with some printing options, such as landscape orientation, number of copies, two-sided printing, and so forth that may not have functioned with some printers shared by Microsoft Windows.
Adds support for certain printers connected to the USB port of an AirPort Extreme or AirPort Express base station.
Resolves a stalling issue that could occur when installing certain Canon printing software from a disc.
RAW Image
Adds RAW image support for several cameras, as detailed in this article.
Addresses issues with Safari reliably resolving certain domains.
Login and Setup Assistant
Addresses an issue in which Setup Assistant could unexpectedly appear each time Mac OS X 10.5 starts up.
Improves stability and performance during log in.
Improves the accuracy of the grammar checker.
The computer will now shut down if an automatic disk repair does not succeed during startup.
Time Machine
Adds a menu bar option for accessing Time Machine features (the menu extra can be enabled in Time Machine preferences).
Improves backup reliability when computer name contains slash or non-ASCII characters.
Fixes an issue in which the backup disk displayed in the Finder may be out of sync with the disk chosen for Time Machine.
Addresses issues in which some external drives are not recognized by Time Machine.
The status menu now appears by default.
Improves general stability when running third-party applications.
Addresses an issue in which the incorrect search results may be displayed for certain Automator Find/Filter actions.
Addresses an issue with the Latvian and Russian keyboard layouts.
Addresses an issue in which the backlight could turn off before Energy Saver’s backlight setting.

15 Responses to “Now THAT’S an Update! 10.5.2 released – 341 MB!”
  1. Matt says:

    Mine only clocked in at 180 MB.

  2. Berzerker says:

    Same, mine is only 180MB.

  3. I guess Apple is giving me extra cool top-secret stuff. Pays to be in the press.
    (or maybe they’re forcing me to install all the foreign languages and printer drivers I opted out of before…)
    -The Doc

  4. Jonro says:

    Possibly universal instead of PC-only?

  5. I don’t see why… I am installing it on the latest Intel MacBook…
    Looks like I got the collector’s edition! I better keep it in near mint condition. I saved the package, if anyone wants it…

    -The Doc

  6. Filip says:

    I’m on Macbook rev. b and mine is also 180mb

  7. Kurt says:

    2.33GHz Macbook Pro here.. also had the 341MB patch. Guess I got all of the super secret stuff as well. Moo ha ha!

  8. Al says:

    Mine is also 180 mb… don’t care for the secret super stuff, but i wonder if I’m getting all the improvements.

    2.16 GHz Intel Core Duo Macbook Pro.

  9. Brett says:

    only 180MB on my MBP C2D 2.33GHz, and same on my iMac C2D 2.33GHz 24″

    both were already updated with all the other latest prior updates eg. 10.5.1 and all the latest security updates.

  10. Alex says:

    On a 1st gen Intel 24″ Imac here and got the whole 340mb patch. Hopefully leopard will stop forgetting my dashboard and expose settings now.

  11. Tannhauser says:

    White MacBook and 180 MB also… hum… curious…

  12. Daniel says:

    180 Mb is for the upgrade from 10.5.1 and 341 Mb from 10.5.0.

  13. Alex says:

    I was on 10.5.1 and I still had the whole 340mb

  14. GlowingApple says:

    “180 Mb is for the upgrade from 10.5.1 and 341 Mb from 10.5.0.”

    Was 180 MB on my 10.5.1 MacBook Pro and 341 MB on my 10.5.1 Mac Pro, so I don’t think it’s a 10.5.1 upgrade difference, nor an Intel vs. PPC difference.

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