Down for the Count with Leopard

Trick or Treat – it’s Leopard !

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Here’s what’s borked on my Mac with the Leopard upgrade (that I’m aware of) :

  • Some Flash upload sites – I use Slide Show Pro’s cms (which is awesome) and it uses a Flash interface to upload photos. That function stops working with Leopard. Work around is FTP (which dulls the convenience of a CMS somewhat) or using Windows. Adobe doesn’t mention anything on their site about issues with Flash, but the SSP folks say Adobe is aware of the problem.
  • Almost all my Alien Skin PhotoShop plug ins. No work around, crashes PS if you try to apply the filter. Alien Skin claims it’ll be December before they fix. Damn, no more goofy Gel Filters for a while.
  • AutoFX stand-alone, the apps don’t even launch. The plug-ins never worked with CS3 on Tiger so maybe they’ll fix the lot, but then again, maybe not. No mention on their web site.

There’s a very thorough review of Leopard on Ars Technica and couldn’t agree more with their review of the changes to the interface.

3 thoughts on “Down for the Count with Leopard”

  1. Update from Alien Skin, via their newsletter issued today (Nov 1-2007)

    Attention Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard users! We have identified compatibility problems with Alien Skin plug-ins and the new version of Mac OS X. Our programmers are burning the midnight oil to fix these problems as fast as we can. We will have free downloadable updaters available the week of November 19th.

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