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6.5.2

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iTunes 7.0.2 Special Report: Screen re-draw problems

iTunes 7.0.2 Special Report: Screen re-draw problems

By November 16, 2006

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iTunes 7.0.2 (#6): Problems playing some files -- fix; Crashes/quits while library is updating -- fixes; more

iTunes 7.0.2 (#6): Problems playing some files -- fix; Crashes/quits while library is updating -- fixes; more

By November 8, 2006

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QuarkXpress 6.5.2 fixes several bugs

QuarkXpress 6.5.2 fixes several bugs

By July 26, 2006

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New and Noteworthy: Intel Core 2 Duo chips debut; iTunes Could Be Apple's 'Trojan Horse' in the Home Audio-Video; more

New and Noteworthy: Intel Core 2 Duo chips debut; iTunes Could Be Apple's 'Trojan Horse' in the Home Audio-Video; more

By July 27, 2006

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Older versions of iTunes (pre-4.9) unable to preview/view iTunes Music Store tracks (4.7.x, 4.8 users locked out of track listin

Older versions of iTunes (pre-4.9) unable to preview/view iTunes Music Store tracks (4.7.x, 4.8 users locked out of track listin

By October 14, 2005

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QuickTime 7.0.2 (#5): Vonage voicemail broken in Safari, other browsers

QuickTime 7.0.2 (#5): Vonage voicemail broken in Safari, other browsers

By October 10, 2005

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PDF files downloaded from Safari mistakenly opened with QuickTime (resulting in error, inability to read file)

PDF files downloaded from Safari mistakenly opened with QuickTime (resulting in error, inability to read file)

By July 8, 2005

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Problems watching the WWDC 2005 keynote: Possible solutions

Problems watching the WWDC 2005 keynote: Possible solutions

By June 8, 2005

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Mac OS X 10.4.1 (#13): Problems launching Classic applications; Full-screen mode freezes (cont.); more

Mac OS X 10.4.1 (#13): Problems launching Classic applications; Full-screen mode freezes (cont.); more

By June 6, 2005

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Problems with QuickTime Pro 7 and Mac OS X 10.3.x (Panther): Definitive fix

Problems with QuickTime Pro 7 and Mac OS X 10.3.x (Panther): Definitive fix

By May 3, 2005