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October 21st, 2015

@gparker The Mail symptoms were actually on the other Mac where both updates went smoothly.

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Mail forgot its list font, is redownloading GBs of mail, forgot its column/sort settings, and wants them re-set on each mailbox separately.

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As with 10.11.0, the 10.11.1 update never completed for me, and I ended up rebooting after it was stuck near the end for over an hour.

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@jmfd I’ve seen that, too, but it didn’t help in this case.

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@siegel Hmm. I got 7.1 installed (verified by splash screen), though the Finder’s preview column still showed 7.0.1.

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@siegel Every time I hit Cmd-R it would show progress, but only for a few seconds. Anyway, it finished.

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@czechboy0 @siegel It eventually worked for me without turning off Bots.

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@danielpunkass You set the version of Xcode in the Server app, so I think all the Bots have to use the same one.

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@siegel Indeed it does. Then goes back to offering update.

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@danielpunkass That's what I do on the main Mac. For my new build server (thanks) I was using the MAS version for ease.

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@jdriscoll Hmm, the current app is showing a progress bar even though the Mac App Store is offering the Update button again.

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Trying to update to Xcode 7.1, but after I click Update the MAS spins for a few seconds and then doesn't do anything. No error in Console.

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@bdesham l was wondering about that, too. At least the data density is a lot higher now.

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spamsieve SpamSieve 2.9.22 adds support for Mac OS X 10.11.1: c-command.com/blog/2015/10/2… (cc:@MailPlugins)

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@dominocollege My point was that it’s *not* just a few bucks per device. That 20% is least likely to know how to deal with limited storage.

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@twostraws It does that even if you don't have Live Photos enabled. :(

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@twostraws Does it fix the bug where your music/podcast stops playing when you open the camera?

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@morrick Are you saying that the relative pricing is different than before, and not just because of currency valuations?

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When Businesses Grow to Become Dysfunctional: mjtsai.com/blog/2015/10/2…

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