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MacBiXo Jul 26, 2001 01:00 PM
9.2 it's i the street
Hello!

The new PowerMac G4 (QuickSilver) it's building with Mac OS 9.2

Read more about Mac OS 9.2

http://www.softcongres.com/imatges/macbixo.jpg
 
AppleScript Jul 26, 2001 02:05 PM
Your link doesn't work.

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[ 07-27-2001: Message edited by: AppleScript ]
 
crazycylon Jul 26, 2001 08:36 PM
It worked for me.

It went to Applecare knowledge base article #58840.
 
AppleScript Jul 27, 2001 12:30 AM
When I try it, it says "Article Not Found."

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[ 07-27-2001: Message edited by: AppleScript ]
 
wANCO tHE sANE Jul 28, 2001 02:36 AM
I use an iMac and I just downloaded Mac OS 9.2 in a Hotline server. I didn't install it in my iMac since I didn't know it was real. So, I put it on a CD and had a relative put it on their G4, one of their partitions. He told me it looks like the real thing and seems a bit faster. He also says there aren't any major upgrades. From what he describes, it's just a Mac OS 9.1 for the G4.
 
Subzero Diesel949 Jul 29, 2001 12:47 AM
Anybody know if any apps are getting broken under 9.2? :confused:
 
<OS 9.2 bug> Jul 29, 2001 03:46 PM
Carbonlib 1.3.1 in Mac OS 9.2 is still a problem on certain models like iMac DV with the drag & drop feature...But this time to put Carbonlib 1.2.5 instead doesn't change anything :(
 
<Mac OS 9.2 nobug> Jul 29, 2001 05:50 PM
Sorry it was a conflict with "N2MP3 Extension"...Everything is fine !
But nothing new in Mac OS 9.2 (under classic)
 
<sPHLat> Jul 30, 2001 11:22 PM
Indeed 9.2 is out on the streets but not from any HL server. It comes with the new Quicksilvers. :D
 
Pismo400 Jul 31, 2001 10:25 AM
If 9.2 is out on the Quicksilvers, then why can't WE get it for our Macs? I have a Pismo PowerBook and I still use OS 9.1 for my classic apps. The OS plays nice with my OS 10.0.4 but still need to boot into OS 9.1 to do stuff OS X can't. Maybe OS 9.2 will be bundled with OS 10.1. I'm hoping that )S 9.2 will pop up on the Software update soon.
 
jheady Aug 2, 2001 11:50 AM
9.2 is basically the same and I don't think it is anything to go jumping for. I checked into and I have it running on 2 machines to test it. It loads a hair faster, but doesn't seem anymore stable than 9.1. The Software update in the Control Panels still doesn't work properly, so they haven't fixed all of the bugs in 9.1. Other than the initial boot speed under OS X I haven't found anything outstanding or different.

Hope it helps.
 
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