If your keyboard is not working properly in OS X, there are a couple of things you can try to get it working again.
Apple's new MacBook Air leapfrogs from old Intel Core 2 Duo silicon to a fresh Sandy Bridge chip. That's a leap of two generations, and it shows in the performance.
Apple has released a couple of updates for Java 1.5 and 1.6, which tackle sandboxing errors that could lead to security and stability issues on the system.
If a background process does not launch correctly in OSX, you may see a "throttling respawn" message repeating in the system console. Here are some approaches for fixing this.
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One relatively rare problem in Snow Leopard a few people have experienced is a corruption in the Displays system preferences that results in a "do not localize" message listed in the resolution list.
Address Book's custom labels may appear out of any logical order. Though this should not affect the program's functions, it may be a bit confusing for some people.
The latest OS X 10.6.5 release has a bug in the printing system that will prevent postscript files from being printed in landscape view. This will affect many programs that handle postscript files, including those from Adobe.
A number of people have mentioned not being able to update to OS X 10.6.5, especially when they have used the standalone Combo updaters that have been found at sites like MacUpdate. After installing these updates, they have found the system still to be running OS X 10.6.4.
Apple's OS X 10.6.5 update corrects a graphics bug in the new MacBook Air systems where displays would flicker and show graphical artifacts after waking from sleep.