Mac OS X 10.3.2: What does it fix?

Posted by Pierre Igot in: Macintosh
December 21st, 2003 • 7:57 am

As usual, Apple’s own documentation regarding the changes made in Panther with the 10.3.2 is rather laconic:

Key enhancements include:

  • improved file sharing and directory services for mixed Mac and PC networks
  • more robust printing to PostScript printers
  • improved font management
  • updated Mail and Address Book applications
  • new ATI and NVIDIA graphics drivers
  • FileVault, FireWire 800, WebDAV and USB Printing improvements from Update 10.3.1
  • previous standalone security updates

The “About the Mac OS X 10.3.2 Update” document provides more information, however.

Sadly, the update doesn’t fix some of the issues that bother me most, such as the fact that messages in Mail lose their color after they’ve been replied to.

And it certainly does not fix the USB issues that I am having trouble with.

Oh well. I suppose that there needs to be something for everyone. I know that Apple is aware at least of the Mail color bug. I guess we’ll have to wait until 10.3.3 for that one — even though it’s a rather obvious one that shouldn’t have passed the beta testing stage in the first place.

Comments are closed.

Leave a Reply

Comments are closed.