5 responses

  1. Rich Lowe
    January 13, 2017

    Pretty sure 10.2.3 was out years ago. Looking forward to 10.12.3 though… ;-)

  2. R Sikes
    January 14, 2017

    Users who edited certain PDF files with the Preview app in macOS 10.12.2 experienced corruption of PDF files. In addition, PDF files created with Zipforms (used by most Realtors) were corrupted. At least 3 users who tested beta 3 of mac OS10.12.3 reported that these PDF-related bugs were fixed.

    Imminent release of a new version of macOS is welcome news. Corruption of important business-related and personal data files is a serious issue. It is a shame that Apple released macOS 12.x with such serious bugs, and even more unfortunate that it has taken so long to correct.

    Links with more information:


    • danny
      January 15, 2017

      There is no mention of fixing PDF editing in 10.12.3, suggesting that Apple has not fixed it.

      I am not sure they care. People are saying Apple has abandoned the Mac and does not care. No wonder half my office is installing Windows 10!

  3. olad
    January 14, 2017

    took a second look to see what you were talking about :-). good one.

  4. Ken
    January 15, 2017

    I’d like to see Finder and Quicklook fixes.

    With Quicklook, if you move the selection with the arrow keys, the picture isn’t always updated.

    If you rename a file or move it into a folder, most often the folder doesn’t automatically sort everything. (CMD-J, sort it another way, then sort it the way it should been.)

    Selecting items with the shift+arrow doesn’t work as it should

    Sometimes the arrow key gets stuck and won’t move.

    Yes, I reinstalled it twice.

    There are others. We don’t need a new OS every year. We don’t need a UI that looks like an extraterrestrial circus poster. We need an OS that works.

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